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Remember the shelves of your local video store? Those days aren't gone! Reject reality and substitute your own with Arrow Video! In 1983, entrepreneurial producer and director Charles Band founded Empire International Pictures, which would go on to make some of the most memorable and beloved genre movies of the 1980s. Empire became a mainstay of video stores across the world with their catchy titles, outlandish art and Band's wholehearted belief in giving audiences a good time. Freshly restored for the digital era with a wealth of new and archival extras, these films have never looked better. No need for a time machine, these golden age video classics will send you back to the 80s!LIMITED EDITION CONTENTS- High Definition Blu-ray (1080p) presentations of all five films - Optional English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing - Limited edition packaging featuring newly commissioned artwork by Laurie Greasley - Reversible sleeves featuring original and newly commissioned artwork by Ilan Sheady - Double sided posters for each film featuring original and newly commissioned artwork by Ilan Sheady - 15 postcard-sized reproduction artcards - Arrow Video store "membership card" - 80-page perfect bound book featuring new writing on the films by Lee Gambin, Dave Jay, Megan Navarro, and John Harrison plus select archival materialDISC ONE - THE DUNGEONMASTER- New 2K restoration by Arrow Films from the original negative - Three different versions of the film via seamless branching: the US theatrical version, the pre-release version and the international version - Original lossless mono audio - New audio commentary and interview with star Jeffrey Byron - Theatrical trailers - Image galleryDISC TWO - DOLLS- New 2K restoration by Arrow Films from the original interpositive - Original lossless stereo audio - New audio commentary by David Decoteau - Archive audio commentary with director Stuart Gordon and writer Ed Naha - Archive audio commentary with cast members Carolyn Purdy-Gordon, Stephen Lee, Carrie Lorraine, and Ian Patrick Williams - new interview with editor Lee Percy - archive featurette with Gordon, Yuzna, Purdy-Gordon, Williams, Brian Yuzna, Charles Band and Gabe Bartalos - Film-to-storyboard comparison - Theatrical trailers - Image galleryDISC THREE - CELLAR DWELLER- Additional picture restoration by Arrow Films - Original lossless stereo audio - New audio commentary by and interview with special make-up effects artist Michael Deak - new appreciation of director John Carl Buechler by film critics Matty Budrewicz and Dave Wain - Original sales sheet - Original production notes - VHS trailer - Empire Pictures trailer reel - Image galleriesDISC FOUR - ARENA- New 2K restoration by Arrow Films from the last known surviving 35mm elements - Original lossless stereo audio - New audio commentary with director Peter Manoogian - Alternative fullframe presentation - new interview with co-screenwriter Danny Bilson - New interview with special make-up effects artist Michael Deak - Theatrical trailer - Image galleryDISC FIVE - ROBOT JOX - New 2K restoration by Arrow Films from the original negative - Original lossless stereo audio - Archive audio commentary with director Stuart Gordon - Archive audio commentary with associate effects director Paul Gentry, mechanical effects artist Mark Rappaport, and stop-motion animator Paul Jessell - New interview with actor Gary Graham - new Interview with actor Anne-Marie Johnson - New appreciation of stop motion animator David Allen by those who knew him, featuring contributions from fellow visual effects artists Steve Burg, Yancy Calzeda, Paul Gentry, Kevin Kutchaver, Dennis Muren and John Vincent - archival interview with actor Paul Koslo - Original sales sheet - Original production notes - Theatrical trailer - Image galleries