I haven't seen this in ages but have fond memories of it playing on the late-night, TV chiller show years ago. Started searching around online for it, and found that it is available as a download from movieberry.com. The good news is you can download and burn to disc, and the print they have looks real nice. You can download a free preview and watch about a minute to see the quality. The only thing stopping me from purchasing is that, to join the site, you pay a buck to register (ninety-nine cents, actually), and then, after 24 hours, the site automatically bills your credit card $34.95 per month. You can can download films in the 24 hours and then cancel your registration to avoid the $34.95 charge, but I'm worried that if their customer service dept. doesn't process the cancellation in time, I'll get charged the monthly rate. I've done this drill with other sites before, and usually things go smoothly, but I'm a bit hesitant to take the plunge and possibly set myself up for a hassle. If I can find 2 or 3 other films that I want, then I'd join for a month and pay the 35 bucks. Anyway, if you're interested in the film, check the sample at the link below. As I said, quality is very nice.
BTH at movieberry