Coming October 2nd on DVD and Blu-ray from Kino Lorber Studio Classics. Just in Time for Halloween! Both releases feature new cover art by Sean Phillips. Read the full details on the releases below! The Night Stalker (1972) with optional English subtitles • Brand New 4K Restoration! • NEW Audio Commentary by Film Historian Tim Lucas • NEW Interview with Director John Llewellyn Moxey • NEW Interview with Composer Bob Cobert • "The Night Stalker: Dan Curtis Interview" featurette • Limited Edition Booklet essay by Film critic and author Simon Abrams (Blu-ray only) • Newly Commissioned Art by Sean Phillips • Limited Edition O-Card Slipcase (Blu-ray only) Synopsis: "An investigative journalist takes a stab at the supernatural - This unforgettable first entry in the Night Stalker series introduced the world to the quirky reporter with a penchant for the paranormal and became one of the top-rated TV movies of all time. Investigating a series of Las Vegas murders, Carl Kolchak (Darren McGavin, The Night Strangler) discovers that each victim has been bitten in the neck and drained of blood. Though Kolchak's outlandish theory about the murders gets him nowhere with the police, his initiative to apprehend the killer himself gets him into hot water... with a modern-day vampire. The great John Llewellyn Moxey (Nightmare in Badham County) directed this Dan Curtis (Burnt Offerings) production featuring Carol Lynley (The Poseidon Adventure), Simon Oakland (The Hunting Party), Ralph Meeker (Big House, U.S.A.), Claude Akins (A Man Called Sledge), Charles McGraw (The Narrow Margin), Kent Smith (The Spiral Staircase), Elisha Cook Jr. (I Wake Up Screaming) and Larry Linville (TV’s M*A*S*H). Teleplay by legendary sci-fi/horror writer Richard Matheson (The Incredible Shrinking Man)." The Night Strangler (1973) • Brand New 4K Restoration! • NEW Audio Commentary by Film Historian Tim Lucas • NEW Interview with Composer Bob Cobert • "Directing 'The Night Strangler'" Featurette and more Synopsis (via Blu-ray.com): "Reporter Kolchak (Darren McGavin) searches Seattle for a killer who seems to be strangling his victims every 20 years and taking a little of their blood. Starring Darren McGavin, Simon Oakland, Scott Brady, Margaret Hamilton, and John Carradine."