Our favorite bad movie archivists and historians, Code Red, look to be growing comfortably under their new tenure with BCI. First news they are working on non-Code Red supplements like the superior schlub slasher, FINAL EXAM, and now they are issuing their first official double disc set [following their Best Buy exclusive second disc on THE DEAD PIT] with August 19th's THE UNSEEN. It's a slasher with a retarded farm boy as the killer, and with that role played by Flounder from ANIMAL HOUSE, it sounds like the least scary film ever made. Fear not though; it's directed by Danny Steinmann, the man who made handicap horror somewhat of an art form after the handicap sister rape in SAVAGE STREETS and the mentally challenged axing in FRIDAY THE 13TH: A NEW BEGINNING. Steinmann's unfortunately absent from the special features, but he's about the only one with Code Red's massive two disc set for the 1981 film. Here's the lowdown on the features: DISC ONE Brand New Anamorphic 16x9 transfer from the original IP Audio Commentary with Producer Tony Unger and star Stephen Furst moderated by Lee Christian. On camera interview with co-stars Furst and Doug Barr Still Gallery Original Trailer Code Red Trailer DISC TWO On camera interview with make up effect supervisor Craig Reardon. On camera interview with Make up effect legend and the film's writer Tom Burman. Make up test slides, sketches and behind the scenes stills from Craig Reardon's personal collection. Retro slashers coming to DVD is always a momentous occasion, but with two discs of Code Red love, August 15th can't come soon enough! The MSRP is $24.98, so get saving.