You see - I know we live in times when we want everything NOW - but sometimes waiting is very sweet. Tonight I saw the Subversive R1 DVD of Freakmaker (personally I prefer the title The Mutations, but the writer/producer likes Freakmaker so.....) and it was really a joy. This is a fantastic little film with an odd blend of Hammeresque moments with a mix of the grotesque to go along with it. The plot should be familiar to everyone, so it just leaves me to say that Tom Baker is excellent, as is Donald Pleasence. As a homage to Todd Brownings Freaks it works wonderfully, but it also serves as a good slice of - for want of a better word - subversive 70's British cinema. It sure is a little uncomfortable at times, but of course, that's kind of the point. The subversive disc is great - poster, lobby cards, the disc is stacked with extras. The almost half hour featurette is outstanding. All in all - a very worthwhile film and disc. As I say, sometimes waiting is sweet - and having seen this now, and knowing I can revisit it whenever I want, is a joy. Recommended.