It's halloween and Angela is throwing a party, but this is no ordinary spook bash. Everyone's headed to Hull House, a deserted funeral home with a shocking secret in its past and something evil alive in its basement. Now the guests are becoming possessed, and this party's treats include tongue ripping, eye gouging, gratuitous nudity and more. Welcome to the blowout where all hell is breaking loose: You're invited to NIGHT OF THE DEMONS! IMAGE- Anchor Bay has given us a REALLY REALLY nice widescreen 1.85:1 image here and it looks awesome for its age. It simply blows the old shitty vhs away and any other format fans have seen the film on. The image is so clear that there are some new noticeable things that i've never noticed before that even director points out in the commentary(demon Jay's eyes squirting out blood when he speaks to Judy). There are a few speckles through out and some SLIGHT grain here and there but it is never too bad at all. Flesh tones look nice as well as the film's other colors. The party scenes appear a little soft and smear a little but this is how they've always appeared apparently. Everyone should be very pleased with the quality of this transfer. Id give it an A- AUDIO- NOTD is presented in 2.0 ultra stereo and it sounds great. The audio is always crystal clear and easy to understand with no popping, hissing or other defects. The bass sounds really nice whenever we hear the demonic growls from Angela and during the party scenes with the rock songs there are some nice surround moments as well as with the demon awakening in the basement. EXTRAS- Anchor Bay has treated us with some nice extras here!! The biggest and the best is the commentary track with director Kevin Tenny, executive producer Walter Josten and producer Jeff Geoffray. This track is extremely good and there is practically never a dull moment. They cover a lot of info about the actors, troubles with the mpaa, and the films openings. They all seem very proud with it and tell us how everyone gave fantastic reviews about it. Next up we have a documentary titled MY DEMON NIGHTS which is basically a 14 minute interview with actress Linnea Quigley. She offers a lot of interesting facts as well and what her experience was like working with some of the actors. Very cool. Last we get a bunch of advertisement features which consist of a theatrical trailer, a video trailer, a promo video, and 3 tv spots. This disc is definitely worth it and everyone needs to go pick up a copy!!!