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As Scream Factory continues to release features-packed restored editions of missing horror classics like The Nest, From Beyond, and Lifeforce, other great genre pics are either going out of print altogether (Ten Out-of-Print Horror Flicks to Make You Drool) or just languishing in lackluster standard-dvd Hell. What movies should Scream Factory, Blue Underground, or other classic horror Blu-ray houses scoop up next? Here are ten classic horror flicks that are still missing from the HD revolution. (Note: After much consideration, David Lynch’s Mulholland Drive and Bong Joon-ho’s Memories of Murder, while amazing and definitely in need of domestic HD releases, were deemed not “horrific enough” in the traditional horror movie sense. They’d be day-one pre-orders on Blu-ray, but aren’t as “pure horror” as these ten.)

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