Been watching some old VHS tapes over the past few evenings. Started on Saturday night when a friend was talking about the line in "Poltergeist" about smelling the mimosa, coming from some movie he had a distant memory of as a child. He was gobsmacked and delighted when I dug out that very movie to watch there and then, namely "The Uninvited", a cracking 1944 haunted house yarn starring Ray Milland. My mate was bowled over by how well it had held up, and still delivered the chills. Dug out another from the same era to show him, also with Ray Milland - "Alias Nick Beal" with Milland as the Devil chasing the soul of a political candidate. Well, these two vintage fantasies really did whet my appetite, and over the past few days I've watched the following classic ghost/fantasy movies: I Married A Witch / The Innocents / Flesh and Fantasy / The Ghost Goes West. Checked Amazon for these but none were listed as available on DVD. Does anybody know if any of them are available on shiny disc anywhere in the world? These are the kind of great vintage spooky movies BBC2 and Channel 4 used to show late Saturday nights after the pubs had emptied, but which seem to have bitten the dust along with most other late night screenings of B&W movies on UK TV. One could compile an equally extensive list of Fim Noir classics that used to be a late night telly staple, but never get a TV airing these days (Oh for "The Big Clock" on DVD!). Anyway, who wants to watch a great movie when we can watch "documentaries" of paralytic Brits chucking up in Ibiza? I have a few of these B&W gems on DVD such as "The Ghostbreakers", "The Ghost and Mrs Muir", "Dead of Night" and "Portrait of Jennie", but I'll be hanging on to many VHS tapes of this type until (if) they see the light of day on DVD. Be interested to know if anyone has any knowledge of stuff of this type on disc.