Glad you liked the movie J Riff
For the record, I eventually picked up a copy of The Time travelers on DVD through Monsters In Motion. But quickly realised that this was a midpoint and that they had acquired it from elsewhere.
I eventually traced the origins of this DVD to a company called Retroflicks, which specialised in releasing old, very rare films (which is what I really love to get my hands on). I picked up a few from them (including ones like The Tunnel and The Three Wierd Sisters) and became a regular customer.
And then, suddenly one day, the website was gone......no explanation...nothing.
Whether they just went out of business or they were working on the shadier sides of the tracks I will never know. Their products were very good but, sadly, are no more. Still, I got a few rarities in my time as a customer there.
I may seem a bit strange to some but I have this great urge not only to own but to preserve for posterity all those cinematic oddities that shaped my views on the world and filled my younger days with the love and wonder I still possess for film and Science Fiction in particular. One of my treasured posessions is a DVD of an old Italian film called The Mechanical Man, It was made in the 1920s and only 26 minutes of it still exist.....but it's wonderful to watch and mine to preserve.
Now if only somebody would release Damnation Alley on DVD...........
Time to take my medecine methinks