This catalog release from Paramount is typical of this studio's approach toward most of their DVD product: high on quality but skimpy on supplements. The best element of this edition of Captain Kronos: Vampire Hunter is its transfer: the image quality is spotless and rich with color and detail while the mono soundtrack manages to be quite powerful despite its non-stereo limitations. In the area of extras, there is a commentary with writer/director Brian Clemens and star Caroline Munro: this track suffers from the occasional dull spot (Clemens sometimes falls into the trap of parroting the on-screen action) but both participants show a contagious enthusiasm for their work and their reminisces yield a few nice tidbits. Other than this commentary, the disc has no other features - not even a trailer, which is a common problem with Paramount discs. This skimpiness is disappointing but fans will be thankful that the studio invested in the commentary, which adds some welcome context to the film. All in all, Paramount's edition of Captain Kronos: Vampire Hunter could have added a few more frills for the fans who will inevitably be its main audience but it's still a good way to acquainted with this cult favorite.