Highly regarded by many Euro-horror film aficionados, Young Hannah Queen of the Vampires is given an excellent, though bare-bones treatment from the folks at VCI Entertainment. The DVD's picture quality and sound are very nice and are a marked improvement over the film's previous outings on the video "gray market." There is much clarity and contrast -- especially during nighttime scenes -- which was not apparent in previous video versions. Unfortunately, there are some compression problems, but nothing too obvious. The film's color is more of a problem -- reds and blues in some scenes, though in other scenes the same colors are fine and balanced. Overall, the film looks great and the disc is without a doubt a worthy purchase for the connoisseur. The disc's two-channel Dolby Digital soundtrack is fine, with little to no separation. The picture quality is also fine. The disc contains brief bios of director Ray Danton and stars Andrew Prine, Mark Damon, and Teresa Gimpera. Unfortunately, VCI has not included any production details on the making of the film, which is a shame considering the film has a convoluted and interesting production history. Trailers for several other VCI DVD releases are also included. It should also be noted that the disc starts in chapter two with the Young Hannah main titles. But if you press chapter one on your remote, you will be able to view the alternate Crypt of the Living Dead main title.