Is it a certainty that Anchor Bay's DVD didn't include SD inserts? I seem to recall the source of that transfer being pretty rough looking, though it's been a while since I watched it. Michael Felsher of Red Shirt Pictures has recalled in his Facebook chats that Anchor Bay had struggled to locate a film element for Hell Night, so it sounds like Shout! Factory ran into the same issue. After Starz got swallowed up by Lionsgate, I'm not sure that there's anyone left at Anchor Bay for them to speak with, either. To be fair, it's not just Shout! Factory, either. Some films just aren't protected as well as they should be. On films like Manhunter and Silent Night, Deadly Night, Shout! Factory simply ran into the same issues Anchor Bay previously had when the DVDs were released. Arrow had to resort to a 4:3 laserdisc to get the unrated footage for Hellraiser III, and their recent Season of the Witch Blu-Ray features SD inserts from a tape master for the longer cut. Vinegar Syndrome had to source a few minutes worth of footage from a VHS workprint for The Undertaker. Scorpion Releasing found additional footage for Don't Go in the House, but it had a censored audio track and Humongous had to be patched together. '84 Entertainment used SD inserts for Tourist Trap after both 88 Films and Full Moon released it incomplete. Mondo Macabro had to get SD inserts for A Lizard in a Woman's Skin.