Again with the word "classics", the most overused word in the budget DVD lexicon. As a general rule of thumb, it should probably be translated as meaning little more than 'old', and such is the case here, with nothing made after the last time England won the World Cup. Mind you, this does come from AMC; the channel's name supposedly stands for 'American Movie Classics', but looking at their schedule over the next few days, the films they're playing include Fletch Lives, An American Werewolf in Paris, and City Slickers II. Their definition of 'classic' clearly extends to include crap sequels. They also interrupt their films for commercials, and edit them for content, so are basically no better than a network channel
At least AMC go a little off the beaten path with Jesse James Meets Frankenstein's Daughter. However, there are big differences between alleged + actual running times: Dementia 13 claims 81 minutes, and runs 75. While a dumb mistake, that's tolerable, since it still seems uncut. However, both the box and the Internet Movie Database say Frozen Alive should be 81 minutes long - but it's only 63 here, and thus presumably a badly-hacked print. [I note with interest the plot outline on the box is also copied word-for-word from the IMDB!]
Of course, at the price, it seems churlish to complain, but it's really a question of truth in advertising. We're still being misled, regardless of the cost, and that's no encouragement to buy other volumes in the set. Of the four films, the only one we'd whip out again is Jesse James Meets Frankenstein's Daughter, purely for its high cheese value. The Elite DVD (with a Joe-Bob Briggs commentary) is out of print and it's a title that doesn't crop up in box-sets much - you can buy it alone, but it's no cheaper, has no extra features that way, and will occupy as much shelf-space. I'd be inclined to wait for Jesse to appear with a better selection of co-features.