The Doctor knows what's wrong: "You love the sickness, the torment, the horror," says the host of Asylum for Shut-Ins
, the cable-access horror-movie clip show that ran in Cleveland from 1987 to 1992 and lives on as a cult phenomenon. "I have the cure for what you need: Video psychotherapy. Follow me into the darkness." Assuming chatter from a puppet and looped clips of exploding heads make you feel better, the long-awaited DVD of two new episodes is just what the Doctor ordered.