Looking for a back-catalog title that you can make a lot of money on? Take another look at ALTERED STATES. Specifically the director's cut that you previewed. It was just under three hours as I recall, with an abundance of wild and insane footage that made an audience of 900 people howl in their seats. Ken Russell knew how to provoke a reaction, and if his longer version were to be seen today in all its glorious political incorrectness, it would provoke an even bigger reaction. A documentary might even outshine the film. It's history how, so why not let all the on-set conflicts be discussed openly. Making this film was like fighting a war. Celebrate it. Dig up some of the TV interviews where Paddy Chayefsky had his say. Try to locate some footage of Blair Brown's agent at the preview, looking as if he's about to have a stroke at what he's just seen. Invite the director to entertain us further with a commentary. Encourage the actors to fight it out all over again in a commentary of their own. Controversy sells DVD's.