This has been bothering me for a while now. For whatever reason, Paramount has, as of late, been butchering the original cover artwork of many of it's beloved catalog titles. Look at these... or this... and who can forget these... They used to use the original artwork 95% of the time, but now, on almost every catalog title, they're changing it. They change the classic artwork on films like The Bad News Bears, but keep it for The Accused. What gives? The new artwork looks very cheap. I hope they don't consider changing the cover art to April Fool's Day, Don't Look Now, My Bloody Valentine, as well as the upcoming Friday the 13th films whenever they are released. All of which had iconic artwork, within their respective genre. Paramount, why has the policy apparently changed regarding original artwork?