Scorpion Releasing issued an interesting statement on its Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/scorpionreleasinginfo "Due to the dismal BluRay sales (most selling 600 or less) of the titles that had been out before numerous times on DVD, and the fact that the DVDs of some of these BluRay titles sold much better (DEATHSHIP, TOMBOY to name a few) , Any titles falling into this category, I will only press 1,000 (1,200 on the more popular ones) BluRays and sell them as limited editions. Now, since I don’t have an outlet to sell direct yet, these new Limited Edition Blu-Rays will be sold by Code Red on their website, as he seems to have found a much more successful mode for selling catalog BluRays than I have selling them through retail outfits. (now I can see why Twilight Time went with this business approach)" I didn't copy his entire post because I think you should click on the link and see for yourself. But I think it's very interesting for a topic of discussion. He seems to imply that dvds are still the better bet in terms of getting product into stores. Now, just last week I made a (rare) visit to the local Wal-Mart and encountered a paucity of Blu-ray titles. Not only that, but as far as cardboard displays and other promotions, it seemed like Wal-Mart was really pushing for DVD sales and that the Blus were treated as back-burner items. I mean, it's almost like, to them, that Blu-rays barely exist. Now Scorpion has been supplying us with a lot of late night 1980s HBO fodder, schlock, camp (and even the occcasional A-list title). You say you either love them or hate them, but everyone has at least one guilty pleasure among Scorpion's back catalog. I don't expect most of these to sell in huge quantities, but it's saying something when stuff with a good-sized fan base can't even shift much more than 1,000 units. I'm glad he's going the direct route, really. At this point, I'm saying to hell with Wal-Mart; all they were trying to sell was Frozen and a bunch of re-issued tv shows that we've all owned for the past ten years. If Scorpion wants to join TT in direct sales, that's fine with me; I'll be buying.