As AS GOOD AS IT GETS is still available through TT, I imagine Columbia thinks the titles have already reached saturation on DVD. I do think BODY DOUBLE, grandmother of the "erotic thriller" along with DRESSED TO KILL, will move a few units.
I've never been able to get through THE ONLY GAME IN TOWN but to each his own. I doubt THE DISAPPEARANCE has been shown anywhere since Cinemax circa 1983. I recall it being pretty lifeless, but perhaps time has been kind. There's talk on the IMDb of a director's cut (Stuart Cooper made the well-regarded OVERLORD, and no further features after this) but I don't know what TT has. It doesn't seem to have a Fox or Sony connection unless the rights have changed.
None of this is quite accurate re The Disappearance. It was a Z Channel exclusive in Stuart's director's cut. However, what has been ascertained is that the only difference between his initial cut and the film as released in the UK and which will be on the Blu-ray, is in the first eleven minutes of the film - and his cut of those first eleven minutes will be on the Blu-ray - otherwise the film is exactly the same in both cuts. What is vastly different is the film as released in the US by World Northal - that was the bastard child - cut down to eighty minutes with a synthesizer score by Craig Hundley. That makes linear that which wasn't and it's purportedly awful. I just came from a meeting with Stuart and the Twilight Time guys - I've been doing other projects with him (we're doing the Overlord soundtrack and also the soundtrack from The Disappearance, which is by Robert Farnon (with a little Ravel) - and also the soundtrack for the film Stuart made AFTER The Disappearance, which is called Hustle.
The Disappearance is a kind of lost gem, much like Rapture. No, it doesn't have quick editing and hurried pacing - it is a measured romantic thriller with a great cast and it looks amazing on Hi-Def, shot by the brilliant John Alcott. Highly recommended to those who like a little something off the beaten track. And there will be a lot of nice extras, too.