Decided to kill two birds here with this thread (don't tell PETA) This year marks the anniversaries for both the original 70's Disaster film, Airport and the 90's cult classic Empire Records. Do you think that Shout could/will do a big 50th Anniversary release for Airport and it's sequels? Last year they did a great job on Earthquake (1974) and prior to that with the two Disasteresque films Rollercoaster (1977) and Two-Minute Warning (1976) as well. I've been a fan of Airport and the other Disaster classics of the 70's since I saw the AMC documentary BOOM! Hollywood's Greatest Disaster Movies back in 2000. Once upon a time Universal would of easily released a Collector's Edition of this blockbuster, but times have changed since the late 1990's through the 2000's though. I'm beyond grateful that Shout Factory has been the godsend that are and they're still acquiring as much of Universal's library as they can so that it doesn't silently rot away. This year also happens to be the 25th Anniversary of Empire Records, a fun 90's film with a fantastic soundtrack as well. It's become one of my all time favorite films since I learned about from watching a VH1 special called The 100 Greatest One Hit Wonders back in 2002 hosted by William Shatner that featured the song A Girl Like You by Edwyn Collins in the countdown which was in said movie. This film like many other Warner Bros titles (cough Beetlejuice cough Poltergeist) has been neglected long enough in getting the treatment it rightfully deserves. Shout would be the company that can give fans what they've been wanting for years. I really don't want Warner to release it themselves and it end up being an Archive release.