Granted, our interest is always going to sway to the major-studio films that have yet to appear on DVD, but I am amazed that no one here has mentioned the release of two long-sought cult films of the '70's, Just Jaeckin's THE STORY OF O, and Proctor & Bergman's J-MEN FOREVER. I did not know J-MEN FOREVER had even been released until its producer Stuart Shapiro put the darned thing in my hot little hand! Well, here's what I can gather on these unseen discs. J-MEN FOREVER is on Shapiro's Cult DVD label (cultdvd.com), and is being distributed by Eclectic DVD (eclecticdvd.com), the same good people making sure the Canadian special edition of BLACK CHRISTMAS can be obtained in America. It is mastered from a digitally corrected video source, and has new interviews both with Phil Proctor and Peter Bergman of Firesign Theatre, but also with George Wallace, the orginal Commando Cody. I cannot find a label on THE STORY OF O, but it is a legitimate release from Canada, and it features a commentary by Just Jaeckin, and both the U.S. English and the longer French versions of the film. Apparently, many sellers on eBay have been "advance selling" this DVD, which streeted just yesterday. Anyone else have more info, or reviews on these? I think cult movie fans would like to know.