I was in the local retailer yesterday looking for a discount DVD, and just for the hell of it I went through the new release shelves. I saw Jaws 30th and Casino SE out early and I thought "Great! I won't have to make a special trip elsewhere to pick them up". Then I saw that they stocked only the foolscreen versions, so I asked an employee if they had the widescreens available. I was told that it was a mistake made by a supervisor. I don't fully believe that- boxes of DVDs clearly say when they are supposed to be put out on the floor for sale. Was this a sneaky way by retailer to push foolscreen on to impatient customers who didn't want to wait for the proper release day? Thoughts? Opinions? Post Edited by Administrator - Please Do Not Name the Retailer that breaks Street Dates.