Over at DVD File they posted this exciting news: "Hitting DVD on July 6th are a spate of suspense favorites from Hollywood's golden era:The Big Clock, Black Angel, Criss Cross, This Gun For Hire, [and] a reissue of Billy Wilder's Double Indemnity" All these films are excellent and I'm only sorry that The Glass Key (1942) and Night Has a Thousand Eyes (1948) seem to have been left out. The Big Clock in particular is well worth re-appraising and has fantastic cinematography by John Seitz, who also lensed This Gun for Hire and Double Indemnity. Today it's mainly remembered as being based on the same novel that was adapted into No Way Out (1987), the superior Pentagon-based thriller starring Kevin Costner and Gene Hackman. Apart from the basic premise they are two very different animals however and can be enjoyed quite separately. I for one am really looking forward to these. Time to update Herb kane's list again (thankfully)!