Peckinpah's gut-wrenching film noir has slowly but surely found an audience on DVD. A small minority, like me and Benicio Del Toro, consider it one of the best films ever made. Every home should have a copy of BRING ME THE HEAD OF ALREDO GARCIA. Evidently, the Japanese understand and appreciate this film better than English-speaking audiences. It's been given the special edition treatment in Japan: Description Rerelease of Sam Peckinpah's 1974 classic featuring digital remastering based off of a new print. Includes bonus CD with original soundtrack, replica pamphlets and flyers from the initial release, and 16-page booklet. Edition Details Running Time: 112mins. Data Format: DVD Video NTSC Format Aspect Ratio(s): 16:9 LB Vista Regional Encoding: 2 Encoding: MPEG-2 Subtitles: Japanese Audio Track : English: 2.0ch English: 5.1ch Japanese: The link is here: http://www.cdjapan.co.jp/(simple)/detailview.html?KEY=KIBF-342 What are the chances of MGM releasing this in states?