In the Wall Street Journal article about Paramount stepping up their DVD releases had a line that I don't believe. It said "Other studios having run out older A-list and B-list titles,". There are a number of titles that have never been on home video or only videocassette. To name a few, the Dark Shadows movies, Futureworld, Asylum, Tales From the Crypt(movie), Vault of Horror, Starcrash, Grand Prix, Wheelers Dealers, Boys Night Out, Live A Little Love a Little, Move Over Darling, Planet of the Apes sequels, 50's sci-fi films like Deadly Mantis, Boris Karloff-Bela Lugosi films like Black Cat and The Raven, and the St Valentines Day Massacre. I'm sure that others can think of others that I haven't. As a mass-media device I don't believe DVD will ever surpass videocassettes in the number of films released. Not to mention the vast number of TV movies studios own. Instead of new releases, we get Jaws for the 5th time. Innumerable editions of the Matrix and new Mummmy series. I decided to wait for the new and improved Spiderman 2. If studios don't want to release titles, then why don't they make them available to third-party producers like Anchor Bay and Image Entertainment. I like the work that Warner does but I would like to strangle them and other companies that do not license films. Why leave a film sitting in the vault if someone else wants to release it?There's no risk to the studios at all.