I was a a store today(can't say which) & found a copy of Dressed to Kill one week before it's release date for only $15 While i have'nt watched the movie yet(will soon when i have time),but did skim through the extras. This is a great set & well worth the $$$. The best part about it & this is where the studios need to pay close attention is MGM did the smart/right thing and included BOTH the R & Unrated versions While certain studios are more uptight that others(you know who you are) & just will not release unrated movies aka the Director's Cut(sounds nicer to), i got a idea from looking at the packaging of the movie. While dual rated discs have been released before & yes i have seen them at the dreaded Blockbu$ter & Wal-mart ect even with it clearly labeled R & Unrated versions included on the packaging! Still most studios won't budge & only release the censored & even have the disrespect to release so called S.E.'s of censored movies(again you know who you are!). Since your'eso scared at releasing anything that states Unrated/Uncut/NC-17 ect anywhere on the packaging & hide behind pointless "rules" prohibiting there releases which is really childish i might add. Heres a "solution"......... Why not have the unrated version as a special feature since they're not rated anyway ifyou're so scared to state it's unrated on the packaging? On the Dressed To Kill box,it's offically rated R-yet in the feautures list says Unrated version option! + you could also do what MGM has been doing to plenty of there cult titles by releasing the uncensored versions of the movie(s) yet put a R or whatever it's officially rating was on the packaging & walla you don't have to worry about BB ect not carrying the titles? Fans are happy,the true version of the movie can be seen & everyones happy!! So come on already- Paramount stop making excuses for not releasing the unrated versions of the Friday The 13th series, My Bloody Valentine,Hellraiser 3,Jade,Sliver ect. Miramax with Scream + any & all of there other censored movies. WB with NBK-yes a directors cut was released(by another studio) thank god since it's a much better version. But what if that goes OOP & Trimark looses the rights? Then the fans are out of luck & stuck with the heavily edited R rated version. Also Eyes Wide Shut-without those dam "digital" figures,this could easily still be R rated!. Give us the uncut version already!! That goes for all studios as well. Support uncut/uncensored(aka director's cut since it may sound better) releases & start including both versions at the very least on the disc(for comparisons sake).