I just got Anchor Bay's VIOLENT CITY, a minor cult film from 1970 starring Charles Bronson that happens to be one I like. Because the DVD contains the "complete, uncut version" of the film which includes dialogue that was never dubbed into English, the soundtrack switches annoyingly from English to Italian in the middle of several scenes, with English subtitles appearing during those portions of the dialogue. Anchor Bay has done this before, more successfully (IMHO) when whole scenes, rather than portions of several scenes, are affected. Unfortunately, Anchor Bay subtitled the Italian dialogue sections but did not produce complete English subtitles for the whole film, such that you'd be able to watch the whole thing in Italian with subtitles for a more consistent effect. The option is to use closed-captioning, but this too produces an inconsistent effect that gets in the way of enjoying the movie. Otherwise, VIOLENT CITY has a clean transfer with some interesting extras.