A lot of the studios seem to be pouring out reissues of films that don't really need to be redone rather than digging through their back catalogue for unreleased gems, we're given re-releases of Airplane and countless other 80's comedies or popular Superbit style titles that have already seen release umpteenth times. I wanted to start a thread for films from various studios which SHOULD be reissued, and are in dire need of new transfers and/or more expansive packages. This list can cover all existing studios. What currently unannounced films do you feel are crying out MOST for re-release? Here's my short list: - SHANE (Paramount) - THE APARTMENT (MGM) - PATHS OF GLORY (MGM) - NIGHT OF THE HUNTER (MGM) - CHINATOWN (Paramount) - THE GRADUATE (MGM) - THE BIG SLEEP (Warner) - Kurosawa Samurai 'Quadrilogy' (Criterion) - FOLLOW THAT BIRD (OAR!) - BEETLEJUICE (Warner) For me, it's mostly the older MGM titles which were done sloppily with poor transfers and for some reason, never updated since. And while not in dire need of revisiting, I'd really like to see Kubrick's early noir classics "The Killing" and "Killer's Kiss" reissued as Special Editions. But the above listed titles are among my most wanted for reissue! I wish studios like Paramount, Fox and Sony/MGM would focus more on their back catalogue of unreleased titles and the few that are in actual need of redoing rather than trying to milk consumers for the same release with 5 added minutes of footage or a bonus outtake every four months!