I recently got the urge to see Fritz Lang's "M", it's one of those movies that I have always wanted to see but never came around to pick it up. I knew that Criterion had released a DVD of the movie so i persumed it's bound to be te definite version - but after reading a few reviews of the disc it seemed I was wrong. Apparently the video quality on the DVD if below par and there are no extras. There is a German DVD out that is suposed to be much better, but it hasnt got any english subtitles... Things looked bad.. BUT! I happened to run across news of a new DVD edition thats on the way in the UK. It's being released October 6 by EurekaVideo and judging by the specifications it looks like this one will be a winner! Disc One - (with fully animated menus) "M" - Feature: German with English Subtitle Selection Full length Audio Commentary Digital Restoration Documentary - Peter Campbell Disc Two - (with fully animated menus) Audio interview: Peter Bogdanovich with Fritz Lang Fritz Lang" Documentary "Lending Order to Horror" Visual Essay by R.Dixon Smith Film Restoration and Comparison - Martin Koerber and Torsten Kaiser Photo Gallery with animated slideshow . Posters, Theatrical Programs . . . Set Designs and final Screen comparisons Animated Biographies, Historical backgrounds . . Hope this one will turn out to have as good an audio/video presentation (or better :banana: ) as the german version, then this will be the definite one!