Of the films that haven't been announced as of yet, which films do you want to see in glorious 1080p more than anything else? Mine are: 1. Night of the Living Dead (I want a terrific version of the original and the remake). 2. A Universal Monsters boxset (the be all and end all set with ALL of the films...such as House of Frankenstein, Werewolves of London, Draculas Daughter, etc). 3. The Nightmare on Elm Street boxset that we should already have in our collections by now. The sequels need to be remastered with multiple commentary tracks for each film. 4. Brazil (Criterion) - The DVD's are magnificent as far as PQ and extras, just needs to be ported over. 5. Pulp Fiction - remastered with commentary. Arguably one of the best movies in the 90's. Once the Miramax dust settles, this disc needs to be done. 6. In The Mouth of Madness - wishful thinking on my part. I would love an improved transfer from the DVD with commentary from Carpenter/Neill. 7. The Ring (hold your groans). This film (with the help of above average acting and an incredible soundtrack) still works well to this day. Despite the fact that most younger generations have no idea what VHS is/was, the flick can still scare the hell out of you. 8. The Game. Due to Mr. Douglas' unfortunate medical situation, it's not impossible to think that the studios will capitalize on this situation by releasing some of his best work. IMO, this is his best film. 9. The Big Lebowski (the dude abides). Release the damn movie already. 10. The James Bond Collection. Don't wait until the next Daniel Craig film gets green lit before releasing the rest of the classic films on blu-ray. Then release an Ultimate Set for those who haven't purchased the individual films to coincide with the next film. And finally, restore the original 1984 classic "The Terminator" The current blu-ray is a disgrace. You look at the attention that T2 received over the years...give the original the love and care it needs.