The drought is over, and it freaks me out!
At long last, one of the greatest, most deranged Hollywood films ever made makes its DVD debut: Fox has announced a special edition of Russ Meyer's Beyond the Valley of the Dolls will hit the streets on June 13th. This was rumoured to be a Criterion release at some point, but the bells and whistles seem to be Criterionian enough; several featurettes and trailers, plus a long-awaited feature length audio commentary by the film's co-author, Roger Ebert. This is a no-brainer. Now all I need is the original cut of Blade Runner, the 1966 mindblower The Oscar and a box set of vintage clips from Sesame Street and then I can stop buying DVDs.