Oh please let it be true!: http://www.blu-ray.com/news/?id=3886 "In a recent interview for Reel Time (a programme on the CineMagic XM radio channel), Peter Jackson said he is currently restoring his "early films" for release on Blu-ray. No specific titles were mentioned, but Jackson was probably referring to his three first movies, which have become cult favorites in their own right: 'Bad Taste', 'Meet the Feebles' and 'Braindead' (also known as 'Dead Alive'). The interview will replay on CineMagic (XM Ch. 76) today at 9 am ET and 11 pm ET. Credit goes to Adam Tyner at DVD Talk." I hope SE DVDs will be made too. Also in related Peter Jackson Blu-Ray news... http://www.blu-ray.com/news/?id=3884 "New Line Home Entertainment, in conjunction with Warner Home Video, will release 'The Lord of the Rings: The Motion Picture Trilogy' on Blu-ray on April 6, 2010. Release details are largely unchanged from those revealed early in the year (see blu-ray.com, June 24). The nine-disc box set will contain the theatrical versions of the movies, along with more than seven hours of special features (on three regular DVDs), digital copies for each film, and previews for the extended versions of the films (which will come out on Blu-ray "at a later date"). A week later, Warner Home Video will release the 1978 animated version of J.R.R. Tolkien's epic."