Sorry but I'm going to be a huge dick here and just throw out these quotes from you. "My best friend speaks Italian... and is a fan of the movie... and he´ll dot for free. Don´t tell me they´ll spen too much money authoring the subtitles... Don´t tell me there´s not one American out there that speaks Itaalian and is a fan of the movie." "I believe Code Red is making fu of us... Why is that every good horror company, at some point in time, turns into shit??? (Anchor Bay). If Code Red has low sales is their own fawlt... Every DVD that is released gains more audience if it´s more accessible. Example, put English subtitles (mute audience), put spanish subtitles (hispanic is the 2nd world language)... this is just a case where they should invest so they can get more comeback. Put money if you want money..." "C´mom... i usually do that as a hobby and it´s not hard at all. I buy lots of dvds from foreign markets and my family only understands my native language, portuguese, so I translate the best of them and re-author the dvd to include them... it´s time consuming but not hard or difficult at all. For a normal movie it takes me 2 hours a day for about a week to translate, organize the lines of text and put them as a time frame. If you want, just separate the full audio track from the video and encode as an mp3 and I will gladly translate and arrange the time frame for them.... My price??? a copy of Nightmare when you released it. Cheaper than 3000 bucks." Kind of ironic, no? I think you owe Code Red an apology for taking so long on something that is "not hard at all". And yes, I understand you are busy and were doing this as a favor for free, but still, you yourself said it would only take 14 hours and it's been like 6 months now. For the past three weeks I have been working 60 hours a week and still found a few hours a night to edit a video I was working on. I think it's time to just admit defeat so Code Red can release this DVD bare bones before they shut down, as they stated it would take three months to get it out once completed so that doesn't leave much time before they close. And no I'm not blaming you, I just thought it was funny as you were ones of the ones that were complaining and didn't understand why it was taking them so long. The truth of the matter is is that stuff always comes up and there's always reasons for such delays. I guarantee Code Red wants this released as much as we all do, and I'm sure wished they could have released it years ago. That's just the way this industry goes.