Per usual Criterion has released a clue card of their 2013 release plans, None of these are my guesses but here they are: Harold Lloyd's Safety Last!, Guillermo del Toro's The Devil's Backbone, David Lynch's Eraserhead, Delmer Daves's 3:10 to Yuma, Charlie Chaplin's The Kid, Jean-Pierre Melville's Le Samourai, Federico Fellini's La Strada, Ingmar Bergman's Autumn Sonata, David Cronenberg's Scanners, Peter Brook's Lord of the Flies and Gabriel Axel's Babette's Feast. Reportedly neither Scanners nor The Brood are with MGM at all anymore... I almost wonder now if Synapse got those and that's what Don May Jr. was so excited about. But Criterion's clue seems very Scanner-esque (guy screaming from the 6th story window). If they picked up Eraserhead there's a very good chance they'll also take Lynch's shorts collection as well. Eraserhead, Shorts and Dumbland were distributed as a package at various companies. Don't think they'll do much with Dumbland as it's in low resolution I believe, but it may get paired with the shorts then. :shrug: I'm also happy to see the most obvious clue of Harold Lloyd which has already been confirmed with the Lloyd Estate as being with Janus at least theatrically. Gates of Hell is an old Japanese film that hasn't really been available. I saw it on IFC years ago and I rather liked it at the time. Would love to see it again on Blu-ray as it had gorgeous colors.