That's a shame, so I guess we shouldn't be expecting any EM commentaries any time soon? However, I'm not surprised. While Noir City has a wonderfully broad demographic, the Castro audience is unique, and not representative of the DVD buying public. Except for those fairly rare 20 somethings that are into the style of noir, most noir lovers I've run across tend to be 50 and over. Many of us aging Boomers have gone beyond the point of accumulating merchandise, since many of our houses exist as just a repository of "stuff." Many of us are only on the periphery of the consumer culture, but that is a whole different subject beyond noir.The market for classic film is deemed so marginal, profit-wise, that they can't justify the extra expense.