I lost the DVD to one of my all time favorites -- The Brotherhood of the Wolf (Le Pacte des loups). I thought replacing the disc would be as easy as swinging by the local Best Buy, FYE or Virgin Megastore, but they're all out of stock and they apparently have no plans to order additional copies. Amazon.com didn't have any either (aside from a low-stock and over-priced 3-disc collectors edition for $50). Finally, I talked to someone at DVDEmpire.com and they informed me that the disc had been discontinued. I've been collecting movies for years and have never seen this. For what reason would a movie studio discontinue the distribution of a DVD? Is it in preparation for Blu Ray? If so, you'd think they'd wait until more than 4% of the movie watching public actually owned a BR player.