Gormenghast is available here in the US, but the release here is cropped; it was shown in 16x9 in the UK, which is how their release is formatted. Red Dwarf comes out in the US in February 2003, but I'll be getting the UK release. I didn't release we had other Smegheads on the board here...
Titles I've gotten lately:
Ichi the Killer: Utterly sick and insane sorta-comedy yakuza film from Takashi Miike, one of the hot directors in Japan now. A guy who makes up to five films a year, and most of them are pretty unique, cool stuff. Check out Audition, released this summer on DVD in the US, for a taste, but it's not for the squeamish.
Don't Look Now: A bare bones release for this Roeg suspense film, but picture and sound are solid. I love the film until the end, which I'm not crazy about.
Herzog-Kinski Box Set: An excellently packaged set of all of this whacko duo's films, with the My Best Fiend documentary thrown in also. Great stuff.
The Italian Job: A very nice disc of this Michael Caine caper film, with some good extras. Too bad they're going to ruin this in the remake with Mark Wahlberg next year.
I plan on getting Heavenly Creatures, a film all Welles fans should check out, if only for the unique presence of Welles in the film. Also, Horror of Dracula and Curse of Frankenstein come out 10/1, and the French releases of Day for Night and Draughtsman's Contract later in October.