This spring, The Criterion Collection have both cult and classic movies on their mind, and their newly announced April slate will have for something for fans of either category -- or both. Kicking things off, Alex Cox
's "Repo Man
" finally arrives after being rumored for quite some time. The Emilio Estevez
and Harry Dean Stanton
starring flick uses a journey between a repo man and a young punk he takes under his wing to delve into Los Angeles and '80s America. The Criterion disc will come stacked with extras including commentary, interviews, deleted scenes and even the edited TV version, supervised by Cox. But oddly enough, there's not much about the soundtrack, though we guess that's what former Born Against member Sam McPheeters will cover in his essay. For those looking for something a bit more high brow, Laurence Olivier
's "Richard III
" will get the wacky C.