That sounds good in theory, but in practice I'm devoting an hour and a half of my time to a movie and I don't think it's too much to expect it to be competently made. And too often, the "regional" stuff just isn't. I appreciate the idea of it being made by true fans rather than accountants and executives, but at some point in the chain there has to be filmmaking talent involved. As Cleavon Little said in the great movie "The Gig" (it's not horror, it's about middle-aged guys in a jazz band that get a once-in-a-lifetime weeklong engagement at a Catskills resort, and suddenly see the good and bad of the life of a musician), "Devotion isn't always enough". I'm not against the idea of regional horror, as Night of the Living Dead and Texas Chainsaw Massacre DEFINITELY fall into the category. But there's a reason George A. Romero and Tobe Hooper went on to long careers in the biz: filmmaking talent. It's great that a lot of you find enjoyment in some of the obscure titles VS releases, I honestly wish I did too. I've taken chances with some titles, and found some obscurities that are real hidden gems. But there's a lot, and I mean a LOT of turkeys in the bunch too (another reason, other than $$$, that I'm not a VS subscriber).