There are some things in life I'll probably never understand. Why does anyone watch Big Brother, a TV "reality show" where people basically sit around doing absolutely nothing, and why is it going into its 11th season? Who would pay ten dollars to watch a spoof movie in a theater? Why would anyone feel compelled to defend the "legacy" of George W. Bush? And why the hell hasn't ANGST been released to video or DVD in America? Over the years several different companies have announced they were finally going to do it. Barrel Entertainment said they were... about three years ago. And that never happened. Maybe it'll never be released. I was able to find an excellent copy online, which I believe was sourced from the 2005 German DVD release (from Epix Media) and thankfully came with custom English subs made by a fan of the film that seem to be accurate. Though I do on occasion watch films in their original language when there's no other alternative, this is one film where dialogue is crucial. I'll be doing a more in-depth review of this one once I get a chance. Definitely a must see if you can find it. It'll be debuting as #2 on my Top 10 list for 1983.