Ok, I wanted to address some things that was brought up in the episode. With the Caligula Blu-ray with the screen shaking, I've noticed that on my copy, but it all comes down to the transfer of the film when they were doing the film to tele/datacine. Now, most likely something was not set up properly and the people supervising the transfer didn't catch when they were going through the motions.
Now, with what Josh mentioned with Trick or Treat, it's a stupid thing that Warner Bros does with their releases. Trick or Treat was a combo release with a slip cover that was not of the face. It was just when you pulled the Blu-ray case out of the slip cover, you saw the face. And WB shafts customers by removing all the combo DVD and Digital Copies and Slip Cover from the release and just give you the Blu-ray itself. I've seen a lot of people from Amazon complaining that it's advertised with all these combos and they'd just get the Blu-ray disc.
Now, with the whole digital remasters, and how there's complaints that it looks too clean; the only thing I can really say that I like about it is that when the director/editor/producers were going over said film in the day, it didn't look rough and beat up and degraded because it was still new. When Fox had the Alien films remastered in HD, it all looks amazing.
And of course, there's still some studios who don't go the whole "DIGITAL REMASTER" route and just throw whatever master they have like Universal did. Universal fucked up the Blu-ray release for Nic Cage's The Family Man. They didn't remaster the film and it looks completely HORRENDOUS.
And finally IFC sucks. I saw that Indie Sex years ago before they started their commercial breaks. Those fucks.