If you’re a fan of all things weird in film and you’ve never heard of Something Weird Video, you should probably get acquainted with their work. Since 1990, they’ve been distributing some of the best and worst exploitation films from the 60s and 70s. And now the largest non-profit genre film archive in the world AKA Alamo Drafthouse’s American Genre Film Archive is teaming up with Something Weird in order to preserve some of the sleaziest mid-century films out there. The first wave of films will be transferred at 4K resolution and get distribution to home video and theaters next year! Each release will feature not only the main film but also B-side bonus features and goodies such as trailers and commentary by filmmakers. If you’re a grindhouse, drive-in, exploitation, or cult film fan or just have a general appreciation for the totally bizarre and sleazy, head over to A.V. Club to read up on more of the preservation initiative!