Tomorrow night, I will be able to see Brian De Palma's critically acclaimed and controversial anti-war film REDACTED, in the privacy of my own apartment. The film, which was released on one screen in Northern California in advance of it's television broadcast in order to to be eligible for Oscar nominations, is produced by Marc Cuban, baskeball owner/psycho and entrepeneur. Cuban also owns the high-definition network HDnet, which will be broadcasting the Iraq-war film tomorrow night, through it's HDnet Movie Channel. Pretty cool if you ask me. Sit on the couch, turn on my HD tv, crank the dolby digital, and watch a new film that you might otherwise spend $20 on seeing at the theater. And...it's Brian F'ing DePalma.