Yeah, I'm pretty positive this company is not totally legit. Seems to me that they just put OOP movies (probably from VHS tapes) onto DVD and sell them online. (Much like SUBSTANCE DVD, who has put out "Monster Dog" and "Monstroid: It Came from the Lake.")
They have "Howard the Duck" on "DVD" and Lucas swore he'd NEVER release that onto a digital format. And they have "Cool as Ice." I'm so tempted, but I'd rather not spend 20 bucks on a professionally made DVD-R.
Not really related, but I think it's kind of weird when film creators decide to never release a film again. I mean, it's out there and available already (since it did get a video release), what difference does it make if it is MORE widely available? There's certainly demand for Howard the Duck, considering the ongoing wave of 80s nostalgia crap. Myself, I have a bootleg of it (mediocre quality, if you're wondering).
And in any case, I'd say Episode II isn't really any less embarrassing than Howard the Duck.