Fans of classic exploitation cinema were bummed last year when Image Entertainment dropped Something Weird Video from their roster, effectively ending the days of SWV's handsomely produced features-packed discs containing the likes of Sinderella And The Golden Bra and A Smell Of Honey A Swallow Of Brine. But Something Weird honcho Mike Vraney has kept the company's mail-order business running, and has just recently added downloads to their product line. For a mere six bucks, you too could get the nudist camp classic The Beast That Killed Women or the gamey slasher Carnival Of Blood in digital form, ready to watch on your iPod (so you can freak out the person sitting next you on the plane). And you thought Warner Brothers was the most cinephile-friendly home video company around….