I suspect GOODBAR might end up as a Kino release as well. There's an Australian release that came out in 2020, but I'm sure that an American company already has its gun sights on it given its recent appearance on TCM.
NIGHT HAS A THOUSAND EYES has always been a personal fave, and if I were positioned to program classic American noir I'd pair it up with the original NIGHTMARE ALLEY faster than you can say "boo!"...Edward G. Robinson tended to dismiss the film because his character didn't have the level of emotional intensity that he seemed to prefer in his roles, but as with THE WOMAN IN THE WINDOW his low-key approach to his character does wonders for the film. His voiceover work in it is on par with that of MacMurray in DOUBLE INDEMNITY and Bill Holden in SUNSET BLVD.
Re the Hall of Fame: my guess is that Ortiz falls just a tad short and that the BBWAA will pitch another shutout this time. The guys who've been tracking that info over the past 7-8 years have been having trouble getting their hands on as many ballots as has been the case in the past--usually they have about 60-65% of them on the eve of the official announcement; this time they are under 50%.
One of the folks involved with that effort tracked the earlier results and back-correlated to the analogous level of ballots and figured that the average decline rate from 48% of the known ballots for candidates with 50% or more of the vote at that point had a range of 9-14%, with an overall average of a bit more than 11%: if that holds, Ortiz would slip just under the 75% mark. We'll see...