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An intense and constant admiration for off-the-wall and absurdly weird cinema along with an undying drive to make a motley mountain of mini-movies has pushed director Jon Carpus to finally assemble his first full-length feature entitled Son of Hercules VS. The Psychedelic Dracula.  Embodying the truest DIY VHSpirit imaginable while overcoming an array...
After a childhood filled with pulpy pages brimming with monsters and madmen leading to a life rife with heavy metal records and horror movies on plastic formats, illustrator, artist and all-around creative dude Joe Deagnon found his voice in creating comics. He’s worked his share of day jobs: porno theater snack purveyor, animation cell painter, and...
Created by some of the headiest horror talent harvested from the home base of murderer and madman Ed Gein comes the Wisconsin horror film underground’s love letter to the crimson-covered macabre, Hole in the Wall. The film comprises a seven-headed directorial attack hinged on a haunted axe that hungers for flesh, wildly warping the viewer into disparate...
One of the grooviest attributes of our favorite format is its ability to bring people together. With the ever-growing interest and appreciation for these magnetically magical slabs of analog, the connection between Tapeheads continues to expand through the endless wonders of the world weird web resultantly enlarging the analog-loving landscape to reaches...
Enterprising analog aficionado Daniel Del Pozzo and his nascent Lo-Fi Video label are gearing up to whip your VCR into primo VHShape. Fast-forwarding from the bootleg tapes of his teens and entering into the realm of Official rewindable releases, Del Pozzo has already unleashed a most radical (and now sold out) limited edition of the fleshy cult splatterpiece...
The Tapeheads that are regularly tuned in to this analog obsessed slice of internet are no VHStranger to the multitude of fresh magnetic magic creations that are steadily stacking up next to contemporary Videovore’s VCRs. The vast majority of the fresh VHS incarnations are re-animated here in the States, but of course there are a few analog exceptions...
The wide expanse of the wild offers Videovores many an analog treat. From the people-flooded flea markets to dingy dirt malls, the endless second-hand hubs contain piles of unloved analog glory begging to be picked up and placed back into a VCR with love and care, ready to help Tapeheads unwind with the power of play and rewind. But perhaps the most...
After completing his first feature length film while still in high school, writer, director and producer Brad Sykes has kept his analog-charged cinematic drive alive by injecting his creative force into dozens of horror-soaked projects over the span of his fifteen year career. His most recent film endeavor is entitled Hi-8, and with this project Brad...
With humble horror-influenced beginnings in the DIY punk and hardcore scene, Michigan-based Tapehead Jared Rexer has recently crossed over into the realm of fresh VHS, endeavoring to purvey slabs of magnetic magic with his very own analog entity entitled Manor Video. When he’s not pounding out some skull-fracturing jams or slammin’ down slabs...
In the contemporary world of VHS collecting, “rare” is a word that gets a lot of airtime.  It’s a term that’s tossed around on video-obsessed forums such as HVHSCU and is brought into question almost constantly, effectively operating as an adjective that inexorably inflates a tape’s anti-digital desirability, and oftentimes, influences the...
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