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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...
Way down under in an analog-adoring portion of Australia, a gathering of too groovy Tapeheads have joined  forces to assemble a team hellbent on high-quality video vindication under the banner of Celluloid Apocalypse. Their first slab of black plastic glory delivers an action-packed short film peppered with comedic sensibilities from one of the minds...
The vast majority of voracious Videovores out there are apt to be familiar with EVERYTHING IS TERRIBLE! and their finely tuned brand of appreciation and celebration for awkward, outrageous and at times utterly unbelievable acts of video era excess. Their website, live shows and general presence has offered a host of viewers an affectionate and often...
Horror movie aficionado, Swedish maestro and VIDEOGRAM main man Magnus Sellergren has just unleashed an audible beast. One listen to VIDEOGRAM’s self-titled assemblage of analog era-influenced aural creations, and you’ll be launched into a track by track journey through a dynamic yet culturally cohesive audio universe offering an array of thematic...
After spending his impressionable adolescent years roaming video rental shops and peeking up at the not-so-well-hidden porno titles, avid analog slab collector an adult-inclined director Laume Conroy has  tapped a lifetime of analog inspiration and resurrected his XXX feature Dawna the Dead via Limited Edition fresh VHS to help Videovores get off on...
More than a few Videovores may be familiar with a mysterious slab of magnetic magic that’s been floating around within the analog-sphere over the past few years: a white videocassette smeared and splattered with a blood red something or other, eerily inviting you to experience its contents with the words “WATCH ME” painfully scrawled across the...
While recently running one of my routine groovy stuff scans on the world weird web, a post from fellow Tapehead and indie filmmaker Matty Calhoun nearly yanked my eyes right outta my gourd. The images he unleashed featured one of the most analog alluring hand drawn video covers I’d ever seen. It emitted a visual essence that screamed next-level...
Charged up on a childhood full of taped-from-TV entertainment and inspired by the joys of interactive analog-obsessed excitement, fellow Tapehead and  totally awesome dude Dan Gorman brings us the Toronto-based monthly VHS screening spectacular Video Vengeance. Unreeling genre favorites from gut-busting action flicks to insane insect invasion cinema...
A wave of analog excitement recently washed over the world weird web after the Lunchmeat VHS Fanzine Facebook page flashed a look at a most groovy gift I received from artist extraordinaire and all around radical dude Donny Robinson. DR’s rendering of a Media release Mother’s Day VHS box into a thrashin’ 3D pop-up sculpture is just one of the...
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