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Hold on to your VCRs, Tapeheads, because this nugget of news just might make your heads spin at a revolutionary rate.  Approximately 2,700 VHS tapes are currently being accounted for, cataloged and prepared for posterity at the Sterling Memorial Library at Yale University. The work of Kaplanoff Librarian for American History David Gary and analog inspirator...
VHS-obsessed events do much more than bring together analog-inclined minds in search of brain-bending magnetic magic. They foster the tangibility and expansion of a culture. Tape-talking online forums such as Horror VHS Collectors Unite! and those java-jivin’ VHS revivin’ VHS Misfits help collect the central interests, opinions and overall conscience...
The constantly expanding world of fresh VHS is consistently spewing forth a wild and wondrous spill of cult cinema to help keep our VCRS churning and turning without cessation.  In this radical wave of rewind re-animation, we’re seeing everything from obscure gems getting more recognition to indie films gaining a new platform for exposure, and sometimes,...
The visible rise of VHS collector culture and the resulting resurging interest in rare, amazing and obscure video cassettes over the past few years has helped to inspire some seriously radical events engineered to assemble the most voracious of Videovores. Earl Kess’ Severed Short Film Night and Horror VHS Collectors Unite! Convention does a killer...
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The vast majority of movies on VHS are best enjoyed with a lap full of snacks and a groovy group of fringe film-loving friends. Here in Lunchmeat Land, we hold this to be indisputable fact. Analog aficionados Justin Decloux and Peter Kuplowsky’s Laser Blast Film Society crew subscribe to that same VHSchool of thought, and to help celebrate their...
Entrepreneurially-inclined analog aficionados are becoming more and more abundant in this perpetually expanding world of VHS collector culture. We currently exist in a head-spinning  kind of mini-universe where the voracious hunger for non-stop video bliss spills out upon always active online forums such as Horror VHS Collectors Unite! and VHS Misfits...
Saskatoon-based video rental shop Videonomicon is still going VHStrong. Over the past year totally radical Tapeheads Tyler Baptist and Jon Vaughn have been supplying a groovy selection of take-home slabs for their fellow rewind-inclined locals, and now they’re starting to serve up some fresh VHS for the magnetic masses with their video vindicating...
From the depths of the deepest, dingiest Goodwills and dusty second-hand shops, yet another VHS-centric gadget has been uncovered! It’s the VCR VOICE from the Voice Powered Technology Company! This obscure rewind-inclined creation was yanked from oblivion by none other than my radical Videovore homie Matt Ridgeway! He was groovy enough to send me...
With the effusive internet expansion of VHS collector culture and general analog era appreciation gaining ground in the name of nostalgia, full-blown books are simply bound to happen. Exemplary analog-oriented printed editions have come in the form of the academic yet accessible Videoland along with the fun, culturally informative VHS Ate My Brain,...
Groovy New Year Greetings, my fellow Videovores! Here’s hoping you all had a most merry magnetic holiday season filled with groovy gifts, good tidings and radical rewind times with those you hold dear. And as all you analog maniacs might expect we’re ready to fill you in on how to ring in the new rewind times right with a recently released slab...
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