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The films of ultimate outsider shot-on-video filmmaker Carl J. Sukenick are just about as mind-melting as they come, Tapeheads. His personal brand of sometimes incoherent, sometimes inane but forever fascinating SOV insanity has been championed by some of the most influential entities within the fresh VHS world, including Massacre Video, SRS Cinema,...
The video vindicators over at Weird Life LTR are likely to already be on your rewind-inclined radar. They’re an entity that has been steadily pumping out an array of radical fresh VHS, including the mind-bending neon noir flick Virus, Courtney Fathom Sell’s heartfelt and powerful backyard filmmaking documentary Tracking Issues, and a very limited...
The more in-the-know VHS aficionados are likely to be familiar with the name Mike Malloy. Apart from his outstanding work on the documentary Eurocrime: The Italian Cop and Gangster Films That Ruled the 70s, and his participation in flicks like Samurai Cop 2 and Django Lives, he’s also been making appearances here in Lunchmeat Land since 2013 when...
Physical manifestations of VHS and video era appreciation and celebration are emerging in impressive and excitingly innumerable instances, Tapeheads. Jason Champion’s fully functional video store stationed in his own home and the curated installations of The Museum of VHS are just a couple of the contemporary entities which offer an entertaining,...
It goes without VHSaying that the rewind way is a worldwide practice, and the ardent affection for the format has recently taken shape in the land down under with a brand new VHS-centric web-series called VIDEO HOARDERS. Created and hosted by Rob Taylor, the first episode is now available via MonsterPictures.com (clickity-click that hot link to watch,...
It’s a bit of a brain bender to think that the initial VHS-centric documentaries Adjust Your Tracking: The Untold Story of the VHS Collector and Josh Johnson’s Rewind This! were released nearly five years ago in 2013. The time has been flying for Tapehead culture, and the expansion and recognition of our rewind ways is ever-growing. That amplification...
With a body built by Chinese food on top of garlic bread and a mental state fueled by ingesting an overload of 90s anime via VHS tape, Michael Myerz has come to establish himself as one of the most unique hip hop artists in the Atlanta scene. Since 2011, Myerz has released upwards of 20 albums, and LUNCHMEAT is proud to present his newest release Booger...
You know us here in Lunchmeat Land to be perpetual proponents of that vintage video rental experience. And though the forums for those encounters are now lesser in number, the rental destinations that are endeavoring to thrive in 2017 are keeping that anti-streaming dream alive. They foster the notion that there are still individuals out there that...
Sure signs of the rewind revolution are popping up everywhere, Tapeheads. Appreciation and affection for our favorite format has officially invaded the mainstream, with heavy-hitting retailers like Forever 21 carrying a VHS-shaped purse and Target offering VHS-centric shirts this past year, and most recently dishing out some official Blockbuster Video...
The Druid Underground Film Festival has been invading eyes and boggling minds since 2006, and is self-described as “a traveling powerhouse of the most bizarre and provocative films on earth!”, but DUFF does much more than collect, compile and screen the weirdest of the weird. They’re a multi-faceted entity just oozing with underground cinema appreciation....
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