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Hey-yo, Videovores! Here’s a heads up on some fresh VHS from that fringe family of video vindicators over at Manor Video! You may recall this analog-oriented outfit from limited edition VHS releases such as the harrowing heroin addiction documentary Black Metal Veins or their most recent rewindable edition of Faim de Mort, a trilogy of dark and sanguinary...
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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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Attention All Tapeheads in VERMONT and surrounding areas! I was contacted by a person who purchased the ENTIRE VHS STOCK from Waterfront Video in VT, and is now looking to anti-digitally dispense them back out to the magnetically-crazed masses! It’s by appointment only, but you’re able to rifle through all these rewindable chunks of analog glory...
German-based synthwave artist Phillip Zocher AKA Action Jackson is one righteous retro dude. AJ draws inspiration for his analog-driven, synth-heavy aural adventures via everything from his family’s home dubbed VHS to the undeniably ubiquitous film classics of the 80s and their soundtracks.  The media culture captured within these elements oozes...
Over the past few months, The Museum of Arts and Design in New York has hosted a nostalgic retrospective on the VHS format. Spearheaded by Matt Desiderio of Horror Boobs and Blood Video along with collaboration with an army of other VHS fanatics including Dan Kinem and Levi “Dabedoo” Peretic  from VHShitFest, Mark Freado, Jr. from Spectacle Theater...
On one of my recent video hunting jaunts to a Millville, New Jersey Goodwill, while sifting through a mess of assorted family entertainment and “Big Bucks of the Wild” videos, I happened upon an intriguing little flick entitled Comrades of Summer. The cover struck me not only because it was apparently about a Russian baseball team (?!), but it appeared...
The army of Videvores out there are well aware of the fact that mold is one the VHS tape’s mortal enemies. There’s no bigger analog bummer than unearthing a radical tape, slipping it from the case for inspection and finding the reels ravaged by abominable white mold! Damn, it’s the worst! However, it just so happens there’s now an instance where...
I almost didn’t make it to Cinema Wasteland this year. I had been planning to go for about two months, shooting messages back and forth with my good buddy Louis about how amazingly killer the weekend was going to be, especially since I only get to see him and select other friends of mine around this time of the year. I was stoked. I even got my good...
  The dudes at VHShitfest worship the almighty video. They live, breathe and visually consume them on a daily basis. One look at their website, and you’ll be convinced. The reviews (both video and written), the cover galleries, right on down to the VHS wish list ooze with VHS admiration and obsession. And now, the guys at VHShitfest have set...
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While I’m not much of a gamer per se, the NES and Sega Genesis system played a vital role in my varied cast of childhood escapes. I ultimately gravitated toward Sega as my go-to system, racking my thumbs with iconic games like Mortal Kombat, Road Rash, Sonic the Hedgehog  and subsequently delving into more obscure titles like  Comix Zone, Boogerman...
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