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Using a special kind of analog alchemy, Viper Video aims to capture the raw spirit of live punk. This little label has been on a relentless mission over the past few years, releasing a total of 26 tapes to date. The label is run by Adam Papagan, who observant Videovores might remember from the last time we caught up with him on this VHS-obsessed slice...
Contrary to common belief, the video store isn’t quite dead. And if you’re regularly tuned in to Lunchmeat Land, you’ll know this to be VHSolid fact. But if not, we welcome you to our VHS-obsessed domain with a few choice examples to support our notion: The classic chain of Family Video is still alive and finding ways to thrive out...
LA-based Lo-Fi Video established themselves in the fresh VHS world with their VHS re-animations of cult horror classics like Don’t Go in the Woods, Rocktober Blood and the absolutely radical big box edition of what is arguably the most ridiculous and lewdly entertaining “exercise” video of all time: Linnea Quigley’s Horror Workout. But in the...
If you’re a fan of Adult Swim regulars Tim Heidecker (Tim and Eric Awesome Show) and Greg Turkington (AKA Neil Hamburger), then chances are you’re already familiar with their web series, On Cinema, and its action adventure parody spin-off, Decker. You might have even come across the aborted third season, Decker Vs. Dracula, but what you might not...
The flow of fresh VHS continues to roll, Videovores, and today’s featured slab was brought to our analog attention by our resident rewind-inclined animation aficionado Taylor Duff: a name you’re sure to recognize if you’re familiar with Lunchmeat Magazine’s Animation from the Abyss! Fans of modern avant-garde works will take special interest...
If you’re a fan of exploitation and cult cinema, chances are you’ve always had an affinity for monsters. Whether they were romping around the dark corners of your adolescent brain, terrorizing you from your TV screen, or manifested in an alchemic mix of both, your formative years were invariably lined with some sort of slimy, sharp-toothed bogey...
Justin Ishmael is a name that may already be on your rewind-inclined radar as the main brain behind the heavy-hitting brand Mondo: a multifaceted production outfit that entered the fresh VHS arena with releases of Andrew Jordan’s Things, big box editions for both The Visitor and Ms. 45 and a highly coveted limited edition of Franck Khalfoun’s 2012...
The video vindicating crew over at Magnetic Magic Rentals have already demonstrated a tinge of allegiance to the infernal side of analog with their now-sold-out-release of the absolutely bonkers and banned public access curiosity The Great Satan at Large (which any fan of outrageous and blasphemous video rea obscurities should check out immediately)...
Endearingly odd avant-garde filmmaker Carl J. Sukenick has recently enjoyed a remarkable revival via the rewind way. Fresh VHS releases of Sukenick’s signature style of beyond-bizzare, no-budget cinema were initially offered up by video vindicating stalwarts Massacre Video with radical re-issues of ALIEN BEASTS and MUTANT MASSACRE 2, which have...
The waves of fresh VHS excellence are steady rolling in, Tapeheads, and today in Lunchmeat Land we feature one of the more enthusiastic and exciting entities to enter the analog-inclined arena in recent rewind-inclined memory: Weird Life LTR. Since their inception in 2016, they’ve released a small army of fresh VHS releases, which I highly VHSuggest...
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