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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...
There’s a new sensation sweeping across the Videovore nation, being performed in order to spice up those standard black slabs of magnetic magic and create a fully custom, often color-coordinated casing for your favorite rewindable reels… and that, my fellow Tapeheads, is something that’s colloquially called “Spool Swapping.” It’s a practice...
The collective fresh VHS movement has certainly spawned an impressive array of newly-produced home video releases over the past several years, offering manifold slabs of magnetic magic ranging from obscure horror re-animations, to full-length documentaries to music videos to every turn of indie cinema imaginable. But now, multifaceted artist Matthew...
Hey-yo, Tapeheads! Here’s a heads up on some fresh VHS created via a collaborative effort from the fiends at The Sleaze Box and those video-vindicating dudes over at Vultra Video! They’ve cooked up a couple slabs of analog glory just oozing with low-budget sleaze to help appease your grimy cinema needs. The first of this foul combo is CHAOS A.D....
It’s almost 2017, Tapeheads, and if you’re looking to kick off this New Year in an absolutely radical rewind-inclined fashion, you’ve come to the right place, man. LUNCHMEAT is proud to present HOME VIDEO HORRORS Vol. 1: a 12-month, full-color 2017 calendar paying tribute to a selection of the most seminal and spectacular slabs of analog horror...
Frequent video store patrons are apt to remember it fondly: that little green horror sticker stuck on the front of our favorite fright flicks at the local video rental spot. Over the past year or so, this little green guy has made a real comeback, mainly by way of rewind-inclined apparel and flair outfits. Chicago’s CREEPY COMPANY produced stickers,...
If you follow Lunchmeat on any of our social media platforms, you’re likely to have recently witnessed one of the more awe-inspiring rewind-inclined trends for this Holiday season: The Tape Tree. Yes, that would indeed be an emulation of a classic Christmas tree made entirely out of slabs of analog glory! And one of our favorite and most magnificent...
If you’re looking for some fresh VHS thunder from down under, the analog-inclined Aussie releasing label Ex-Film deserves your undivided attention. You may recognize this brand from previous posts here in Lunchmeat Land as Ex-Film has laid some fantastic specimens of cinema to tape like Mike Malloy’s Eurocrime documentary and the cult favorite rarity...
Over the past couple of years, those radical rewind-inclined dudes you know as the Bleeding Skull! Video crew have certainly cemented themselves as one of the finest purveyors of trash cinema re-animations. They’ve piled up a formidable stack of black plastic and magnetic magic, rightly adored by Videovores with a penchant for the most outrageous...
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