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Most of the Tapeheads who are in current VHStep with the VHS collector world are familiar with the Chester N. Turner SOV brain-benders Black Devil Doll from Hell and Tales from the Quadead Zone and their sturdy standing as two of the most coveted slabs of magnetic magic in the collecting culture. Even though these films were beautifully re-animated...
Some exciting fresh VHS news from Ogden, Utah’s Lost Media Archive is a’brewing, Tapeheads! LMA’s main brain and obscure film aficionado BC Sterrett has unearthed and re-animated the super-rare, shot-on-Super 8 Brad Anderson / Mike Brunelle film FRANKENSTEIN’S PLANET OF MONSTERS! on Limited Edition VHS! Originally shot in 1993 in MA, there were...
The Holidaze are off and rewind runnin’, Tapeheads, and to kick off all of end of year analog excitement, we offer up some exclusive news from Lunchmeat Land that’s sure to get you and your trusty VCR in the Holiday VHSpirit! The announcement comes from the video vindicating dudes over at Magnetic Magic Rentals and Forever Bogus as they have slapped...
The video vindication of Bloomingdale, NJ-based fresh VHS outfit Saturn’s Core Audio and Video might already be on your rewind radar from their limited edition slabs of analog celebrating obscure cult cinema like Christopher “The Black Ed Wood” Michael’s 1995 health club horror epic Terror Of Blood Gym, a double-bill of lost William Hellfire...
Right on the heels of a most exciting analog announcement about Lunchmeat uncovering and unleashing (on Halloween!) the lost SOV flick starring Gary Cohen FRANKENSTEIN (I SWEAR ON MY MOTHER’S EYES) THE TRUE STORY, Lunchmeat is absolutely stoked to finally and officially announce yet another shot-on-video rarity re-animation coming in May of 2016 in...
With a background in movie-making and some inspiration from a dear friend, nascent VHS label Video Hoarder main brain Patrick Summers is preparing to re-animate one of the rarest zombie flicks of all-time via slabs of Limited Edition analog. Corpse Eaters was the brainchild of Mr. Lawrence Zazelenchuk, the owner of a Canadian drive-in called The 69...
While out rummaging through the wild this past weekend on my never-ending quest for slabs of black plastic gold, the rack of rewind remnants resting at DVD Game Exchange in the totally radical New Castle Farmers Market in New Castle, DE offered me one of the most intriguingly odd and amusingly uncomfortable video finds I’ve come across in quite a...
When Jerry White, Jr. and a few of his friends first started filming their backyard hijinks with a VHS camcorder in the early 90s, they had little idea that it would be the basis for one of the most significant times in their lives. 30 Minutes of Madness is a cult variety show that ran through the early to mid-90s on Public Access. It’s largely shot-on-video,...
Here’s a radical slice of educational video era obscurity brought to my analog attention by my fellow Videovore and all-around radical rewind-inclined dude Matt Ridgeway. My fellow Tapeheads, I give you, the Video Letter from Japan! This advert was harvested from the January / February issue of Creative Classroom Magazine circa 1988, and offers up...
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