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VIA VHS is a retro movie and pop culture podcast dedicated to the best and worst from the VCR era. Join Wesley and Spencer as they reminisce about movies and pop culture from the last great decades. “Rewind Review” episodes provide retrospectives and reviews on Movies and TV Shows, while “Nostalgia Specials” look back on everything from video games, toys, news, events and culture from the 70s, 80s and 90s
 
A podcast for movie lovers, inspired by Letterboxd. Each week famous artist Danny Haas, poet/writer Protolexus, and journeyman podcaster Slim discuss a recently watched film together. Their love for each other cannot be broken. Or can it? Merch available + new episodes every Monday. Subscribe on Spotify for access to exclusive episodes: anchor.fm/70mm/subscribe
 
We have a VHS collection, an internet connection and uninformed opinions. We're not a movie podcast. Well we are. But we're not.Thanks to their generous contributions to our #VHS4T1D campaign to raise funds to help the JDRF find a cure for Type one Diabetes, we are proudly presented by #AlitaArmy!t.ly/JvG6V
 
Travel back in time with Justin Zeppa and his international team of cultural archaeologists as they adjust the tracking on some VHS tapes and reflect on the commercials of their youth. What exactly was the world trying to sell us, and were they successful? Why did some ad campaigns have intricate narratives sprawling across multiple years while others faded into oblivion? How is it that we can't consistently remember our keys but can still sing some of these jingles note for note? It's a cul ...
 
Two guys who are life long racing fans and have always wanted to share their vast amounts of random Motorsports knowledge with the world who started a podcast. Listen to James Armas and Mark Urban talk about an old race or Motorsports event you've probably never heard of. From NASCAR to Indycar, IMSA, NHRA, CART, Grand AM, SCCA, Trans-AM, and maybe a Monster Truck Rally. It's more than a review, it's educational too.
 
The Everything '80s Podcast looks back at the greatest decade. It's your one-stop shop for everything to do with movies, video games, TV shows, cartoons, toys, fashion, music and everything in between. Jamie Logie is here to share some of the big topics such as Transformers and Saved By The Bell but to get more detailed on a lot of 1980s information you might not be aware of. Do you know why VHS won the format wars against BETA? Or why the PG-13 rating was created? You'll find all that and m ...
 
When video collector Mark Cambria watches a mysterious VHS tape, he begins talking in his sleep in a language that doesn't exist. Mark and his girlfriend Tamra set out to investigate the tape's origin and find themselves caught up in a web of conspiracy, occult, and dread surrounding a legendary video store with a sinister purpose beyond imagining. Video Palace was created by Nick Braccia and Mike Monello, directed by Ben Rock, written by Ben Rock & Bob DeRosa and stars Chase Williamson and ...
 
Drawing on a decade-plus friendship whose roots stretch back to their film-obsessed student days, Gali and Devlin cast an eye backwards to the movies that kickstarted their love of film. In their Throwback series, each will take turns picking a title that they consider seminal to their youth, and watch again to determine whether they wasted their precious childhoods sitting in the dark with these VHS tapes, or if their movie touchstones still hold up today. See acast.com/privacy for privacy ...
 
You know those movies that you loved as a kid? What ever happened to them? Maybe you remember grabbing a random VHS cover off the shelves at Blockbuster, but you can't quite remember the title. Or perhaps you loved a strangely specific scene from some bizarre film your cousin owned, but you can't really recall the plot. We've got good news for you. In Throwback Theater, our four hosts will track down and revisit these old movies to answer one question: Does It Hold Up? Each episode, a new mo ...
 
Welcome to Brain Rot The podcast that takes a deep dive into the BEST WORST HORROR movies of the 80s & 90s. Those films that are 'so bad, they're good'. Each episode, Stevie (your VHS Veteran) welcomes a new guest into the trash heap. With guests ranging from horror know-it-alls to horror not-at-alls, these B-Movie bangers get dissected and immortalised in all their gory glory. So open THE GATE, grab some POPCORN, hold on to your GHOULIES and TROLL these films with us. See what I did there? ...
 
Join Alex & Christina One musician and horror fan that can't get enough horror movies. 1 episode each Monday with alternating segments & Guests. This sure isn't your daddy's podcast.. so you might want to get your earmuffs out. The cast includes a weekly horror themed alcohol shots for our #horrorshot segment. We also do a fun new creative exercise segment called #GravePlots where we make up movies on the spot and make up some pretty cool faux vhs covers for them too. We cover current horror ...
 
Worst Movies Ever Played is a new actual play podcast where three comedians improvise hilariously bad VHS movies. The kind you'd find scavenging through the dumpster behind a Blockbuster Video.Hosts Patrick Baker (Regular Show), Brent Butler (Norm Macdonald Live), and Geoffrey Golden (Wet Hot American Summer RPG) produce cheesy movies on the fly using the Straight to VHS roleplaying game. They play every role and narrate the action, while Hollywood sound designer Adam Baker (The Invisible Ma ...
 
What are the The Best 1980s & 1990s Movies? Do you find yourself asking if the movies we loved while growing up were really that good? Have you caught yourself thinking, “why don’t make movies like they use to?” Can you still remember spending your Friday Nights searching for the perfect movie rental at Blockbuster Video? Do you know what Blockbuster Video is? If you answered yes, then this is the podcast for you! Website: http://shatthemovies.com/the-best-80s-90s-movies/ Email: hosts@shatth ...
 
Relive the days of video rental stores through the memories of former employees. Each episode features stories from our 'Video Heroes' using a fun multi-interview format. You'll hear experiences from rental store infancy in the 1980s, dominance in the 1990s, and demise in the early 2000s. From VHS to DVD, from Blockbuster to 'Mom and Pops', Rental Return celebrates this distinctive time in film history.
 
Our hosts are Kent Smith (award-winning director, writer, producer, photographer), who has worked on such tv shows and feature films as Homeland, Mr. Mercedes, Outcast, Tusk, and Max bring his technical skills to the table. Laura Truman comes to the table with her fantastic laugh on life and incredible film knowledge (Film Critic and old school film collector). Patrick G. Keenan (award-winning actor), who you might have seen in Blind Side, Homeland, Tropical Cop Tales, and Mike, is no strang ...
 
The Horror Explorer Podcast is dedicated to turning people on to obscure horror/sci-fi/gore/bizarre movies from days gone by and horror movies that didn't show up on the radar in recent years, as well as delving deeper into some of the more mainstream movies most people have heard of. A VHS-era horror aficionado makes his millennial co-hosts watch VHS-era horror movies that most people their age haven't seen or even heard of. The best new horror movie you see this year might be one from 30 y ...
 
I'm a media packrat. My collection of VHS recordings began in the '80s and at once point filled five storage shelves in my home. Over the years, I've transferred these hundreds of tapes onto 2,500+ DVDs. What's on them? That's what we're here to find out. This podcast will track my progress in cataloging these DVDs as we discover together what the heck is on all of them, keeping an eye on my current viewing habits as well. Happy viewing!
 
Chris Sims and Matt Wilson love movies. The kinds you would pick up on VHS on a Friday afternoon and have to watch that weekend, no matter how terrible it was. They also love to hate them. Movie Fighters is a celebration of that. Each episode, they watch a movie, recap it, and try to make sense of it. They often don't.
 
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Join our Patreon for extra episodes and VHS goodness! Patreon.com/VHSbandits The secret is out! Dane Train got his life long wish and we watched Juwanna Mann. Jamal Jeffries is a super star douche bag basketball player and when he gets kicked out of the league he decides to put on a wig and fake boobs to play in the WNBA. Don't worry, he's still an…
 
A Knight’s TaleIt’s hard to believe it’s been 20 years since this anachronistic medieval romp hit theaters. A Knight’s Tale is a lovable early 00’s classic inspired by one of Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales. It’s a historical fiction sports film about jousting with a classic rock soundtrack, it’s fun, weird and will definitely rock you!This is Wesley’s …
 
Today, I'm ranking each year of summer movies during the 80s to see which is the best. How does the summer of 1986 compare against 1981? Is the summer of 1985 the best--or does it come up short? This is one of the toughest--and most fun--episodes I've ever put together. I'll look at the notable movies from each summer, the one specific theme that r…
 
In this week's episode, the FM3 take Dragula out for a spin and end up careening head first into the debate about Robert Zombies newest film announcement. Then the FM crew head indoors to enjoy the newest demonic jump scare film in a real live actual movie theater!! With their bellies filled with paranormal popcorn the conversation ends up being mo…
 
To say that hydration is an invention is only a slight exaggeration. Back in the 1970’s and ‘80s, no one carried bottled water with them, but by the ‘90s it was a genuine status object. How did bottled water transform itself from a small, European luxury item to the single largest beverage category in America? It took both technological innovation,…
 
Yes! Patrick our ex co host of the podcast returns to talk about a couple 80's and 90's supernatural flicks that had us want to go out and buy pajamas. First we review the movie Don't Panic (1988) About a 17yr old boy who sees through the eyes of a supernatural killer who stabs people 13 times. He does so in Blue, Red and White Dinosaur Pajamas. Ca…
 
Danny, Proto, and Slim chat about Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (1989). Other topics Jonesy's Letterboxd Top 4, Images, The Passage to India, The Road to Harry Potter, In the Heights, The Treasure of the Sierra Madre, and more. Support the 70mm Patreon to join our VHS Village Discord, listen to exclusive episodes, get your own membership card,…
 
Carlo and Dan are back with another hang-out, news-talkin' episode of Cream of the Crud! It's a potpourri of podcasting for the cinematically deranged. This time on the podcast they're discussing: • Past and Future CRUD BUDDIES screenings • Physical media corner: Vinegar Syndrome releases, AGFA & Troma, Severin & more • Empress of Darkness • Judy H…
 
We're back with our S episode of the #UPickEm season, and this week we're going with a Pacino matchup, either young Pacino as the "lamp lighting" Officer Frank Serpico or older Pacino as the angry and gruff yet loyal and just retired Lt. Col. Frank Slade. The matchup was close, check out the episode to see which film won and what we thought about i…
 
Michael Jai White is a covert government assassin whose been murdered and sent to hell and now has to lead hell's army but he's sent back to Earth and forgets all that and John Leguizamo is an evil clown who has to help him regain his memory to lead the army but MJW rebels and another spirit whose from medieval times (not the restaurant) helps him …
 
In this episode of the Bad Movie Night Podcast we talk about the 2000 action movie, Point Doom! Support our show and get the bonus podcasts! https://www.patreon.com/badmovienightshow For our video show and other episodes please visit www.Bad-Movie-Night.com Film: Point Doom Plot: A Hollywood talent agent's girlfriend thrusts him into a world of str…
 
In this week's episode, the FM crew kinda wanna start smoking, get over their fear of heights and go toe to tinker bell toe with a goddamn soul sucker. Sure they may have also seen a ghost kid stuck in a mannequin and numerous animal rights violations but all in all they got thru Stephen King’s Cat’s Eye (1985) in one piece and didn’t go diving int…
 
Before Tom Sizemore and Mickey Rourke made flops of their careers, they starred in one of the most epic box office failures of the '90s: "Harley Davidson and the Marlboro Man." Was the world just not ready for an action comedy that played out like a comic book, or is this movie truly rushed and sloppy? The Shat Crew was fully divided on this forgot…
 
This is the fourth and final part of my mini-series about the early days of the Internet. Today, we're looking at the origins of Netflix and how it changed the way we consume content. We'll look at the fake origin story of the company, how they were almost a part of Blockbuster Video, and how Napster may have been responsible for their success. The…
 
Fig-lovers, join your favorite cultural archaeologists as they plumb the depths of a massive VHS collection in search of TRUTH. Cookie v Biscuit: a scandal of colloquialism is finally debated. Also: How wet do you like your eggs? There's clearly a lot to digest in this episode, but rest easy knowing that no matter what it is, you're getting the "Li…
 
This week we decided to take a look at the first 2 Cabin Fever movies. We had planned to check them out a year ago, but figured maybe NOW is the time to review both. Did they hold up? After what we went through this past year is it as affective as it might have been for a movie about infectious diseases? We dive in without gloves into this world th…
 
Danny, Proto, and Slim chat about Temple of Doom (1984). Other topics include Amazon delaying our box sets, Raiders in 4K UHD, uncut Partreon episodes, Danny at the beach, The Last Detail, Revenge of the Sith, Speed, #hotapesummer, and more. Support the 70mm Patreon to join our VHS Village Discord, listen to exclusive episodes, get your own members…
 
We had so much fun watching and discussing Rocky, that we decided to come back and talk about the rest of the VHS-era series, from Rocky II where the Italian Stallion squares back up against Apollo Creed, through to the ridiculous street fight against Tommy Gunn in Rocky V, we even get a little into the DVD-era films Rocky Balboa, Creed and Creed I…
 
In this episode of the Bad Movie Night Podcast we talk about the Uwe Boll 2005 action horror movie, Alone In The Dark! Support our show and get the bonus podcasts! https://www.patreon.com/badmovienightshow For our video show and other episodes please visit www.Bad-Movie-Night.com Film: Alone In The Dark Plot: When the investigations of supernatural…
 
In this week's episode, the FM3 check out Zack Snyder’s 2021 blasterpiece, “Army Of The Dead”. While it may not be as SUPER or in the same LEAGUE as some of his other films, ol' Zack actually did the Zombie genre some JUSTICE by churning out a Summer Blockbuster-Style Action/Horror film - which was a fun way for the FM Crew to get back in them thea…
 
RUMOUR CONTROL. We’ve crash landed on Fury 161 for the latest installment in our xenomorphic review series LV-RMP, as we reach David Fincher’s divisive and dour 1992 threequel ALIEN3. Controversially stripping Ripley (Sigourney Weaver) of her potential happily ever when both Hicks and Newt are killed when her shuttle plummets out of the sky, our be…
 
Welcome to the third part of my podcast mini-series on the early days of the internet. In the first part, I looked at the creation of the World Wide Web and how Netscape made it accessible. Part 2 was all about how AOL brought the internet into every home in the country. In part 3, we look at how the internet was taken to the next level: web search…
 
In this episode, the Retro Movie Geek crew is joined by Jimmy Poole (check out more from Jimmy HERE or HERE), and they’re geeking out over Alien (1979) and realism in both sets & characters sexual innuendos music & sound design genuine scares and much, much more! Synopsis: In deep outer space, the crew of a commercial spaceship, make an unscheduled…
 
This week on FBTT, we took some time to look back and review a classic NASCAR Busch (Xfinity) Series race from Pike's Peak International Raceway. Pike's Peak is sort of a forgotten track as it hasn't hosted NASCAR since 2005 but it was great to look back at this awesome facility and recap a great NASCAR Busch Series race. Enjoy!…
 
Think you can identify '80s and '90s movies based on descriptions from Big D's elderly Swedish mom? Put your skills to the test with this special episode of Shat The Movies for your chance to win a free commissioned movie review. How It Works: Simply listen to Big D’s mother describe 5 actors and 5 movies and decode the correct answers. When you th…
 
Join our Patreon for extra episodes and VHS goodness! Patreon.com/VHSbandits You've seen her bedtime stories, you've seen her get attacked by Jack Nicholson, now see Shelley Duvall's magnum opus: Mother Goose Rock N Rhyme! In what is possibly the most 90's looking kid's movie from the 90s Gordon Goose and Bo Peep are on a mission to save Mother Goo…
 
Hammer Horror Week is back! That's right we spun the Wheel of Horror and ended up with a few wild ones. First up we review These Are The Damned (1962) about a black leather gang who teams up with an old dude to try and stop experiments on kids. Then we review Vampire Circus (1972) about a town that is cursed by a vampire who they killed. Everyone i…
 
To kick off Pride Month, we’re celebrating our favorite LGBTQ+ direct-to-video filmmaker David DeCoteau and the second film in his softcore horror franchise “The Brotherhood”. Three college outcasts must break the Ten Commandments to obtain power from the new Warlock on campus, but the only real power they have may just be perfect abs.…
 
Danny, Proto, and Slim chat about Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981). Other topics include Danny not following his friends on Letterboxd, Ty's Secret Movie Santa in Discord, Black Runner in 4K, Alien in 4K, Phantom Menace in 4K, the first On Deck episode from the Cinenauts, and more. Subscribe on Spotify for access to exclusive episodes! Support the 70…
 
Carlo, Dan and Jenna sit down with Bart D'Alauro of Cinema60 to talk about his previous life as the owner of a particularly fantastic DVD rental store in Brunswick, Maine. Bart & Greg's DVD Explosion was a staple of its cinema-going community for over fifteen years when it finally succumbed to the evil, convenient powers of Netflix. In this latest …
 
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