Do you like myself, long for the days of tracking and VHS fuzz for your viewing pleasure? for many of us this is how we first watched some of the greatest films (and not so great films) of our youth. We didn't have the luxury of Hi-Def or flawless Blu-Ray quality, we had to settle on bootleg store copies or previously viewed cassettes. In a way it made it all better. The grittiness seemed to make the film more exciting. Shout Factory TV VHS Vault hopes to bring back these nostalgic pangs by converting several of their streaming titles into VHS-like rips.
Now, before I shower all the love on SFTV VHSV, may I direct your attention to the below example of our Culturally Significant TV logo and Shout Factory TV's logo.
Not resting on the streaming of VHS versions of some of our favorite titles, Shout Factory has also lovingly created a website mimicking those early days of Angelfire and Netscape, even down to the crude animation and "dancing baby" graphic.
Their retro streaming titles include Day of the Dead
|Traumatized and shy Angela Baker gets sent to a totally bogus summer camp that doesn’t even have a Nintendo in Sleepaway Camp. Once she gets there, everything goes super smoothly–NOT. Leave your jean jacket at home so it doesn’t get covered in blood.|
Exterminators of the Year 3000
Night of the Demons
Adjust Your Tracking.