Before DVDs, before Video On Demand and before Netflix, there was the VHS revolution. It was a time when movie nerds would rush to the nearest Blockbuster (remember that place?) or the local mom and pop video store every weekend to grab the latest home video releases.
It was also before the Internet, so the only way you knew if a movie was good was by watching it yourself. For indie films that had limited or no theatrical distribution, you had to judge the book by its cover. Then the digital age came and took away a large chunk of the fun.
In comes Ti West ("House of the Devil" and the upcoming "The ABCs of Death"), Adam Wingard (director of the highly anticipated "You're Next" and "The ABCs of Death"), Joe Swanberg ("Uncle Kent," "Hannah Takes the Stairs"), Glenn McQuaid ("I Sell the Dead"), David Buckner ("The Signal"), Radio Silence »
- Chase Whale
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