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Adjust Your Tracking (2013)

Not Rated | | Documentary | 11 March 2014 (USA)
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A documentary capturing the modern day VHS culture and VHS collectors.
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Credited cast:
Lloyd Kaufman ... Himself
Anthony Timpone ... Himself
Keith J. Crocker Keith J. Crocker ... Himself
Fred Vogel Fred Vogel ... Himself
Bradley Creanzo Bradley Creanzo ... Bradley Creanzo
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Scott Appleby Scott Appleby ... Himself
Will Aria Will Aria ... Himself
Chris Bahr Chris Bahr ... Himself
Alex Bernhardt Alex Bernhardt ... Himself
Phil Blankenship Phil Blankenship ... Himself
Bobby Canipe Jr. Bobby Canipe Jr. ... Himself
Zack Carlson Zack Carlson ... Himself
Matt Carr Matt Carr ... Himself
Joe Clark Joe Clark ... Himself
Steve Co Steve Co ... Himself


Adjust Your Tracking is a feature-length documentary film directed by Levi "Dabeedo" Peretic and Dan Kinem. It's a passion project made by true lovers of the format hoping to capture why VHS holds such a special place in so many different people's hearts. The film features interviews with VHS collectors, video store owners, filmmakers, and distributors. Written by Dan Kinem

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11 March 2014 (USA) See more »

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Adjust Your Tracking: The Untold Story of the VHS Collector See more »

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the VHS collector and the realm of VHS, a loving, incomplete affair
31 May 2013 | by MisterWhiplashSee all my reviews

Even as an executive producer (well, one of 200!) I can look at this from a distance, somewhat. It's entertaining, sometimes very funny, but also a bit unfocused. I wish it had a little more about the change from VHS to DVD and how now DVD is becoming "dead" due to VOD. But the collections are fun to look at, the Quadead Zone story is epic, and you can tell they all either love what they are collecting, or are, at worst, the kind of people you might WANT to watch on Hoarders.

The highlight though for me is the gentleman who has such a collection in his basement that it has become a video store, complete with a crappy old computer, magazine from twenty years ago to tell you what is good or not, and sections delineating this or that film (surprise, he doesn't like drama). On a personal level it bugged me just slightly that the film doesn't have any other video collectors except the horror-hounds (or maybe some collect porn, though I'm sure they hide that - or maybe not, I dunno, I'd need to look through the film again with a fine-tape comb). Are there other collectors out there than JUST horror? Or maybe horror and sci-fi and genre stuff is just where the fun collections are at. Why just have stuff like Ingmar Bergman films when you can have basically home movies that have cool covers? Some of these folks love movies that are featured I'm sure. Others? A stamp collection might be the same thing.

But I say these criticisms with affection. I too am a collector, not to THIS extent that we see with these subjects - one of whom, I must admit, is to the point of possible madness as to pay over 1,000 for a single tape. I will want to watch this again though to soak up some of the titles and the anecdotes. I'd be curious to see what folks who aren't in the "Know" think of all of this; the screening I saw the film was loaded with fellow VHS collector-geeks, some of whom wanted to trade and buy tapes right there. A collector never sleeps, really. Whether someone will actually WATCH Tales from the Quadead zone after they plunk down a month's rent, I am sure I still don't know. As a look at a handful of people holding on to and praising a supposedly "dead" format, it's charming, mostly harmless, featuring crude animations and the "look" of VHS which is appreciated, and has some bite. If it had a little more about the format itself, not just about the collectors, then it would be truly great.

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