Tonight a recently made 23 minute documentary came to my attention titled Traces Of Analog, which explores the importance of VHS in the life of the short's filmmaker Eileen Smith as well as the worldwide relevance of the VHS tape, here in the year 2012. Featuring conversations with several avid VHS aficionados, and alternately shot in high definition and analog video, it's a fascinating little insight into why those of us that love the format still to this day cherish it so much.
So adjust the tracking on your VCR and enjoy, fellow tapeheads. And remember; BE KIND, REWIND!
DID YOU KNOW? The last movie to be widely released on VHS was David Cronenberg's A History Of Violence, back in 2006.