Home Videos of Real Life Murders!
It pains me to think that there are people on this earth who don’t know the joys and sometimes struggles of searching the isles of a mom-and-pop video store on a Friday night looking for a movie to rent. There are so many streaming services nowadays with even more movies to watch on each one. There are kids growing up with thousands of movies ready to play at the push of a button. It’s all about convenience over experience. And video stores were an experience. Searching the isle, looking at the box art. Being able to finally decide which movies you can watch in the comfort of your own home was a huge deal and one that kids today may not be able to understand. 1987’s Video Violence revels in this era and was actually a huge part of it. Some younger viewers may not be able to understand the impact of the home video market present in this film. And the way I see it, it’s the duty of reviewers like myself and of the fans, to share the brilliance and importance of Video Violence. To unlock this living time capsule and to share to the world why Video Violence still kicks butt.
Graveyard Shift" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 Licensehttp://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
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