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A look at the past one videotape at a time

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VHS Rewind! - 1980 Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade - 7th Annual

The years just tick by so quickly! Chris and RetroDad are too lazy to go back into the archives to see how many Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parades we have reviewed so 7 sounds like a good number! This year we found an incomplete copy of the 1980 Parade and missing from our copy was Gil Gerard and Todd Bridges but it Includes performances by the casts of the Broadway shows "Barnum," "Brigadoon," "The Pirates of Penzance" and "A Day in Hollywood/A Night in the Ukraine" and by the Puerto Rican youth dance troupe Ballet Isleño. The stars include Danielle Brisebois, Dean Butler, Erik Estrada, and so many other and of course, Ed McMahon as the town drunk RetroDad and Chris from VHS Rewind wish you a Happy Thanksgiving!

137 MIN4 d ago
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VHS Rewind! - 1980 Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade - 7th Annual

VHS Rewind! - Tales From the Darkside (1983) - From FYC Archives

In this throwback from the FOR YOUR CONSIDERATION podcast archives,We have another Halloween treat for you! Chris and I discussed the fun and mesmerizing horrorTV seriescreated byGeorge A. Romero, Tales From the Darkside which aired 37 years ago today on October 29th 1983! We hope you all have a Happy and Safe Halloween. "Tales from the Darksideis a 1980s AmericananthologyhorrorTV seriescreated byGeorge A. Romero. Debuting in October 1983 with apilot episodeand then being picked up forsyndicationin September 1984, the show ran for 4 seasons through July 1988. Each episode, aired originally byTribune Broadcastinglate at night, was an individualshort storythat often ended with a plot twist. The series' episodes spanned the genres of horror,science fiction, andfantasy, and some episodes featured elements ofblack comedy or more lighthearted themes."

46 MIN2 w ago
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VHS Rewind! - Tales From the Darkside (1983) - From FYC Archives

VHS Rewind! - 3rd Annual Halloween Mixtape

We have the Halloween treat you have been waiting for: the annual VHS Rewind/Mixtape Rewind epic crossover Halloween music episode. Listen (with the lights out) as host Christopher Hasler conducts a scary, spooky musical celebration of the most famous monsters of filmdom. Be prepared to rock, roll, disco dance and scream the night away. We hope you all have a Happy and Safe Halloween.

79 MINOCT 18
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VHS Rewind! - 3rd Annual Halloween Mixtape

VHS Rewind! - Breakin' (1984) - From Phuyuck's Archives

In this throwback from the PHUYUCK podcast archives, Mark and Chris discuss Breakin' Which was originally released on May 4th, 1984. "A struggling young jazz dancer meets up with two break-dancers. Together they become the sensation of the street crowds."

45 MINOCT 10
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VHS Rewind! - Breakin' (1984) - From Phuyuck's Archives

VHS Rewind! - The Greatest American Heroine (1986) - From FYC Archives

In this throwback from the FOR YOUR CONSIDERATION podcast archives, Mark and Chris discuss The Greatest American Heroine pilot episode that originally aired back in 1986! During 1986, the original principal cast reunited for a pilot movie for a newNBCseries to be namedThe Greatest American Heroine, which did not result in a new series, and the pilot was never broadcast by NBC. Ultimately, the pilot was re-edited as an episode of the original series (complete with original opening credits and theme), and added tosyndicationsets of the original series aired on several local television stations in the late 80s, for which it is the final episode. Immediately after the beginning credits, the episode's title card is superimposed over a nighttime view of the Los Angeles skyline, reading "The Greatest American Hero" before appending the letters "i n e" individually to the sound of theNBC chimes. The chimes were a nod to NBC and its president,Brandon Tartikoff, who had expressed interest in ...

41 MINOCT 4
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VHS Rewind! - The Greatest American Heroine (1986) - From FYC Archives

VHS Rewind! - Fingers (1978): A PhuYuckThrowback

For your Consideration was a podcast that Alex Saltz and Mark started back in the summer of 2011, the goal was to review the Pilot episodes of TV shows and Chris Hasler began co-hosting with Mark towards the end of season 1. Eventually, Chris and Mark would end the For Your Consideration show after 24 episodes to start a new show, with a focus on films entitled PhuYuckin January of2013. PhuYuck would run for a total of 10 episodes before Chris and Mark renamed the show and started over again, with VHS Rewind! which encapsulates ALL retro tv and film. We hope you like this look back at where the current show came from. In this throwback episode I bring you, PhuYuck! In this episode Chris and mark discuss the 1978 Harvey Keitel film, Fingers. "A dysfunctional young man is pulled between loyalties to his Italian mob-connected loan shark father and his mentally disturbed Jewish concert pianist mother."

52 MINSEP 27
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VHS Rewind! - Fingers (1978): A PhuYuckThrowback

VHS Rewind! - American Movie (1999) & Overnight (2003): A PhuYuckThrowback

For your Consideration was a podcast that Alex Saltz and Mark started back in the summer of 2011, the goal was to review the Pilot episodes of TV shows and Chris Hasler began co-hosting with Mark towards the end of season 1. Eventually, Chris and Mark would end the For Your Consideration show after 24 episodes to start a new show, with a focus on films entitled PhuYuckin January of2013. PhuYuck would run for a total of 10 episodes before Chris and Mark renamed the show and started over again, with VHS Rewind! which encapsulates ALL retro tv and film. We hope you like this look back at where the current show came from. In this throwback episode I bring you, PhuYuck! In this episode Chris and mark discuss the amazing documentaries, American Movie and Overnight. They are both worth your time and absolutely unforgettable! American Movie: Documentary about an aspiring filmmaker's attempts to finance his dream project by finally completing the low-budget horror film he abandoned years before Director:Chris Smith Stars:Mark Borchardt,Mike Schank,Tom Schimmels Overnight: A documentary on the rise and stumble ofTroy Duffy, the bartender-cum-filmmaker who was swept up by Miramax'sHarvey Weinstein to turn his script for The Boondock Saints into a feature film. Directors:Tony Montana,Mark Brian Smith Writers: Tony Montana,Mark Brian Smith Stars:Troy Duffy,Jeffrey Baxter,Chris Brinker

73 MINSEP 13
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VHS Rewind! - American Movie (1999) & Overnight (2003): A PhuYuckThrowback

VHS Rewind! - Roomies (1987) - From FYC Archives

For your Consideration was a podcast that Alex Saltz and Mark started back in the summer of 2011, the goal was to review the Pilot episodes of TV shows and Chris Hasler began co-hosting with Mark towards the end of season 1. Eventually, Chris and Mark would end the For Your Consideration show after 24 episodes to start a new show, with a focus on films entitled PhuYuckin January of2013. PhuYuck would run for a total of 10 episodes before Chris and Mark renamed the show and started over again, with VHS Rewind! which encapsulates ALL retro tv and film. We hope you like this look back at where the current show came from. Burt Young and Cory Haim have finally(?) teamed up for a hilarious(?) sitcom! Mark and Chris discuss the pilot to this incredibly strange comedy. "A 42-year-old Marine sergeant and a 14-year-old fish-obsessed genius strike a perfect and reciprocal balance as college freshmen roommates."

59 MINSEP 6
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VHS Rewind! - Roomies (1987) - From FYC Archives

VHS Rewind! - Less Than Zero (1987)

Mark and Chris discuss Less Than Zero as we continue our #Spaderthon! This is part of our award winning #Spaderthon! A college freshman returns to L.A. for the holidays at his ex-girlfriend's request, but discovers that his former best friend has an out-of-control drug habit. Director: Marek Kanievska Writers: Bret Easton Ellis(novel),Harley Peyton (screenplay) Originally released on: November 6, 1987

131 MINJUL 25
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VHS Rewind! - Less Than Zero (1987)

VHS Rewind! - The New Kids (1985)

Mark and Chris discuss The New Kids which first came to theaters on January 11, 1985 This is part of our award winning #Spaderthon! A brother and sister (Shannon Presby and Lori Loughlin) lose their parents in a tragic accident, and are sent to live with relatives in Florida. They are repeatedly bullied and traumatized by the local yahoo played wickedly by James Spader. What follows is a late night showdown at an empty carnival between good and evil, all in the name of survival. Lori Loughlin delivers a decent performance, as well does Shannon Presby as her very protective brother. However, James Spader's convincing performance is pure evil, at its best. As far as bully films go, this is one of the best.

130 MINJUL 5
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VHS Rewind! - The New Kids (1985)

Latest Episodes

VHS Rewind! - 1980 Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade - 7th Annual

The years just tick by so quickly! Chris and RetroDad are too lazy to go back into the archives to see how many Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parades we have reviewed so 7 sounds like a good number! This year we found an incomplete copy of the 1980 Parade and missing from our copy was Gil Gerard and Todd Bridges but it Includes performances by the casts of the Broadway shows "Barnum," "Brigadoon," "The Pirates of Penzance" and "A Day in Hollywood/A Night in the Ukraine" and by the Puerto Rican youth dance troupe Ballet Isleño. The stars include Danielle Brisebois, Dean Butler, Erik Estrada, and so many other and of course, Ed McMahon as the town drunk RetroDad and Chris from VHS Rewind wish you a Happy Thanksgiving!

137 MIN4 d ago
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VHS Rewind! - 1980 Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade - 7th Annual

VHS Rewind! - Tales From the Darkside (1983) - From FYC Archives

In this throwback from the FOR YOUR CONSIDERATION podcast archives,We have another Halloween treat for you! Chris and I discussed the fun and mesmerizing horrorTV seriescreated byGeorge A. Romero, Tales From the Darkside which aired 37 years ago today on October 29th 1983! We hope you all have a Happy and Safe Halloween. "Tales from the Darksideis a 1980s AmericananthologyhorrorTV seriescreated byGeorge A. Romero. Debuting in October 1983 with apilot episodeand then being picked up forsyndicationin September 1984, the show ran for 4 seasons through July 1988. Each episode, aired originally byTribune Broadcastinglate at night, was an individualshort storythat often ended with a plot twist. The series' episodes spanned the genres of horror,science fiction, andfantasy, and some episodes featured elements ofblack comedy or more lighthearted themes."

46 MIN2 w ago
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VHS Rewind! - Tales From the Darkside (1983) - From FYC Archives

VHS Rewind! - 3rd Annual Halloween Mixtape

We have the Halloween treat you have been waiting for: the annual VHS Rewind/Mixtape Rewind epic crossover Halloween music episode. Listen (with the lights out) as host Christopher Hasler conducts a scary, spooky musical celebration of the most famous monsters of filmdom. Be prepared to rock, roll, disco dance and scream the night away. We hope you all have a Happy and Safe Halloween.

79 MINOCT 18
Comments
VHS Rewind! - 3rd Annual Halloween Mixtape

VHS Rewind! - Breakin' (1984) - From Phuyuck's Archives

In this throwback from the PHUYUCK podcast archives, Mark and Chris discuss Breakin' Which was originally released on May 4th, 1984. "A struggling young jazz dancer meets up with two break-dancers. Together they become the sensation of the street crowds."

45 MINOCT 10
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VHS Rewind! - Breakin' (1984) - From Phuyuck's Archives

VHS Rewind! - The Greatest American Heroine (1986) - From FYC Archives

In this throwback from the FOR YOUR CONSIDERATION podcast archives, Mark and Chris discuss The Greatest American Heroine pilot episode that originally aired back in 1986! During 1986, the original principal cast reunited for a pilot movie for a newNBCseries to be namedThe Greatest American Heroine, which did not result in a new series, and the pilot was never broadcast by NBC. Ultimately, the pilot was re-edited as an episode of the original series (complete with original opening credits and theme), and added tosyndicationsets of the original series aired on several local television stations in the late 80s, for which it is the final episode. Immediately after the beginning credits, the episode's title card is superimposed over a nighttime view of the Los Angeles skyline, reading "The Greatest American Hero" before appending the letters "i n e" individually to the sound of theNBC chimes. The chimes were a nod to NBC and its president,Brandon Tartikoff, who had expressed interest in ...

41 MINOCT 4
Comments
VHS Rewind! - The Greatest American Heroine (1986) - From FYC Archives

VHS Rewind! - Fingers (1978): A PhuYuckThrowback

For your Consideration was a podcast that Alex Saltz and Mark started back in the summer of 2011, the goal was to review the Pilot episodes of TV shows and Chris Hasler began co-hosting with Mark towards the end of season 1. Eventually, Chris and Mark would end the For Your Consideration show after 24 episodes to start a new show, with a focus on films entitled PhuYuckin January of2013. PhuYuck would run for a total of 10 episodes before Chris and Mark renamed the show and started over again, with VHS Rewind! which encapsulates ALL retro tv and film. We hope you like this look back at where the current show came from. In this throwback episode I bring you, PhuYuck! In this episode Chris and mark discuss the 1978 Harvey Keitel film, Fingers. "A dysfunctional young man is pulled between loyalties to his Italian mob-connected loan shark father and his mentally disturbed Jewish concert pianist mother."

52 MINSEP 27
Comments
VHS Rewind! - Fingers (1978): A PhuYuckThrowback

VHS Rewind! - American Movie (1999) & Overnight (2003): A PhuYuckThrowback

For your Consideration was a podcast that Alex Saltz and Mark started back in the summer of 2011, the goal was to review the Pilot episodes of TV shows and Chris Hasler began co-hosting with Mark towards the end of season 1. Eventually, Chris and Mark would end the For Your Consideration show after 24 episodes to start a new show, with a focus on films entitled PhuYuckin January of2013. PhuYuck would run for a total of 10 episodes before Chris and Mark renamed the show and started over again, with VHS Rewind! which encapsulates ALL retro tv and film. We hope you like this look back at where the current show came from. In this throwback episode I bring you, PhuYuck! In this episode Chris and mark discuss the amazing documentaries, American Movie and Overnight. They are both worth your time and absolutely unforgettable! American Movie: Documentary about an aspiring filmmaker's attempts to finance his dream project by finally completing the low-budget horror film he abandoned years before Director:Chris Smith Stars:Mark Borchardt,Mike Schank,Tom Schimmels Overnight: A documentary on the rise and stumble ofTroy Duffy, the bartender-cum-filmmaker who was swept up by Miramax'sHarvey Weinstein to turn his script for The Boondock Saints into a feature film. Directors:Tony Montana,Mark Brian Smith Writers: Tony Montana,Mark Brian Smith Stars:Troy Duffy,Jeffrey Baxter,Chris Brinker

73 MINSEP 13
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VHS Rewind! - American Movie (1999) & Overnight (2003): A PhuYuckThrowback

VHS Rewind! - Roomies (1987) - From FYC Archives

For your Consideration was a podcast that Alex Saltz and Mark started back in the summer of 2011, the goal was to review the Pilot episodes of TV shows and Chris Hasler began co-hosting with Mark towards the end of season 1. Eventually, Chris and Mark would end the For Your Consideration show after 24 episodes to start a new show, with a focus on films entitled PhuYuckin January of2013. PhuYuck would run for a total of 10 episodes before Chris and Mark renamed the show and started over again, with VHS Rewind! which encapsulates ALL retro tv and film. We hope you like this look back at where the current show came from. Burt Young and Cory Haim have finally(?) teamed up for a hilarious(?) sitcom! Mark and Chris discuss the pilot to this incredibly strange comedy. "A 42-year-old Marine sergeant and a 14-year-old fish-obsessed genius strike a perfect and reciprocal balance as college freshmen roommates."

59 MINSEP 6
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VHS Rewind! - Roomies (1987) - From FYC Archives

VHS Rewind! - Less Than Zero (1987)

Mark and Chris discuss Less Than Zero as we continue our #Spaderthon! This is part of our award winning #Spaderthon! A college freshman returns to L.A. for the holidays at his ex-girlfriend's request, but discovers that his former best friend has an out-of-control drug habit. Director: Marek Kanievska Writers: Bret Easton Ellis(novel),Harley Peyton (screenplay) Originally released on: November 6, 1987

131 MINJUL 25
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VHS Rewind! - Less Than Zero (1987)

VHS Rewind! - The New Kids (1985)

Mark and Chris discuss The New Kids which first came to theaters on January 11, 1985 This is part of our award winning #Spaderthon! A brother and sister (Shannon Presby and Lori Loughlin) lose their parents in a tragic accident, and are sent to live with relatives in Florida. They are repeatedly bullied and traumatized by the local yahoo played wickedly by James Spader. What follows is a late night showdown at an empty carnival between good and evil, all in the name of survival. Lori Loughlin delivers a decent performance, as well does Shannon Presby as her very protective brother. However, James Spader's convincing performance is pure evil, at its best. As far as bully films go, this is one of the best.

130 MINJUL 5
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VHS Rewind! - The New Kids (1985)
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