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The ever-expanding landscape of the fresh VHS movement has offered an array of rewind-inclined releases ranging from obscurities unearthed to re-animations of scarce cult classics to mind-boggling mix-tapes. But perhaps the most interesting and exciting aspect the fresh VHS happening is how it’s provided a platform for indie filmmakers to present their work in a retro-radical format that connects them to a specific sphere of inclinations and tastes. Whether it be as a perk for their current crowdfund campaign or just as a straight-up radical special edition of the film, committing their film to VHS is now again a viable...

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80s, Category_Collecting, Category_Groovy Stuff, Category_VHS, Category_Weirdness, Comedy, indie film, KUNG FURY, Martial Arts, Nightforce, Nightforce Video, Swedish, VHS -

Tapeheads inclined to enjoy the neo-retro 80s wave aesthetic may have caught on to the recently released and totally radical Swedish martial arts / comedy flick from David Sandberg called KUNG FURY, but if not, you can catch up on all of it’s outrageous hyperbolic action, bitchin’ VHS aesthetics and over-the-top campy comedy right HERE. Trust me: if you’ve never caught sight of this short film, clickity-click that previous link and get ready to experience some seriously spectacular and explosive indie film awesomeness. And now, thanks to the video vindicators over at Nightforce Video, you’ll soon be able to stick...

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Category_Collecting, Category_Groovy Stuff, Category_VHS, Category_Weirdness, coming-of-age, drama, home video, indie film, Jon YonKondy, NEPA, shot on video, small town, SOV, Susquehanna, VHS -

When most Tapeheads think of shot-on-video filmmaking, they’re almost immediately inclined to think of no-budget, backyard flicks oozing with gallons of homemade blood and guts. And with good reason, man. Consumer grade camcorders helped innumerable fledgling filmmakers bring their indie nightmares to flesh and tape, no matter how horrific, ham-fisted or downright insane. But filmmaker Jon YonKondy sees through the shot-on-video lens a little differently. Though he had a late bloom into the world of filmmaking, he’s since been able to work alongside some heavy-hitting productions and actors, and continues to make moves in the bigger-budget film world. However, when...

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