VHS Ate My Brain

VHS Ate My Brain Yeah VHS tapes remember them Andrew Hawnt does and so do a lot of other cult film geeks around the world still watching and collecting weird movies on that beloved dead format VHS ATE MY BRAIN is t

  • Title: VHS Ate My Brain
  • Author: Andrew Hawnt
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 319
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Yeah, VHS tapes remember them Andrew Hawnt does, and so do a lot of other cult film geeks around the world, still watching and collecting weird movies on that beloved dead format VHS ATE MY BRAIN is the chronicle of a life spent in front of too many bad movies and a few good ones and appreciating them as art because nobody else will So switch to the A V channel, sYeah, VHS tapes remember them Andrew Hawnt does, and so do a lot of other cult film geeks around the world, still watching and collecting weird movies on that beloved dead format VHS ATE MY BRAIN is the chronicle of a life spent in front of too many bad movies and a few good ones and appreciating them as art because nobody else will So switch to the A V channel, sort out your tracking and fast forward past the copyright warning This is how VHS ate my brain

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    1. This book is so fun to read, yet incredibly sad. I miss VHS tapes. I've never been an online streaming fan and yet I know that my old box full of tapes are going to eventually fall apart, and my VCR will at some point break down. There's something to be said for VHS, the feeling of actually holding onto something real, something that isn't just binary data slipping through the information superhighway - and I think VHS Ate My Brain captures this nostalgia for the days of VHS perfectly, from the [...]

    2. 4.5/5 stars (I only take a half star off because there are SEVERAL typos throughout this book) I have many fond memories of walking the aisles of mom and pop video stores. Ahhose were the days. When I stumbled across this book on , I knew I had to read it and it did not disappoint. While I do not still collect VHS tapes, I do have a few and respect the hobby and certainly understand it. This book is fantastic at explaining the lasting appeal of VHS and a good examination of the history of the fo [...]

    3. DisappointingI bought my first VCR back in 1977 (when I was 15), so I had high hopes for some shared VHS memories, as well as some interesting new ones, being found in this book.Unfortunately, what I found,overall, was rather generic and bland; and even though told from a British perspective, I read nothing new that I hadn't heard before.Forced humor, combined with what I found to be a lack of enthusiasm. made it truly hard for me to enjoy this book, no matter how badly I wanted toTE: Kindle edi [...]

    4. A reasonably short and sweet loveletter to VHS tapes and genre films. Although not particularly well written the author puts so much passion into it that it is a pleasure to read and for VHS geeks like me during the late 80s and early 90s it was a fun and nostalgic trip down memory lane.

    5. Author Andrew Hawnt and myself have something in common: we both grew up during the VHS boom, renting tons of tapes and enjoying every minute of it. The difference? He wrote a whole book about it, I didn’t.VHS Ate My Brain is a love letter of a book to a time and place in movie watching history that will never be repeated. The release of VHS tapes to the masses was a huge cultural shift in our movie watching habits. Remember, before VHS the only way to catch a movie was at the theater or maybe [...]

    6. Þessi bók er ólík þeim sem ég hef verið að lesa að því leyti að hún er voðalega persónuleg. Sá hluti hennar sem fjallar um reynslu höfundar er skemmtilegur. Það er líka góð umfjöllun um "video nasties" í Bretlandi. Bókin hefði þurft betri ritstýringu og sumir kaflar voru fullkomlega óáhugaverðir. Þessi höfðar væntanlega helst til hryllingsmyndaáhugamanna.

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