6 episodes

A monthly adventure into the wild world of obscure VHS titles from the '70s, '80s and '90s! From holiday-themed horror to Star Wars rip-offs, there were countless trends from the mid-'80s to early '90s as the advent of home video created a new market for producers of both low and high-budget cinema. Many of these films have been forgotten. Many of them are probably best left forgotten! Together we are going to discover the weirdest, campiest, craziest films you’ve probably never heard of...inside My Dad’s Video Store.Join indie filmmakers/movie fanatics B.C. Jones, Waylon Bacon, and Gray Creasy as they delve into specially curated blocks of VHS titles plucked from the shelves of a 1980s video store. 

My Dad's Video Store B.C. Jones, Waylon Bacon, and Gray Creasy

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A monthly adventure into the wild world of obscure VHS titles from the '70s, '80s and '90s! From holiday-themed horror to Star Wars rip-offs, there were countless trends from the mid-'80s to early '90s as the advent of home video created a new market for producers of both low and high-budget cinema. Many of these films have been forgotten. Many of them are probably best left forgotten! Together we are going to discover the weirdest, campiest, craziest films you’ve probably never heard of...inside My Dad’s Video Store.Join indie filmmakers/movie fanatics B.C. Jones, Waylon Bacon, and Gray Creasy as they delve into specially curated blocks of VHS titles plucked from the shelves of a 1980s video store. 

    My Dad's Video Store Introduction

    My Dad's Video Store Introduction

    Find out what what this show is all about!Original Music and episode audio mastering by Beau Hitt. Check out more of Beau's music at the link below.https://spoti.fi/3OcxTMSFollow us on :FacebookInstagramLetterboxd

    • 1 min
    Haven't I Seen This Film Before - with special guest Jason Shawhan

    Haven't I Seen This Film Before - with special guest Jason Shawhan

    This month we discuss lesser known films from the 80s that pre-date more beloved and well known films. Join us as we discuss Eyes of Fire from 1983 ( that echoes Robert Eggers The Witch), Sole Survivor from 1983 (a haunting precursor to Final Destination), The Vindicator from 1986 (an accidental predictor of Robocop) and 1986’s Witchboard (2014’s Ouija owes it all to this one) Original Music and episode audio mastering by Beau Hitt. Check out more of Beau's music at the...

    • 1 hr 51 min
    The Great Unsung Superheroes

    The Great Unsung Superheroes

    Superhero films have not always been the kings of the box office. Join us as we discuss Swamp Thing, The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension, Howard the Duck, and Darkman. Original Music and episode audio mastering by Beau Hitt. Check out more of Beau's music at the link below.https://spoti.fi/3OcxTMSFollow us on :FacebookInstagramLetterboxd

    • 2 hr 4 min
    Enter the Kosugi

    Enter the Kosugi

    Ninja films were a huge sub-genre for the straight-to-video market in the '80s. After the success of Enter the Ninja, Sho Kosugi became the go-to ninja master and the face of the Ninja craze. Join us as we Enter the Kosugi and discuss four of his films: Revenge of the Ninja, Ninja III: The Domination, Pray for Death, and 9 Deaths of the Ninja on this month’s episode of My Dad’s Video Store!Original Music and episode audio mastering by Beau Hitt. Check out more of Beau's music at the link...

    • 2 hr 1 min
    The Dark Side of Disney

    The Dark Side of Disney

    Before Michael Eisner and Jeffrey Katzenberg took over the reigns at Disney, Ron Miller ran Disney and produced a string of dark, edgy films that seem off brand today. On this month's episode, we will discuss The Black Hole (1979), The Watcher in the Woods (1980), Something Wicked This Way Comes (1983), and Return to Oz (1985). Original Music and episode audio mastering by Beau Hitt. Check out more of Beau's music at the link below.https://spoti.fi/3OcxTMSFollow us on :FacebookInstagramL...

    • 1 hr 49 min
    Capital Dismemberment

    Capital Dismemberment

    On this month's episode, we discuss films released in the late 80s that feature executed convicts returning from the dead to take their shocking revenge. Join us for in depth discussions about the films Prison (1987), Destroyer (1988), The Horror Show (1989), and Shocker (1989). Original Music and episode audio mastering by Beau Hitt. Check out more of Beau's music at the link below.https://spoti.fi/3OcxTMSFollow us on :FacebookInstagramLetterboxd

    • 1 hr 38 min

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