It's only been seven years since the video rental chain packed it in, but that’s apparently enough time to make us miss it.
Two-hundred new 90s and early 2000s tapes hit the Internet Archive from the same group in just in the last two months.
Searching for a worn 'Night at the Roxbury' tape to complete your collection? You're in luck!
Available for just 24 hours, his new limited-edition drop of 'Endless' transfers it from its original video format to VHS, CD, vinyl, the deepest corners of your mind.
Some of the tapes contain never-before-seen footage for US gamers.
In the 40th issue of FELT Zine, VCRs live on through the retro glitch art of Thomas McMahan.
The Romanian artist's new song addresses rape culture and victim blaming in male-dominated electronic scenes.
Circuit-bent processors deliver some nostalgic VHS vibes from mid-90s Japan, and a fake documentary about a lost jellyfish becomes a low budget nod to Leni Riefenstahl in two new music videos from PolyGlove.
By 3D scanning the band Woman, Cologne-based creatives Dmitry Zakharov and Jake Harrison Meyer explore the various types of modern reality.
We caught up with the psychedelic comedy video collective Everything Is Terrible! to discuss their gloriously bizarro vision and massive archive of found footage.
For more than 20 years, John Scherer’s Video Professor offered instructional videos and discs to make computers accessible to novices. Where did it go?