I do.not for long though.My library i went to the other day said they didnt have a movie that I wanted to watch on VHS.That it was only available on DVD.The thing is just a week ago they told me it WAS available on VHS but now its not cause they are switching everything to DVD.Everythings all going to DVD now so now I have no choice but to get a DVD player.thats my new years resolution.
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i have only my favorites, but not all of them. but when the dvd came out, my family didn't buy it for a while; we had so many VHS.
no that i've moved to my own apt. i just borrowed [took] a few of my favorites : Princess Bride, Shakespeare in Love, Romancing the Stone and The Jewel of the Nile, Four Weddings and a Funeral, Citizen Kane, His Girl FridAY, Ferris Bueller's Day Off, and Indy Jones The Last Crusade.
I know that seems like a lot, but trust me, it's not.
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Funny I came upton this thread as I was just thinking about VHS'es today.
Now the thing is my big room here is basiclly me and my friends studio when we work with movies, so therefore we need a great deal of equiptment available to us, because you never know what you might have to check out etc. So that means a VHS is a must.
Now about the movies, well this is what got me thinking about VHS'es today, I was kinda bored and I thought hell, I'l go down to the ol guest room and dig trough that closet which contains like 150 VHS'es half of them are either movies I've copied or recorded back in the day when I was like 12 or something.
So I found like 20 tapes which cought my interest, and I took them upstairs to flip trough as some did not have a name on them, and some I wanted to see. Now something starnged happend to me, I somehow fell in love with that shoddy quality, it was just like watching movies when I was a kid. I don't know why but it had something to it, some charm of some sort, the damn ol VHS, now im going to watch all those 20 movies on VHS!