It occurred to me recently that I haven't been doing as many posts about VHS and other vintage pursuits lately, so you can expect more of those in the coming weeks. It is, after all, why I started this thing up in the first place, isn't it?
On that note, a few weekends ago Schwartz & I took a trip out to The Vault in Cambridge and picked up some VHS.
They really don't come more 'eighties home video' than this, do they? To be honest, I was hoping there would be a sweet Mogul video intro on this tape, but no such luck.
The Nesting is a movie that I've always known about, but never seen. I'm hoping to double it up for a future haunted house movie night. However, DirtyRobot & I still need to get our hands on a VHS copy of Superstition before that can happen.
Not to be confused with either my previously mentioned Metamorphosis, or Don Dohler's blood, boobs & beast picture The Alien Factor. I remember this cover from back in the nineties, but only just recently - during one of the Laser Focus podcasts actually - found out this was an unofficial sequel to The Deadly Spawn. That obviously elevated this to 'must buy' status.
Lastly, is Madman. It's been a long time since I've seen this one, but I remember it fondly and put its antagonist Madman Marz up there with other second-tier icons like Slumber Party Massacre's Russ Thorn and My Bloody Valentine's Harry Warden.
So, there we are. Four more for the shelf. Check back tomorrow, when I throw up the posters I acquired on a similar excursion into Kitchener/Waterloo.