Celebrate the VHS tape and the cheesy, awesome movies it gave us

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Do you have a VCR? Then it's time to dust it off, because if you still own one, then chances are you're a fan of the format, as well as the weird, goofy direct-to-VHS titles of the '80s. The new documentary Rewind This! is their ultimate tribute — plus, the movie actually comes out on videotape!

Rewind This!


Don't worry, the VHS version also comes with a DVD copy. The film also comes with a special bonus documentary on Laserdisc. I'm serious.



Riddick finds himself in a situation almost exactly like the one he found himself in during Pitch Black, only this time Starbuck is there (and taking a gratuitous shower).



The remake of the movie of the Stephen King book of the same name, which posits that having telekinetic powers does not make you cool, nor does it make high school particularly easier to deal with.

You're Next


Guys in wolf masks randomly decide to terrorize an extended family vacationing in a cabin. Maybe they're related to the Freys or something?

Naruto Shippuden Uncut Set 17


Madara declares war on the entire world, and the five Kages join forces to stop him. Warning: The battle will make the fight between Goku and Frieza in Dragonball Z seem a masterpiece of efficient storytelling.

Marvel Knights: Wolverine Vs. Sabretooth


A motion comic of Jeph Loeb and Simone Bianchi's title of the same name, where Wolverine and Sabretooth fight to the death! (I.e., a few weeks off.)

The Universe in 3D: A Whole New Dimension


Hey, History Channel documentary — I don't want to tell you your business, but I'm pretty sure the universe has been in at least three dimensions for a while now.

Unico Double Feature


Two early '80s movies about a rambunctious young unicorn assembled from the hit anime TV series by Osamu "God of Manga" Tezuka. Oh, it's on Blu-ray, too.