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Crunchy Frog - 2015-12-07
Days of Judgment is a documentary on the Salem Witch trials. Never released on DVD, obscure enough to not even have an IMDB page.


Pardon My Blooper never had an official DVD release (but bootlegs have been circulating around cons for awhile).

Bethune is another true rarity with no DVD release. Not the 1990 version in which Donald Sutherland joins the incomparable British actress Helen Mirren, but the 1977 version in which Donald Sutherland joins the fairly experienced Canadian actress Kate Nelligan. Whole film is here:


His first "best find," "Ghost Story," is not all that rare on VHS and has been released on DVD. But it is the last movie to feature Fred Astaire, Melvyn Douglas, and Douglas Fairbanks Jr., so that's kinda neat.

"Elves," on the other hand, is a good find. It's available both on DVD and VHS, but not especially easy to get in either format. Brand new, too. You could easily get for a good condition USED VHS of it. Great score, kid!
Scrimmjob - 2015-12-08
Tommy never made it to Monster Mania.

VHS addiction kills.
chumbucket - 2015-12-08
I would like to meet this kid's parents.
boner - 2015-12-08
I had to explain to an intern at work what an audio cassette is
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