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« on: April 23, 2018, 01:14:11 pm »


      
                  
Lost horror movies nobody talks about anymore
         
         
         
         
                                             
                     
                     
                     
                     
                  
               
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                                       Mike Floorwalker
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                        Way back at the dawn of time that was the 1970s and '80s, your grandpa and his friends didn't have streaming media like us future people. They had to rely on VHS tapes, great big honkers the size of shoe boxes that displayed crappy video, and did it poorly. The thing is, some pretty cool movies were released to home video during that time, and a lot of them never made the jump to other formats as technology progressed. If you ask the internet nicely enough, you can still find those old tapes floating around, and if you happen to be a horror fan, there's some real gold to mine.
Many of these obscure and underappreciated horror films of yore are films you'll only be able to watch if you catch some weirdo selling off his old VHS copies on eBay and if you and four friends are able to haul that old 60-pound VCR out of Grandpa's storage unit. Other films here can be found online, maybe in official DVD releases, or in bootleg format. (Please don't buy bootleg copies their quality is crap, and you aren't really helping anything.) Here are lost horror films that definitely deserved better.

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