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    VHS tribute documentary “ADJUST YOUR TRACKING” ready for screening

    VHS. Three letters that defined an entire generation of horror fans from the ’80s until the new millennium. It redefined the way people consumed cinema in general as it allowed for movies to be watched via home media. To some, VHS tapes were the key to a vault of obscure horror flicks and ingeniously wicked cover art, all of which could be gotten conveniently at a local video store. To others, VHS tapes were a cheap, inferior medium that served best as a stepping stone to the age of DVD and Blu-ray. Not surprisingly, VHS has accumulated a cult of its own and is being given a second life amongst hardcore cinephiles, much of which is chronicled in the new documentary ADJUST YOUR TRACKING: THE UNTOLD STORY OF THE VHS COLLECTOR.

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    Canada to learn “THE ABCs OF DEATH”

    Canadian horror fans, do you know your ABCs? If not, then you’re in luck, as Video Services Corp (VSC) has picked up cult anthology sensation THE ABCs OF DEATH. The film, releasing on DVD/Blu-ray from Magnet Releasing in the U.S. on Tuesday, will be screening in 25 Cineplex theaters in Canada on Thursday, May 23 as part of the chain’s Sinister Cinema series, and will be preceded by a run at the Rio Theatre in Vancouver.

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    Down and dirty with “THE DEPRAVED”

    In the past few years, the urban exploration scene has grown exponentially, with thrill seekers looking for new ways to go off the grid in a world otherwise revealed by Google Earth and GPS-enabled cell phones. However, as with all mysterious locales, there comes the danger of the territory, and it’s that danger that inspired THE DEPRAVED (formerly known as URBAN EXPLORER), the brutal new horror film from director Andy Fetscher. The film, which comes out on DVD/Blu-ray from Uncork’d Entertainment June 4, follows a group of young urban explorers in Berlin who learn the terrifying truth about a local urban legend, which Fetscher claims is partially inspired by his own experiences.

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