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Unlike vinyl, loved by audiophiles for the richer tone the format gives recorded music, the draw of VHS has little to do with quality. They lose their magnetism with time and repeated viewings, and the film snarls easily. But the invention of the videotape shook up the movie industry as drastically as the streaming era is now doing. A huge archive of films instantly became available for home viewing. You could save things airing on live TV to watch later. VHS also helped democratize the movies by making it possible to shoot a project on a shoestring budget. Much like how modern Hollywood heavyweights chide Netflix for killing movie theaters, the entertainment establishment decried the invention of VHS tapes early on. Ironically, campy slasher flicks are some of the most beloved films you can only find on VHS.
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