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VHS Massacre Too is now officially streaming on TUBI!

VHS Massacre One is now available on NBC/Universals Peacock TV!

Be sure to check out the News & Updates for the latest or check out the podcast on YouTube and Stitcher! VHS Massacre One is now on Peacock TV and VHS Massacre Too is now free in TUBI! Listen to Tom’s podcast about the long path to getting on this major platform! A big thanks to Lloyd Kaufman, Joe Bob Brigg’s and the whole Troma gang!


The VHS Massacre Too blu-ray hit #1 in Documentary New Releases on Amazon (1/19/2022). The film also won Best Documentary at the Chicago Horror Film Festival capping a festival run with over twenty-three wins, several nominations and over thirty official selections. Not to mention screenings at Shudder’s Mid May Massacre and Horror Hound Weekend! Get your blu-ray today!

The film is about the last stand of the American exploitation film. In a post video store era, media consolidation has led to the censorship and near death of the independent and exploitation film industry. Joe Bob Briggs (Last Drive-in), Debbie Rochon (Toxic Avenger IV), Lloyd Kaufman and James Rolfe (Angry Video Game Nerd) take us on an adventure that leads from the last Blockbuster video store in Bend Oregon to Troma Entertainment in New York, all in an effort to examine how history keeps repeating itself from the video store era to the modern streaming. The first VHS Massacre is a five time award winning documentary and podcast referred to as “A really fantastic documentary” by Ain’t it Cool News!


The top podcast consists of the Stitcher Radio/Podbean shows along with Youtube/Facebook videos. Web-wide the podcast has had several million listens and is a good companion to the popular award winning documentaries. In the last fews years Tom Seymour has pivoted to conducting interviews and having discussions on indie film industry trends!