- 15 January 2020
- by C.J. Prince
The Film Stage
There’s no denying that the invention of VHS was one of the most culturally impactful things to happen in the 20th century. For the average consumer, VHS made it possible to store media easily whether it was buying a film or using a Vcr to record TV shows. And with the introduction of VHS camcorders, people could record and store away their own memories in an accessible, cost-friendly fashion. The rapid evolution of technology in the 40+ years since the birth of VHS makes it all look clunky and rudimentary now, but the “simpler times” of the past have led to a nostalgia for the ‘80s and ‘90s in today’s pop culture. Jack Henry Robbins’ VHYes is another addition to the pile of current media taking a wistful look back to the days of analog, using a sparse narrative to cobble together comedy skits with mixed results.
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