Quentin Tarantino and Roger Avary invite you to become a customer at Video Archives, the store that started it all. Joined by their announcer Gala Avary, they’ll travel back in time to revisit old classics and discover new favorites, pulled from the actual VHS tapes that Quentin and Roger used to recommend to customers at the original Video Archives store in Manhattan Beach. From controversial James Bond films to surprising exploitation flicks, the duo will expose you to movies you didn't know you'd love, give awards to their favorites, and of course, rate the quality of the video transfer.
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It’s the end of Season One of The Video Archives Podcast, and Quentin, Roger & Gala begin by reminiscing about some of their favorite parts of the season, and preview what they’d like to cover next. Then, it’s time for the Video Archives Awards, as y... more
On today's episode, we continue our memorial to Rick Dalton, the late actor best known for his roles in Bounty Law and the Fireman trilogy. We begin by focusing on Dalton’s straight-to-video era with three Italian heavy hitters: Blastfighter, Jungle ... more
On today’s After Show, the Video Archives crew play the deadly game of Rollerball! Roger and Quentin take a close look at director Norman Jewison and writer William Harrison’s dystopian corporate universe, while Gala explains how Zero the supercomput... more
…into a discussion on fake films and actors
This is the ultimate favorite podcast in my rotation and I’m binging every episode!
I love rodan, i personally love kaiju and to know mr.Q has has a special view on movies. more
My favorite podcast. I love the insight and deep dives into some forgotten gems. Thank you Roger , Quentin and Gala! Please keep it up!
This is such a great podcast. One of the best parts about it (so far) is that Quentin and Roger barely talk about their own films. It’s a conversation between three cinephiles about other people’s movies. I get the desire to mix it up and do this Rick Dalton thing but man…kinda ruins the show with this self-absorbed meta material. We come to hear passionate discussion about obscure (often times awful) movies. We come for apples…not oranges. Sorry to be a whiney brat.
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