We’re celebrating the 1 year anniversary of our maiden VHS release with all new artwork by Vasilis Zikos (Terrifier VHS)! Quantities are limited. Save over $10 with the 3-Pack option, including both 2019 variants and 2018 standard edition, from the pull down menu below. The entire collection is nearly out of print.
BrokeHorrorFan.com presents contemporary horror favorites on VHS! Broke Horror Fan and Witter Entertainment have teamed up to set modern monsters loose in a nostalgic format.
Each release serves as both a limited edition collectible and a fully-functional VHS tape. The premier installment in the ‘BrokeHorrorFan.com Presents’ line is Adam Green’s Victor Crowley, the fourth chapter in the Hatchet franchise.
The 2017 slasher movie makes its VHS debut in a retro-style clamshell case with original artwork by Dark Horse Books artist Will Perkins. It is officially licensed from Dark Sky Films and is approved by writer-director Adam Green.
Three covers to choose from:
Anniversary Edition Color (2019, picture 1) – 75 stocked
Anniversary Edition “Bloody” (2019, picture 2) – 25 stocked
Standard Edition (2018, picture 3) – Few Left
You may only purchase 1 variant per customer, any overage will be refunded and the customer notified. Your understanding is appreciated.
*Variant editions include a blood-splattered letter from Adam Green to Hatchet Army members!
For optimal VHS viewing, the film has been cropped from its original aspect ratio to 4:3 full frame. It is only available in the US and Canada.
Single VHS orders ship Media Mail, First Class, or Priority mail in a bubble mailer (all Media Mail single tapes will shipped boxed to be extra safe), wrapped in bubble wrap and protective, seal-able bags. An upgrade to a box for a single VHS only is available as a product link in our shop, which you can purchase into your cart as part of your order. Any order more than 1LB will automatically calculate appropriate shipping costs and ship boxed, based on weight. Please review our Shipping Polices and Terms & Conditions before making your purchases. While we pack things the best we can, we highly recommend using First Class Mail (for a single tape) or Priority, as Media Mail is the cheapest for a reason. The system will not allow items available outside the US to be coupled in a cart with US only items.