VIDEO PIRATES: PHILADELPHIA is the second VP DVD release.
It features the feature-length Philadelphia-themed show that was held as part
of the 2013 Cinedelphia Film Festival and also includes the full
SCOTT AND GARY SHOW live retrospective.
VIDEO PIRATES: YEAR ONE features almost three hours worth
of found footage craziness that comprises the first year of activity for the
Philadelphia-based, one-man VHS collective. You get the first VP short HORRORS,
VP's hour length tribute to SPARKS (the greatest rock band in history!), and, the main
attraction, the first feature-length Video Pirates live program. Enjoy, and walk with love!
And to answer some frequent questions, this past April's full length Philly-centric
show and the VP presented SCOTT AND GARY SHOW retrospective will
both be included on the 2014 VP DVD release, VIDEO PIRATES STRIKE AGAIN.
VP IN THE NEWS:
4/14 PHILADELPHIA CITY PAPER
10/13 PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER
10/13 PHILADELPHIA MAGAZINE
7/13 KNIGHT ARTS
6/13 GEEKADELPHIA: DVD review
11/12 - GEEKADELPHIA: Interview/Event Preview
11/12 PHILADELPHIA CITY PAPER
9/12 - PHILADELPHIA MAGAZINE
8/12 - BADASS DIGEST
Live performance by CRASH COURSE IN SCIENCE, screening of
Nightclubbing: Danceteria Video Lounge, and visuals by Video Pirates
CINEDELPHIA FILM FESTIVAL programs
SATURDAY, APRIL 6, 2013 @ PhilaMOCA
7:00 PM : Video Pirates presents THE SCOTT AND GARY SHOW Retrospective
with special guests and a live 3D episode recreation featuring Scott, Gary, and The Beatoes.
This will appear on the 2014 Video Pirates DVD release.
10:00 PM : Video Pirates: Philadelphia, the debut of the latest feature-length
VP program comprised entirely of Philly-related footage, it was wild.
VIDEO PIRATES opened for EVERYTHING IS TERRIBLE
on Thursday, December 13, 2012 at PhilaMOCA.
Video Pirates presented a 50 minute video history of Sparks
comprised entirely of live footage and television appearances.
VIDEO PIRATES: HORRORS is the first VP short. It debuted on July 28, 2012
prior to a screening of Andrzej Zulawski's POSSESSION at Philadelphia's International House.
NOTE: The above clip of Philly's own Dead Milkmen performing
on Club MTV is only visible to those who are signed in to their
YouTube accounts, at least I think that's what's up.