The VIDEO PIRATES: YEAR ONE DVD is back in stock! With fancy new
packaging courtesy of Austin Jefferson. Available now at all live events and for $15 ppd.
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.
VIDEO PARTY is held at PhilaMOCA on the third Monday of every month. Admission is free
and the content regularly changes; expect everything from bizarre public access
shows to forgotten feature films to the occasional original Video Pirates piece.
Come on out and regress your forward techonology-fueled minds!
VP IN THE NEWS:
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
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.