David Walker wades in, knee-deep into a stream-of-consciousness journey through the late ’80s and early ’90s, in a nostalgic trip through all the movies that could have only been discovered in the VHS age, and as we float from topic to topic without any real plan or sense of direction, we touch upon the theme of discovery, and re-discovery. How HBO, SLP VHS tapes, and those rows of clamshell boxes at the back of a furniture store helped us understand genre cinema, and how some of the movies we were too young/goofy/dumb to understand are just packed full of so much worth digging into now that we’re older, and willing to slow down for a second. The Terminator, Tombstone, The Man with No Name Trilogy, Unforgiven, James Bond movies, exploitation – somehow we wind up back in the present day, staring at a future where Django Unchained and The Lone Ranger look to be the rebirth and new-death of the modern western, all in the same year. Movie nerds: There’s a lot waiting for you. Come on in. The water’s fine.