Last month, the final VCR rolled off the line at the Funai plant in Japan, officially signaling the end of an era. Although there have been numerous sea-changes in media since the end of VHS’s supremacy, there’s something special (and, in a way, lost to time) about the formative cinephilic experiences fostered by video store communities. In this episode of the podcast, Film Comment Editor Nicolas Rapold, Digital Editor Violet Lucca, FSLC Editorial Director Michael Koresky (Video Room), and New York Film Festival Director Kent Jones (New Video) discuss their relationships with those once-precious tapes.