The Video Vacuum (thevideovacuum) wrote,
The Video Vacuum


If you all couldn’t already tell, my reviewing output has been sort of sporadic lately. I’m sorry about that. I’ve been working six days a week and will continue to do so for the rest of the summer, so my reviewing schedule will probably only get more erratic as the summer goes on.

The good news about all this is that in the spare time I DO have, I’ve been hard at work on compiling a bunch of reviews for my first book, entitled The Best (and Worst) of the Video Vacuum! It will be comprised of over 50 reviews and feature over a dozen brand spanking new reviews that will be exclusive to the book. If you always wanted to know my thoughts on Breaking Dawn Part Two, Robocop 2, Sorority Babes in the Slimeball Bowl-A-Rama, Zombie Lake, or this year’s new Godzilla movie, they’ll all be in there; along with a couple others I hope you will enjoy.

And get this… None other than Jim (Chopping Mall, Not of This Earth, Return of Swamp Thing, Busty Cops Go Hawaiian, and many others) Wynorski wrote the introduction!

I hope to have the book ready sometime next month. I’m currently in the middle of several proofreading sessions, as well as putting the finishing touches on the cover. I think you guys and gals will dig it.

I will be releasing the book through Amazon where it will also be available in a Kindle format. But if you’re like me and actually like to hold an honest-to-goodness book in your hands while you’re reading it, you’ll have that option too. I’ll keep you all updated and post a link to the Amazon page when it’s ready.

I hope you all enjoy it.

Thank you, dear readers for coming back time and again. You all make it worthwhile. And I promise I’m going to try to post some new reviews on the site soon.

Your pal,


Tags: .tales from the video vacuum

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