Write for VHS Revival


Are you a fan of 80s or 90s cinema? Do your opinions burst forth like so many reams of chewed up videotape? If so, writing for us may be the perfect platform for your particular passions. VHS Revival is an ode to the halcyon days of home video, and everything – good or bad – which belongs to that period.

We’re looking for features on any and all subjects, be that an in-depth analysis, a best of list, or anything else you might consider appropriate for our site. This is currently a non-profit venture, so we are unable to pay for contributions, but all writers will be credited with a short bio where you can promote anything from your own website to…well, whatever you desire within the realms of common decency. There is no pressure in regards to deadlines. You can contribute as much or as little as you want, whenever you want. It is entirely up to you.

Please refer to the website’s content for an idea of what we publish. Although having a voice of your own is very much encouraged, movies which might be considered ‘bad’ or ‘guilty pleasures’ should be approached with a more acerbic style. The main requirements are passion and insight, as well as the ability to structure a legible and relevant article. Although your work will be edited before publication, we want to try to maintain as much of the author’s content as possible, so a good standard of writing will prove an advantage – but again, passion and insight are key.

If you are interested in contributing, you can pitch your idea to vhsrevival.com@gmail.com or if you have an article you consider to be of relevance that is ready to publish, feel free to paste it into the body of an email for review. If we feel that your article is suitable for our site, we will get back to you within a week.

We look forward to hearing from you.

Cedric Smarts


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