- n. Plural form of videocassette.
“When videocassettes came out, even then it didn't get a VHS release.”
“The fare is always the same; melons or bolts of textiles, sacks of flour or stacks of videocassettes; nothing of which he needed or wanted.”
“He's curated a series of double features showcasing titles only found on now-defunct videocassettes.”
“But it is yielding to the Blu-ray just as videocassettes once gave way to the technically superior DVD.”
“Same story: it turned out that the studios were able to make tons of money from videocassettes, because films continued to sell long after they had disappeared from cinemas.”
“These barriers can be physical — for example, moving from videocassettes to DVDs took a long time because it involved replacing a pricey machine as well as personal libraries of movies — or they can be emotional.”
“CINEMA SPEC: Tales of Hollywood and Fantasy views moving pictures in all their forms, real and imaginary, from shadow plays to classic films, from videocassettes to animated tattoos. 32 authors have contributed flash fiction, short stories, and poetry to the anthology, transporting readers back to a time when flames flickered and paintings waltzed on cave walls, and forward to possible futures when the heavens themselves might serve as vidscreens.”
“As videocassettes took hold in the 1980s, Mr. Kerkorian doubled down on his library strategy, snapping up United Artists studio, whose film library included the valuable James Bond series.”
“Even the proliferation of the videocassettes and remote controllers were suspect.”
“They will do interview after interview, and distribute videocassettes describing the prowess of their organizations and the sacrifices made by their staff in coming to the Haitians' aid.”
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