This is perhaps the most important phone ever to be created!
I finally found that Ghostbusters was indeed release on Video 2000 aka V2000 and WE GOT ONE! Also some more VHS, Beta and Blu Ray releases including the largest box a Ghostbusters movie release came in!
More Dingo Pictures movies than one person should have!
VideoNow was another portable video format in the early 2000’s with weird PVD discs that are slightly smaller than a DVD. Speaking of smaller this is the worst video resolution being at 144×80!
We’ve got the 87 Wishbook from Sears this time with Real Ghostbusters, Transformers and more 80’s fashion of course!
Let’s go back and take a look at what was advertised by the Canadian department store Eaton’s for the Christmas of 1969!
GBA Video was a certainly interesting idea at a portable video format but the limitations of a Game Boy Advance cartridge meant any videos on the format were compressed to the point of barely being watchable. Let’s look at barely above animated gif version of TMNT, Pokemon, Dragon Ball GT and Shrek!
Lets go way back to 1956 when Sears was merged with another department store, Simpsons, in Canada. Get ready for creepy toys and terrible fashion!
Taking a look back at the old fashion, electronics and other accessories from 1987 Sears! Watch out for the carpeted bathroom!
Taking a look at the BetaCam format and the difference between it and BetaMax. Also the betacam machine and how often it likes to mess up!