Tony Khan announces AEW x NJPW PPV | REWIND-A-DYNAMITE 4/20/22

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John Pollock & Wai Ting review AEW Dynamite featuring Tony Khan’s announcement of an AEW x NJPW pay-per-view. Plus, Darby Allin vs. Andrade El Idolo in a Coffin Match, and two Owen Hart qualifiers including Britt Baker’s Pittsburgh homecoming.

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As somebody who still collects physical media (BD and 4K mainly), I felt the need to respond. Especially with genre films, there are lots of boutique labels the cater to the collector’s market. I think that vinyl is to music lovers as these formats are to film lovers. Despite the obvious difference of analog vs. digital. It’s the cleanest and best way to watch a film, aside from a 35 MM projector or DCP, at home.

And, in terms of collector’s - there is a relatively active VHS collector’s market. It’s fueled heavily by misguided nostalgia in my opinion… as VHS quality is shit, and most people are into collecting them because of the memories they have of video stores, or wishing for a time when that existed. But VHS collectors are out there, and there are companies that offer small run versions of some new movies, directly aimed at that audience. I guess Impact is attempting to capture that market?