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Video Palace

An Arts, Performing Arts and TV podcast
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When video collector Mark Cambria watches a mysterious VHS tape, he begins talking in his sleep in a language that doesn't exist. Mark and his girlfriend Tamra set out to investigate the tape's origin and find themselves caught up in a web of conspiracy, occult, and dread surrounding a legendary video store with a sinister purpose beyond imagining. Video Palace was created by Nick Braccia and Mike Monello, directed by Ben Rock, written by Ben Rock & Bob DeRosa and stars Chase Williamson and Devin Sidell.


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10. The Stack
After agreeing to call off the investigation, Mark secretly goes back to Randy’s piano shop to get to the heart of the mystery once and for all. He records his descent into the hidden basement, where he discovers the horrifying truth behind the white tapes. Tamra finds the recording the next day and uses it to retrace Mark’s steps, but as she searches for an answer to his ultimate fate, a familiar obsession begins to grip her.
9. Revok
After the argument that might have ended everything for Mark and Tamra, Mark is ready to give up the investigation - until Tamra calls to say she solved the code that Cat found in the tapes, which contains coordinates leading somewhere Mark never suspected. Patching up their relationship while staking out the location, Mark’s investigative instincts kick into overdrive and he impulsively crosses a line he’s never crossed as an investigator and charges directly into the heart of the mystery.
8. Life Support
Mark and Tamra learn more about Cat’s terrible accident while waiting with her wife at the hospital. When they return home, they discover someone has broken into their apartment and taken something vital. Hoping for good news, Mark returns a call to Jacob Manders and is confronted with a tragic turn of events. Pushed to the breaking point, Mark and Tamra have an explosive argument that could mean the end of their investigation as well as their relationship.


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Gitte Malene Jensen reviewed this podcast 28 days ago
"Well made investigative fiction, that sends a chill down your spine. Once I started listening, I couldn´t stop. If you like Tanis and The Black Tapes, you will love this."
Kevin Hartnell reviewed this podcast 12 days ago
"Being a reformed VHS collecting fanatic myself and horror fan, it was an obvious choice to listen to Video Palace from Shudder. The chemistry between the two leads is excellent with solid acting throughout the ten episodes. The entire production features quality sound design (Jeremy Lee) and scoring (Michael Teoli). Recording was done at Iceman Audio with post work done at Diablo Sound. They wanted to keep the sound natural and utilized a Zoom H4N, a popular tool for podcasters. This series hits all of the geek buttons for me and tells an interesting story along the way. Highly recommended for horror fans, tape collectors, people who get nostalgic about VHS, and those looking for entertaining fiction podcasts."

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Oct 16th, 2018
Latest Episode
Nov 23rd, 2018
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