• By Khristopher Marang
    March 15, 2012
    01:31 PM

    I love this set of cards. Videodrome is one of my favorite movies and now I can appreciate that the movie even got released!
  • By TopichTennis
    March 15, 2012
    01:32 PM

    Well obviously these people didn't "get" it.
  • By thevoid99
    March 15, 2012
    04:17 PM

    I've had the unfortunate experience of attending a test screening for a film. It was for Love Actually. The film was OK but man, I never want to go to a test screening ever again. To hell with test screenings. The people who didn't like Videodrome obviously didn't get it.
  • By dasboot4211
    March 16, 2012
    10:44 AM

    I love this comment. I hate test screenings. What a waste of time. Even that I do love the comment I do have to disagree with it as well. It should say "Everything!!!" Videodrome is just a mind blowning journey of a thriller/science fiction/ horror film and James Woods is at his best here.
  • By KissMeDeadly
    March 18, 2012
    08:03 PM

    Well I don't think a one word statement on a comment card is enough information for me to judge a person's intelligence anymore than a one word comment card is enough feedback/data for me to know enough about a film to decide whether or not it is worthy of release or of my time. I think about the only thing I can definitely gather from what is written on the comment cards above is that some of those folks may need to practice their penmanship. :) Now Criterion please release these asap: Double Indemnity, Vertigo, Queen Of Spades, Laura, The Big Heat, Touch Of Evil, Cat People
  • By Mark Bellis
    September 10, 2015
    08:35 AM

    Videodrome's CIVIC-TV was based on Moses Znaimer's CITY-TV in Toronto - it is a very innovative station that pioneered internet broadcasting and other things, like an open environment studio where cameras could be jacked in anywhere - I remember seeing the news team equipped with pocket size cellular fax viewers in the 90s, which I never saw before or since, well before text messaging was possible - but CITY first became famous for broadcasting soft porn late night starting in the early 70s - according to news stories at the time people would drive trailers up to the border in NY state just to watch. So, viewed by someone who'd seen CITY, Videodrome was a lot more credible and relevant than to viewers who'd only seen the big three networks in the US.