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Amazing '80s VHS Trailer for Mad Max: Fury Road

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We all know that the eighties was the best decade for everything - films, music, shoulder pads - you name it, the eighties had it covered.

And one thing it was particularly good at was ridiculous, synthesizer-laden trailers for blockbuster movies, perfect for rewatching over and over again until your videotape started chewing up.

Unsurprisingly, given that two of its predecessors were made in the 1980s, the latest Mad Max installment, Fury Road is ripe for an old-school overhaul, which has duly been delivered by the Playback Collective - watch it without delay below.

Now, how long until the Commodore 64 game version comes out?

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