What was the last movie released on VHS?
VHS tapes, once regarded as a breakthrough medium for consumers and a major disruptor of the entertainment industry,
have all but disappeared from the home video market.
By the turn of the 21st Century, major retailers and rental outlets had started to embrace
a new medium — the DVD — thereby sounding the (surround-sound) death knell for VHS.
Major film distributors continued to produce and sell VHS tapes for several years alongside DVDs.
But in the mid-2000s, most began to abandon the format, and little by little, fewer VHS titles were being produced.
Then, in 2006, David Cronenberg’s “A History of Violence” was released on VHS, marking what is widely believed to be the last instance of a major motion picture
to be released in that format, according to a 2008 report from the Los Angeles Times.
Representatives for the Disney Movie Club and ShopDisney could not confirm which VHS titles were the last sent to members of the Disney Movie Club, nor when they were released.