It looks like over the past few months, several new releases have not been available at all on VHS tape. While I've wanted the format to die since the early 90s (when I got into laserdisc), it's quite strange seeing it finally happening. Being mindful of history, I'd like to find out what the absolute last movie to be released on VHS will be if it hasn't already, or at least the last releases by each studio. The first movies I heard about not getting a VHS release at all were Herbie Fully Loaded, followed by Star Wars Episode III. I don't know what else from around that time did come out on VHS, or what the pricing was. The last time I checked pricing on new VHS titles a couple years ago, it looked like the prices were lower than usual- some studios such as Warner had priced everything at sell-thru levels (roughly $20-30), while others had them around $50, down from the usual $100 for rental titles. All I can say is thank goodness common sense prevailed with the DVD pricing structure, as earlier on there were threats to have it go the same way as VHS had with new releases priced in the $100 range, intended to be bought by rental stores instead of normal consumers. By keeping DVD prices as they are, more people buy their movies than ever before with other formats. So, does anyone know if pre-recorded VHS is officially gone for good (most likely blank tapes will still be made for a few more decades), and how I might find out what the very last titles are? I might buy a copy of the absolute last release just to have. If possible I'd like to know the last releases by each studio, and also the last ones in non-movie categories like music videos and direct-to-video kids' titles. I've heard the very last movie released on Beta was The Lion King, the last CED videodisc was Jewel Of The Nile, and the last laserdisc in the US was End Of Days, followed by a few more titles in Japan, and a few non-consumer laserdiscs such as the Sears in-store program which lasted until 2001.