Still have a bunch of movies on VHS laying around? Think you might want to watch them again in the future? Well, if you don't have a working VCR, you're going to want to get your hands on one soon because the last ever VCRs are being manufactured this month.

Popular Mechanics reports that Funai Electronics, the last company known to be producing VCRs, has decided to halt their production at the end of July. Funai began manufacturing VCRs in 1983.

But why would they stop making them? Think about it, when was the last time you used a VCR? Sales of the players are declining, parts are hard to find, and you can't even buy VHS tapes anymore unless you find one at a Goodwill or flea market.

The good thing, we guess, is that everything seems to come full circle when it comes to technology. Hey, record players are popular again! So, while production is being halted for now, you may be able to snag a new VCR branded as "vintage" in 2036.