{{Infobox company | name = VHX Corp. | screenshot = | type = Subsidiary of Vimeo | location_city = New York City, New York State | location_country = United States | founder = {{Jamie Wilkinson
Casey Pugh | url = Template:Url | industry = digital distribution, film distribution, OVP, SVOD |logo = }}

VHX is a digital distribution platform targeting independent filmmakers.[1] The platform allows artists to sell content directly from their own website, providing design, social media integration, [[search engine optimization, and analytics tools.[2] In May 2016, VHX was acquired by Vimeo.[3]

Along with Netflix, VHX has served as the distribution platform for Season 11 of Mystery Science Theater 3000, along with 87 episodes from the first ten national seasons of the show. Season 11 is only available to backers of the Kickastarter campaign who pledged at the appropriate level.

Significant releases

  • On November 25, 2016, Joel Hodgson announced that the first two episodes of MST3K, Invaders from the Deep and Revenge of the Mysterons from Mars would be included as part of backers' digital collections. This was the first time these episodes had been available for viewing since their original airings back in 1988, leaving only K03 - Star Force: Fugitive Alien II as the remaining "missing" episode.
  • On April 9, 2017, the first episode of the new season, Reptilicus, was opened up for streaming on VHX for backers at the appropriate levels.
  • On April 14, 2017, the entire Season 11 was made available for streaming and download to backers at the appropriate levels. VHX is the only place, other than Netflix, where Season 11 can be legally viewed online.


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