SOURCE: VHM VideoMovieHouse

November 14, 2005 07:00 ET

VMH Announces Company's Change of Direction and Unaudited 1st Quarter Results

VANCOUVER, BC -- (MARKET WIRE) -- November 14, 2005 -- Steve Gaspar, President of VMH Inc. (OTC BB: VMHVF), announces that unaudited losses for the quarter ended September 30, 2005, were approximately $565,000 USD and total gross revenues earned by the company are expected to be lower in next quarter.

"It is becoming increasingly difficult, if not virtually impossible, to earn a profit as a third-party seller of DVDs through, and effective October 20, 2005, the Company ceased acting as a third-party seller on, citing high commissions, unreliable product supply lines and the continuing negative impact of an ever-weakening US dollar as causes for making this re-seller program unprofitable. The Company expects this move to have a significant negative effect on top-line revenues in the short term, but feels a move such as this is necessary to attain future overall profitability. The Company will now focus its marketing efforts towards expanding its online DVD rental business, achieving sales growth through its own online selling platforms and launching its own third-party sales platform. The company believes this change of direction is necessary to reduce future losses and eliminate dependence on other sites to market its products. Also, continuing to operate unprofitably as a third-party seller on competitors sites does not make good corporate sense when you are planning the launch of your own third-party selling platform," according to Mr. Steve Gaspar.

On September 15, 2005, the Company announced it had signed a Memorandum of Understanding to acquire the assets and business of DVD,, an established online DVD retailer offering entertainment products for sale from third-party merchants in the USA. Currently this agreement is in the due diligence stage.

On October 14, 2005, the Company announced it had signed an agreement for the worldwide distribution rights for Columbia Film's line of Tamil Indian Films which it plans to market through its new website in addition to its other sites.

"The On-line Marketplace is changing and we must adapt our operations to meet new challenges head-on. With this change of direction being implemented now, a return to profitability can be anticipated in the hopefully not too distant future," according to Mr. Steve Gaspar.

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