Hair band Panther does the entire soundtrack for this gem and in some ways the movie plays like their very own demo reel. Here they are performing the title track, complete with uninspired staging, braless babes, and fourth wall breakage.
This clip is from a tape made in a "Video Portrait Studio" kiosk (typically found in malls and theme parks in the 90s) where participants lip sync and dance to a song of their choice. This guy brought his rabbit puppet.
Happy Mother's Day! One of the earliest videos in the FFF collection (circa 1992), Mr. T's "Be Somebody...Or Be Somebody's Fool" remains an all-time classic. Here, T intervenes in a diss battle by breaking into a rap ...
If you thought there was no dumber idea than the Pet Rock then buckle up for the Pet Rock music video. We love this video but could have done without the racially insensitive portrayal of the "black" rocks.
We've been finding this guy's sing-a-long videos all over thrift stores in southern Wisconsin. I guess you could call it the luck of the "Irsh." Stay tuned for future gems from this guy. Happy St. Patrick's Day!
We found a reel of Christian rock music videos from 1988 and decided to stage a battle for the best one on the tape. Will it be Degarmo's sports-themed "Competition" or "Who Do You Love?" from GLAD. You decide!
A promo for a VCR game in which impressionist Rich Little acts out charades clues while viewers guess along at home. File this one under bad ideas. More Rich Little on the Found Footage Festival Vol. 4 DVD.
Nothing quite says Easter like small town parade footage with a lip syncing cowboy poorly superimposed over it. Keep your eyes peeled for the editor's clever barb at our greedy government and a bear driving a bulldozer.
We found this movie in a Flying J truck stop for $3.33. Other than a few scenes, the movie is practically unwatchable. But our favorite part is how they employ the age-old technique of describing the plot in the song ...