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Just when you thought you'd seen it all, along comes Rent-A-Friend. Released in 1987, this video was intended for lonely people with VCRs. Pop in the tape and, voila, your new friend, Sam, is in your living room. We d...
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This high-concept video was meant to provide virtual love and companionship to very lonely women, whose ideal boyfriend was apparently a gay British man.
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This high-concept video from 1991 introduces you to several women, who make "small talk" and then disrobe while talking to the camera. In this scenario, we meet Sherri, an extremely boring and fully clothed woman who'...
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Lovable pitchman Johnny Rhodes does his best to keep it together while hawking ladies' earrings, but everything breaks down when he attempts ventriloquism with co-host John Cremeans.
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There are a lot of complicated rules and regulations to hospital clowning. I swear, we wouldn't even do it at all if God hadn't told us to.
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In the annals of bad concepts for VHS tapes, the video greeting card is among the worst offenders. Here, Cardsettes throws a congratulatory party in your honor, and they invited a lot of over-actors.
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What did Rent-A-Friend do after Rent-A-Friend? He went on to host a very entertaining local TV show called Wild Chicago, spotlighting weird people and places around the city. If you like these highlights, there's a fu...
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This video, featuring a terrible actor in a trenchcoat spouting terrible insults, was intended as a novelty gift for your enemies. Please forward accordingly.
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This vaguely religious video by the Jehovah's Witnesses shows that, among other things, people in gangs have more fun.
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This series of Japanese language instructional videos is weird even by Japanese standards. We've watched all 12 hours of them and are no closer to understanding the Japanese language or the Japanese idea of what const...
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A small sampling of footage from the 2010-11 Found Footage Festival live show. FFF Volume 5 DVD is available in the FFF Store.