Category: Staff Picks
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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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In our years of collecting VHS, we've learned that all arts and crafts videos are boring. But this one, an instructional video for the Magical Rainbow Sponge, is the one exception to the rule. The host, Dee Gruenig, i...
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http://www.foundfootagefest.com Found in a thrift store on Long Island, New York, "Special Delivery" looked pretty innocuous but proved to be an eye-opening education in the world of "whelping." See even more on the F...
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This 1997 instructional video can't decide whether to be informational or sexy and, as a result, succeeds at neither. Tedium has never been this topless.
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We cut together our favorite parts from a 1987 dating service video given to us by David Cross and has since gone on to become a world-wide hit. Check out the full version on the Found Footage Festival Volume 4 DVD.
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In this instructional video for a terrifying beauty device called the Rejuvenique Face Mask, host Linda Evans tells you about the benefits of electrocuting your face. Featured in the FFF Vol. 2 DVD.
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This two-part video series from 1989 was hosted by members of the U.S. National Video Game Team, who, if memory serves, brought home the gold for America in the 1988 Olympics. These are secret video game tricks. They ...
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From "Stairway to Stardom," the greatest public access show in the history of television, this dance routine by Lola Perazzo is nothing short of stunning. The leotard could have left more to the imagination, but every...
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In this original "Jazzercise" VHS tape, found in San Luis Obispo, California, host Judi Sheppard is so perky, it borders on psychotic. More of this precocious insanity can be seen on FFF Volume 5 DVD.
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This informational video for a Bay Area self-help guru encourages participants to talk about their life dreams, which include writing books about angels and touching people. Donated by David Cross.
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Just when you thought you'd seen it all, along comes Rent-A-Friend. Released in 1986, 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...