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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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Sometimes we wonder how Jesus does it. Can you imagine being on the receiving end of this prayer? Christ! More Jesus crying on FFF Volue 5 DVD.
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When VHS was a new format, the possibilities were endless. Enter VCR board games, a pseudo-interactive way to play games using an onscreen narrator as a guide. This montage features Nightmare (1991), The Fisherman VCR...
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We've rounded up our holiday favorites into this cavalcade of Christmas crap, including a holiday special by Los Angeles weirdo Miss Velma, a public access Christmas show from Alabama's Dean & Company, The Holiday...
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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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Joe Pickett and Nick Prueher of the Found Footage Festival posed Prueher as an incompetent chef named Chef Keith and attempted to get him booked on local morning news shows in the Midwest. The result was five disastro...
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A quick look at what's on tap in the new Found Footage Festival show, coming soon to your city.
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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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This home movie was found at a Salvation Army in central Wisconsin and was labeled simply, "Kirk's 40th Birthday, May 1992." More Kirk and friends can be found on the Found Footage Festival Vol. 1 DVD.
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In this excerpt from Oakland-based public access show, "Something's Happening," a man named Arthur Bloom introduces the world to a miracle cure involving mucus, grape juice and a spray bottle. More "Something's Happen...
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Here's an excerpt from a feature length film called "Santa And The Ice Cream Bunny." You would think this is a long lost Kenneth Anger film, but no. This is for kids. Some seriously effed up kids.
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Meet Larry Pierce: a small-town factory worker and family man who happens to be the raunchiest country music singer in America. "Dirty Country," the feature-length documentary, is now available on DVD and digital down...
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In this instructional video, entitled "Secrets of Pool Hustling," professional pool shark Pretty Boy Floyd espouses his opinions on just about everything except pool hustling. More Pretty Boy Floyd is featured on the ...
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In this Avon exercise video, radio DJ and self-proclaimed "working mom on the run" Debbie Nigro starts off as insufferably self-depracating and quickly devolves into full-blown crazy. You get the feeling she's not so ...
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John and Johnny are back! And this time with some easy-to-use dresses. This particular clip contains one of the best lines from Johnny Rhodes: automatically outstanding! See more J&J on FFF Volume 1.
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This mysterious video from the mid-80s features a man who looks like a professional heavy metal singer but sings like a street performer you'd give a quarter to out of pity. Here, Nicki Rose sings what we're calling h...
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You saw "Dancing with Frank Pacholski," the unforgettable 1999 public access show where a balding man in a speedo danced for uninterested elderly people. Now see our exclusive interview with the man, in which we left ...
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This video is billed as a behind-the-scenes look at the "World's Smartest Cat," but it seems more like a vanity project to us. Princess Kitty doesn't seem as excited about her new outfit as the two crazy cat ladies are.
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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.
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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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In this infomercial from the late '80s, Vietnamese-immigrant and real estate mogul Tom Vu talks about how rich he is. Is it any wonder he's famous from Quebec to Miami? Found by David Whittaker.
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It sucks that somebody's grandma had to see this, but we're so glad that this show exists. This is Los Angeles public access at its finest. Thanks to Johnny Ryan for hooking us up.
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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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Just when you think you've seen every crazy cat lady there is to see, along comes Trisha Menke, a woman who's just begging to be played by Catherine O'Hara in a future Christopher Guest movie.