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CMSF is quite possibly the most ambitious public access show ever. Host Jim W. Hawkins has recorded over 500 episodes over the last 10 years. Who knew there was that much cheerleading news to cover?
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Found by a friend in Austin, Texas, this instructional video teaches you some popular cheerleading techniques, most of which sound like sexual euphemisms.
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Chef Keith (Nick Prueher) appears on a Milwaukee morning show to promote his book, "Leftovers Right." Orchestrated by Joe Pickett and Nick Prueher of the Found Footage Festival. See all the news segments in their enti...
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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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We found not one but two copies of this video, starring Pastor Steve and Chippy the Church Chimp, at a Salvation Army in Iowa this year. The theme song, apparently sung by Patti LaBelle, kicks off this Christian puppe...
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The lawsuit is over! Thank you so much for helping us fight this thing and keep the Found Footage Festival afloat for the past year. We are eternally grateful for your support. Read the full update here.
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Highlights from our appearance as Chop & Steele on KX News in Bismarck, North Dakota. Please support the Chop & Steele Legal Defense Fund on GoFundMe: gofundme.com/chopandsteele
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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!
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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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It's cool that Chuck Norris lent his actual voice to this 1986 cartoon, but did we need to be constantly reminded of that fact by repeating the name "Chuck Norris" over and over? In a word, yes. See more of Chuck on F...
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In this 1983 VHS release of the Christian Canadian show, "Circle Square," a wise old neighbor teaches two kids about swearing.
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We know very little about "City of Secrets," other than the fact that the trailer was found on video by our friend Jeff in Maryland. The movie appears to borrow its plot from The Bourne Identity, its tagline from The ...
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We found this promotional DVD for the Clean Butt Bidet Spa last year and it made us realize how much we hate the word "butt." This company is still in business if you're interested, at www.cleanbutt.com, of course.
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Join Joe Pickett (The Onion) and Nick Prueher (Late Show with David Letterman) as they blow the dust off the forgotten 1980s sex comedy "Computer Beach Party" in a one-night-only virtual event, complete with live comm...
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This is a trailer we cut for a forgotten 1980s sex comedy we turned up on VHS. "Computer Beach Party" features poorly-dubbed dialogue, a naive understanding of how computers work and two musical performances by heavy ...
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Among the litany of problems with this movie is the audio which is generally atrocious and for the most part poorly overdubbed. This is a compilation of the best of the worst dubbing.
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The pivotal "glass of water" scene in this 1985 sex comedy attempts romantic tension but achieves only awkwardness.
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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 ...
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This montage of computer instructional videos tells you everything you need to know about computing in the mid-90s, via rappers, white guys, old people, and the cast of "Friends." Featuring The Family Guide to Compute...
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This reenactment from a conflict resolution video depicts a common workplace argument over rock & roll. Turn your computer speakers up, because if it's too loud, you're too old.
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This police handcuff training video finally answers the question, "Were people still wearing stonewashed jeans in 1997?" The answer: yes, apparently everyone was.
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Fresh out of his first stint in rehab in 1989, teen heartthrob Corey Haim released this video diary to show fans that he was all better. And to answer burning questions like, "What does kissing really mean to you?"
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Merle Ellis, the host of Mastering the Art of Carving, has a very soothing voice.
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This clip is from a series called "Acquire the Fire," hosted by the venerable Ron Luce, that talks to kids in a manner they can all understand: outdated lingo. Found at a Salvation Army in Cleveland, Ohio.