VHS: Absurd, Odd, and Ridiculous Relics from the Videotape Era
The decade of 1988-1998 was the Golden Age of VHS, a time when anybody with a pulse, a camcorder, and a few bucks could market a video. Comedy writers Joe Pickett and Nick Prueher have spent the last 20 years collecting the best odd and unintentionally hilarious videotapes ever produced. Since 2004, they’ve resurrected them for sold-out audiences across the country as part of their touring show, the Found Footage Festival. Now, for the very first time, they’ve collected the greatest VHS covers into one handsome compendium—along with their priceless snarky commentary throughout.
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Review: VHS: Absurd, Odd, and Ridiculous Relics from the Videotape EraUser Review - Hans - Goodreads
I need to disclose one quick item: Nick Prueher is a personal friend who I have known for over 12 years. Through Nick, I have also had the chance to share several meals, laughs, and FFFs with Joe ... Read full review
Review: VHS: Absurd, Odd, and Ridiculous Relics from the Videotape EraUser Review - Nancy - Goodreads
HA! The covers speak for themselves and you wouldn't think you'd need or read captions but they're brilliant. My GOD we wore a lot of unitards back then. Read full review
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