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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. What s not to like about books like these It s similar to taking a Xanax and just turning pages

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VHS AUTHOR Joe Pickett

Ring 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. I laughed so hard I had tears streaming down my face and my stomach started to hurt Then I gave it to my husband to read and watched him do the same

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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 tou. Last November I attended a show put on by the Found Footage Festival and Found Magazine in Eau Claire Wisconsin I had been unaware of the FFF but the videos they showed were hilarious examples of unintentional and intentional humor from the golden age of VHS when anyone could publish their own whacky videos Highlighting perfect time capsules of the excesses and oddities of late 80s early 90s culture I finally got around to reading their book a compilation of the bizarre and absurd VHS covers advertising instructional videos for painting miniatures or crafting jigs cat videos from


10 thoughts on “VHS AUTHOR Joe Pickett

  1. says:

    What's not to like about books like these? It's similar to taking a Xanax and just turning pages

  2. says:

    Sweet and dopey But if you ever get a chance to see the Found Footage Festival live DO NOT MISS IT

  3. says:

    The comments are just icing on the cake

  4. says:

    Last November I attended a show put on by the Found Footage Festival and Found Magazine in Eau Claire Wisconsin I had been unaware of the FFF but the videos they showed were hilarious examples of unintentional and intentional humor from the golden age of VHS when anyone could publish their own whacky videos Highlighting perfect time capsules of the excesses and oddities of late '80s early '90s culture I finally got around to reading their b

  5. says:

    If you love the Found Footage Festival this one's a no brainer you have to get this collection of cover images The commentary is minimal usually just a sentance or phrase but most of these truly speak for themselves A few were featured on the last couple DVDs but many will be new to you and plus it's great to have a book to flip through when you need a laugh and don't have time to sit down and watch a whole DVD

  6. says:

    Funny stuff I watch videos of found footage on youtube and peek into books like this every now and then because I knowI KNOW it will be just a matter of time when some of the retarded crap I did in the 80s will appear somewhere Closed circuit newscasts for the Navy acting in an educational video with nothing than pizza for payment or the never finished movie we made running around in the woodsit's all gonna come back to haunt me

  7. says:

    I need to disclose one uick 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 Pickett So in my unbiased opinion This book is the most important book to be published since The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy Gentleman It may literally save the world

  8. says:

    A fair number of chuckles The problem with adding captions to this sort of material is that if they are not uniformly hilarious they are apt to come off as rather stupid there's not a lot of middle ground in this I think

  9. says:

    I laughed so hard I had tears streaming down my face and my stomach started to hurt Then I gave it to my husband to read and watche

  10. says:

    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