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website review by Michelle

The gravyard for bizarre, forgotten VHS tapes is a hilarious website called Found Footage Fest, foundfootagefest.com.

Tapes range from PSA’s and educational videos to random, goofball clips of teen celebrities (A supposedly girl obsessed Chad Allen), religious programs, and singing cats. These tapes are found at thrift stores and garage sales across the country, and the large array of clips provide hours of entertainment (Bet ya can’t watch just one).

It all started when its founders discovered a McDonald’s training video in 1991. They began amassing (and watching) thousands of hours worth of tapes, and painstakingly sorted the treasure from the trash. FFF has toured across the US, Canada, and the UK since 2004, with the website following in 2009. As someone who likes a good dose of ‘WTF?’ to go along with my funny on the interwebs, I do believe I have found my Mecca. Found Footage Fest- Yet another reason to never leave the house.

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