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VIDEO: Found Footage Fest a Hilarious Journey

Picture 3Stunning old VHS rescued from obscurity to provide laughs for the ages

The touring Found Footage Festival will roll tape on Sunday, April 21 at 7:30 p.m. at the Powerhouse Community Arts Center. It’s a live comedy event and screening featuring unusual and humorous clips from VHS videotapes gathered from thrift stores, garage sales, warehouses, estate sales, and dumpsters throughout the United States. In addition to introducing their found footage and presenting a brief history of how it was discovered, the hosts offer running jokes and commentary during the clips—like a live version of Mystery Science Theater 3000—and implement live comedic sketches and prerecorded bits between some of the selections.

For tickets, visit the Powerhouse online.

 

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