Found Footage Capsule

June 15, 2012

It really was an honor to have Nick Prueher, Co-founder and Host of the Found Footage Festival on the Space Capsule this week!      Matt and I are both fans of not only their comedy show, but we respect his and co-host Joe Pickett’s part in collecting and restoring pop cultural artifacts from the home video era. There really is so much untapped entertainment on the shelves and in the bins of your local thrift stores, Goodwill, Salvation Army, antique stores, flea markets and garage sales.

A large part of the VHS adventure is the hunt for gems in the odd assortment of home movies, industrial films, corporate videos, training tapes, B-movies, strange experimental oddities and many other weird sub genres of video.

The conversations will go on, but for now if you really want to have a laugh… listen to tonight’s Space Capsule and check out the Found Footage Festival website and DVDs!    Also, if you are chilling out this weekend around town, visit a garage sale or thrift store … you might find a tape to send to the Found Footage Festival!


“Like” them on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Found-Footage-Festival/65766238628

And don’t forget about the music … we have an all new VHS artist mix for you with sound clips from the Found Footage Festival’s collection … tune it all in at 91.3 FM KVLU or stream the show live at kvlu.org… tonight at 11pm CST and remember the Sunday repeat at 8pm CST.

You can share with us your memories of the VHS era by leaving us a voicemail at 409-420-CAPD … we will air some of the messages on the Space Capsule!


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