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3:11 pm
Thu November 13, 2014

Found Footage Reveals Golden Age Of VHS Recordings

Carole Maggio is the instructor of Facercise, rediscovered thanks to the Found Footage Festival.
Credit Found Footage Festival

An earnest woman in a peach blazer teaches you how to facercise, or exercise your face, in a truly bizarre VHS recording. Where did this video come from? A thrift store in Kansas City. It's part of a curated, touring collection of found video footage, originating mostly from the 1980s and 1990s.


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11:23 pm
Thu May 3, 2012

DVD Gurus: The Anti-Hero

Natalie Wood and John Wayne in "The Searchers"

Lots of movies have a hero … that flawless person who always saves the day, and for the right reasons … but what about the anti-hero? The tarnished and flawed characters who emerge heroic in spite of themselves.

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6:00 pm
Thu March 22, 2012

DVD Gurus: Roger Corman Films

He's made a film in two days.

And some people will say that it shows. Others will proudly defend the low-budget work of B-movie director Roger Corman. He even won an Honorary Academy Award in 2009 for his body of work.

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5:37 pm
Thu February 23, 2012

DVD Gurus: High Speed Thrills

High octane thrills.  Open roads.  Freedom.  You may not be able to try the stunts at home, but you can certainly watch them there.

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