It Came from the Stacks!
Enjoy some of the weirdest content ever committed to magnetic tape, copied straight from my personal collection.
Watch as Eloise Cole and her alter ego, Rainbow the Clown, use stupid props like scarves, cans of peanuts, a pile of knitting yarn, and a "Help Wanted" sign to explore concepts like death, pain, misery, and depression.
Beware: There's only five minutes of clown footage, and then twenty minutes of people talking about their dead family members.
Previously-unseen performance of "Dinner Dancing With Frank Pacholski"
Found in the pilot of a made-for-tv talent show that never got picked up for production, this previously-unseen performance features Frank feeding, terrorizing, and mesmerizing a group of contestants vying for 5,000 dollars.
Bob Kinkel Steller Productions - Commercial Reel - 5/18/91
A reel of 14 commercials put together in '91 by Bob Kinkel productions. Features a Diet Coke commercial that shows the birth of Skynet, an awesome ad for Nickelodeon, some very 90s MTV bumpers, and a UN advertisement straight out of a horror movie. Both radical AND tubular.
Scrabble RT: 6:30
Triple bored score! Learn to Scrabble like a pro from Matt Graham, a Scrabble "master" who dresses like he just woke up.
Line Dancing for Seniors - Volumes 1 & 2
A screening night classic in which 20 seniors wear the same outfit and line dance slightly out of rhythm. Part of my favorite sub-genre of VHS, the "old people dancing tape".
Natasha's staff Blockbuster Kidprint tape
Natasha and a few other coworkers goof off and make a Kidprint video while they're at it. Check out that sweet X-Men information card!
"Men in Black" by The Space Cadets - from the PJHS 13th Annual Lip Sync Contest
A very awkward rendition of "Men in Black" by the high school group The Space Cadets. Part of a lip sync contest from 1998.
Access Your Future
Watch as our main character builds a super computer that seems pretty set on him going to a Bob Jones University. Then, pay close attention for when the computer teleports itself inside of a /different/ computer at the Christian college and turns into a badly rotoscoped streak of light.