We are just three weeks away from the debut of the all-new Found Footage Festival show in NYC and Brooklyn. This is going to be the most unsettling show yet! You’ll have two chances to catch the show: on Friday, November 2, at Anthology Film Archives in Manhattan, and Sunday, November 4, at the Brooklyn Brewery in the tasting room. Tickets are for these, and all FFF shows, are available from the FFF Tour page.
Here’s a little taste of just one of the clips you’ll see in the new show. This video about saying no to strangers is hosted by a clown from Oregon named Blueberry, who is far more terrifying than any stranger we can imagine. He also seems to be suggesting the kids are somewhat to blame for their own stranger predicaments.
But at the moment, here we sit, far from home, staring out the window at the view from our shitty hotel room. This one is in Sioux Falls, SD. We paid a little extra for the view of the gravel pit.
That’s right, life on the road is not as glamorous as a Guns & Roses video makes it out to be. Sometimes, it can be downright frightening. For instance, you shouldn’t do much exploring backstage at old theaters. You never know when you’ll come across a filth bucket. The one at the top of this post was in Columbia, MO. It wasn’t the first filth bucket we’ve stumbled upon, and it probably won’t be our last.
We’re looking forward to getting back home to NYC in November for the hometown shows. Back to where the filth is inspiring and shitty hotel rooms cost twice as much.
—Nick & Joe