|"Hi, Jinx! Get it?"|
When we had a working VHS player, I could rent this at Vidiots in Santa Monica. I don't even know if they still have it there.
Kelley said of the film:
In this tape, Mike Watt (of the Minutemen and fIREHOSE fame) and I play two teenage punks trying to start a band in the 1970s. We struggle with various ethical and aesthetic questions raised by this endeavor. The tape was shot in two days. All of the dialogue was read off cue cards. [more]
And those cue cards, sometimes visible on screen, only enhance the comedic effect. Please, dear reader, see this film.
As an added attraction, there's this earlier version of the film, with some of the same jokes, ostensibly filmed by Larry Wessel and starring Jack Brewer and Rich Acostigan (according to a YouTube comment attributed to Mr. Brewer himself):