Two Brothers' Hilarious Commentary on Their Old Home Videos

John and Richard Ramsey revisit their old VHS home videos from childhood, adding their own pitch-perfect DVD-style voiceover. Click through for two more videos.

Revisiting home movies from childhood is usually a source of embarrassment inflicted by parents on their adult children. Here two brothers, John and Richard Ramsey, turn the tables on that paradigm by adding pitch-perfect voiceover narration in the style of a DVD commentary. They call attention to subtle character arcs, dramatic editing decisions, and the cinematic artistry of the fourth character in the scene -- their mother holding the camera. 

Home Video Commentaries: Not Where You Saw

 

Home Video Commentaries: There's A Bear

 

Home Video Commentaries: Chorophobia

All videos courtesy of John and Richard Ramsey. For more of their videos, visit their YouTube channel

Thanks to Jeremy Galen for the video. 

Kasia Cieplak-Mayr von Baldegg is the executive producer for video at The AtlanticMore

Cieplak-Mayr von Baldegg joined The Atlantic in 2011 to launch its video channel and, in 2013, create its in-house video production department. She leads the development and production of original documentaries, interviews, and other video content for The Atlantic. Previously, she worked as a producer at Al Gore’s Current TV and as a content strategist and documentary producer in San Francisco. She studied filmmaking and digital media at Harvard University.

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