I think I’ve written about one of my favorite movies before, so I apologize now for the redundancy. I saw Fandago in high school on cable at my parents’ house, and something about the movie clicked with me. I saw they’d finally transferred it to DVD and I was able to buy a new copy for $3.99 from Amazon (don’t let the price fool you) with free shipping when I ordered the Flip. Doing a little research online, I found a few websites that offer some more information, including shooting locations, modern-day video from some of the sites, and apparently there was some kind of a fan site centered around the movie, but that’s since gone cold. I recommend it highly, if not just for the movie, but also for the soundtrack.