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Those krazed VHS-hunting pupz from Everything Is Terrible! (everyone's favorite found footage chop shoppe) are back with their third inner-eye-opening feature -- containing a feat never before attempted in either human or canine history. EIT! asks but a few simple questions: 1) "What if we made a movie composed ENTIRELY out of dog-related found footage?"; 2) "What if this magickal movie, made up of thousands of other dog movies, was also a remake of Alejandro Jodorowsky's 1973 masterpiece The Holy Mountain?"; and, 3) "What if we went on the road performing an all-new 'live in fur' show that picked up where Cirque Du Soleil and The Rock-A-Fire Explosion left off?" Well, let's stop asking dumb rhetorical questions because this never-ending spiral of World-Pup winning, sunglasses-wearing, murder-solving, skateboarding pooches is real! This is it! Are you dog enough to go fetch it? ARFFFFFF!

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