This is a reprocessed/reworked version of the movie, already posted in this Demolition Kitchen collection. This version uses an AI algorithm to attempt to create a better, clearer version. Produced in 2021, this version also adds credits, which were missing on the original. The image is still in the 4:3 format with the video image using 16:9 HD format.
M.T.Pockets Budget Film Fest was a stage movie show by the same producer of The Basement Sublet of Horror. The show ran at the Wichita Center for the Arts from 1996 to 2002, with numerous performances. The show featured re-edited found films, live music, games and a prize drawing. “A Soup of Fun” is a documentary tracing the history of this live performance show originally held in Wichita, Kansas it ran for eight years at the Wichita Center for the Arts, originally released in 2005.
This video contains rare footage of Wichita television host Jim (Ol’ Flick) Erickson, he was gracious enough to be interviewed about this project. Erickson was a fan of the show and attended most of the performances, we’re very grateful for his support and greatly miss him.