It’s the best of times and the worst of times for Everything Is Terrible, the prolific Chicago collective that remakes abandoned cassette tapes into sometimes funny, sometimes unnerving video art (full disclosure: I’ve shared office space with them for several years). On January 27 at Lincoln Hall, the group will premiere its third feature-length project, Doggie Woggiez! Poochie Woochiez!, before taking it on a three-month tour. They describe the movie as “an all dog VHS remake of [Alejandro Jodorowsky’s cult classic] The Holy Mountain,” compiled from literally thousands of tapes. “It seems the dumber our ideas get, the harder they are to realize,” Nic Maier, a member of the group, explained to me in an e-mail.