Wednesday, May 13, 2009

R.I.P. Popwar

Popwar was always one of my favorite companies. Although their reincarnation through HYPE is now up, i just dont feel that they bring the same vibe that the old Popwar had. I remember Popwar came out with a few "Video Hype" teasers that were really awesome. It's unfortunate that a full length never hit the shelves. Anyways, their second "Video Hype" continues to be one of my favorite videos ever, so go check it out HERE.

Ryan Lay

Ryan is an amazing skateboarder. Here is the Rasa Libre promo made a while ago. Ryan has the second part in it. CHECK IT OUT!

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Johnathan Robert Moore

If you hadn't already seen Arizona's own John Rob Moore on then you're missin out! click the picture to watch!!! (Hopefully Es will bump him up to the AM team after this)

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10 tricks

My friend Jake Casey made a "10 Tricks In One Day" montage for a Skate Perception assignment. Check it out HERE.
It might take a few seconds for the video to start playing.

Sunday, March 22, 2009


Saturday i went skating with some buds and this video was the result. (sorry for the scratches!)

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Monday, March 9, 2009

Vox is definatley one of my favorite companys nowadays. See, they recently screwed up on a buncha shoes because they were supposed to have white stitching instead they got black stitching. Instead of throwing them away, they're selling them for way cheap to help out skateboarders in these current T.E.T.'s (Tough Economic Times) So click this Link to peep the deal!

Street Dreams=Gay Porn (pretty much)

So i came across the movie poster for Rob Dyrdek and Paul Rodriguez's new film entitled "Street Dreams". I personally feel as though this movie is gonna be a pitiful replay of "Grind" (Anybody remember that piece of shit). What makes it worse than "Grind" however, is the fact that this movie is actually being produced by REAL professional skateboarders. But the thing that pisses me off the most is what it says in the corner of the poster: "There are 10 million street skaters in the U.S. alone... This is their story." They can go ahead and make their gay movie, but please leave the real skateboarders out of it, its not fair to us.

p.s. If anyone does decide to go see this movie, please buy a ticket for a different movie and then go into this one, that way they don't get any money for this piece of shit film.