Dedicated to everything snowboarding, Travis Rice and a dream team crew set out on a seek-and-destroy operation for the new zone, the new trick and the new perspective on the sport. New ... See full summary »
Trailnotes is a collection of stories capturing the lifestyles of four passionate mountainbikers from the Southern Hemisphere Mecca of Rotorua New Zealand and infamous trails of the Whakarewarewa forest.
Few Words is the story of a modern skiing pioneer, who became one of the most successful and talented freestyle skiers in the world, Candide Thovex. Winner of the Best Male Performance (... See full summary »
17 Seconds' is a unique project that doesn't just document the Stanley Cup win, but tells the story from an inside vantage point, something not usually captured in sports films. The access ... See full summary »
42nd Street Forever: Volume 1 is actually the second DVD in the popular series created by Ban 1 Productions. The first volume was a short run and is long out of print. Its title was 42nd Street Forever: Horror on 42nd Street. See more »
If you love what now would be called 'red-band' trailers (the greats ones that don't skimp on the good stuff, be it any of the three B's: blood, boobs, and/or bush), this compilation of trailers for low-budget 'grindhouse' movies is definitely for you. True, a small handful of the trailers are useless (thankfully relegated closely to the end, such as 'Superfuzz', and one or two others), but for the most part this collection is superb. Not one, not two, but three Christina Lindberg trailers with her in her FULL glory, if you catch my drift. (God she's stunning), The Hammer when he was still at the top of his game as 'Boss N*gger', campy gay bike riders, and a ton of nudity, gore and violence are just a few of the delightfully high points. Of course this is not really for everyone, but anyone who wants a trip down memory lane or just wants to see how good trailers used to be, rent this ASAP. You will NOT be disappointed.
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