Archive for the ‘VIDEOS’ Category

November 23rd, 2007 | By | 647 Comments


Just when you thought it couldn’t get any better than You Tube, along comes Shred or Die, the world’s first video sharing site dedicated exclusively to all things action sports. A collaboration between the Or Die Networks (creators of Funny Or Die) and Tony Hawk’s THI/900 films, Shred is a one-stop shop for thrills, chills and bloody carnage (just do a search for Bucky Has A Baby to see what we mean.) Viewers are encouraged to leave comments as well as vote, with the hope that this ratings system will weed out any crap; i.e. don’t send in any clips of your mom. The vid above has been getting more eyeballs than a female guard at San Quentin.

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November 22nd, 2007 | By | 1,268 Comments



Still bumming over getting shut-down at Hef’s last mansion party? Then we suggest you set yourself up as part of Bobby Martinez’ regular entourage because he’s about to become Mr. Hollywood. Participant Productions and State Street Pictures have teamed up to create a biopic on Bobby’s early life in gang-ridden Santa Barbara and eventual rise to the top ranks of the WCT as the tour’s first Mexican-American. Sure, we’re all too familiar with what La-La Land considers a substantial surf flick (we only just stopped laughing over “In God’s Hands” sometime last week), but this project seams to have some serious backers behind it as Participant also produced “An Inconvenient Truth” and “Syriana”. We’ll keep you posted as more details emerge.

November 13th, 2007 | By | 6 Comments

FOAM: NOV. 2007




November 4th, 2007 | By | 1,130 Comments



So it’s 2:51pm on Sunday, absolutely nothing is on TV, and we finished the last beer around noon. But before we completely gave in to our Sunday blues, we came across this ruthless clip from Lost TV, showcasing their team getting rinsed inside and out at the Wave House in San Diego. Featuring Ryan Carlson, Timmy and Ryan Knight, Mason Ho, Punker Pat and a few other random drunks, it’ll definitely end your weekend on a high note.