Skateboarding and music have been pals for decades, introducing both riders and bands to rest of us and probably each other as well. Things have gotten a lot fancier since the VHS days for both industries, but skate videos will never die. Here are some recent combinations of good song and good shred.
Spike Jonze co-directed the Girl Skateboards film Yeah Right! and he’s back with Girl & Chocolate that will be released next year.
There’s something about those familiar asphalt driveways and picket fences that put us in a certain mindset—video directors know this well and push the button often. And it still works, even now as we’ve been swept back to suburbia too many times to count. Instead of calling trite!, we’ve compiled a few all-time favorites for your viewing pleasure.
Here’s the next video from the Beastie’s most recent album, The Hot Sauce Committee Part 2, and once again they team up with favorite director Spike Jonze for an action figure and action packed clip.
Buffalo vaulting, paintball explosions, Lamborghini assisted tooth extractions, pinning a tail on an actual donkey….just a regular day at the office for these clowns.
Spike Jonze’s collaboration with Arcade Fire, Scenes From The Suburbs, is set to screen at SXSW this week. Watch the trailer (with Win Butler narrating) now .
It’s another week of movies to bring home to your well-stocked cinema library, and this batch of new releases has a little something for everyone – from apocalyptic doom-glooming to trashy exploitation ass-kicking. Under the jump, my quick thoughts on the…
Check out the trailer for Spike Jonze’s new flick, I’m Here. Made in collaboration with Absolut Vodka, this 30-minute micro-epic tells the tale of lonely robots in love.
Okay, so am I like a stunted man-child for being so psyched about Where The Wild Things Are? I mean, I’m not wearing Garanimals and playing Donkey Kong Junior or anything, it’s just that what could have been an unmitigated disaster of memory-ruining actually looks – pretty rad…