The Time Machine got a little waylaid of late, but it's back with a vengeance this week as it unearths this killer full movie from the year 2003 - Forum, Jeenyus, Foursquare and Special Blend's classic, Video Gangs. Peep it.
The Time Machine stomped back in its rightful spot this week and brought with it a part from the man, the myth, the dude with one of the three definitive versions of the Method... Mr Jamie Lynn.
This week's time travel arrives on Friday, rather than Tuesday. Hey, navigating this space-time continuum thing ain't no cakewalk and sometimes you'll end up not quite where you want to. Oh well, enjoy Eero Ettala's groundbreaking part from MDP's Follow Me Around.
This week the Machine heads back to the early 80s, piloted by our Photo Ed this time, to bring back perhaps one of the earliest snowboard clips out there. Ted Shred - aka the Shred Baron - razzes his way through Monashee pow and buzzes skitards. This is AWESOME.
Another classic Terje part - from his second 'biopic', The Haakon Faktor - is up in this latest Time Travel Tuesdays, which has time travelled to Wednesday this week. Hey, it's time travel. It's an imprecise science. This has stoked us the hell out on an otherwise dull-ass day in the office.
Last week we brought you Terje Haakonsen's banging part from Standard Films' Notice to Appear, and so this week, brought to you by tenuous TTR link, we have this classic part from Hear No Evil, featuring current TTR honcho Reto Lamm, along with judging don Dani 'Kiwi' Meier and a bunch of other likely lads.
What's there to say about Terje Haakonsen that hasn't been said in his long, illustrious career? Talk's cheap anyhow, so sit back and watch the man rip it all in Standard's Notice to Appear from 2003...
This week the clock is set to the year 2000, with JP Walker's part in Mack Dawg Productions' Millenium-themed release, Technical Difficulties. Enjoy.
Devun Walsh's backcountry freestyle masterclass from the year 2000's MDP release, The Resistance, still holds up as a solid part by today's standards.
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