You're either Forum, or against 'em and after watching this incredible full movie, you'll definitely be all for snowboarding. This has to be one of the heaviest, well-balanced and progressive Forum movies out there, heck, of all snowboard movies ever made.
The Forum team was so stacked it defies all logic and reason. We never thought it was possible to have such a paramount snowboarding team going in as hard as they did that winter.
A far less beardy, but equally explosive and burly Pat Moore kicks things off with his trademark powerhouse moves, the insanely talented Nic Sauve shows just what could be done in the streets, real G Travis Kennedy opens his bag of tricks with one of longest and most styled out front boards ever.
Eddie Wall conquers his injuries to pull through with a killer part, Joni Malmi comes with 10 years strong on Forum with the controlled chaos of a style guru with added techno beats and a clean cut John Jackson sends it every which way on one of the finest Forum cheese wedges ever constructed.
Stevie Bell gets back on his ridiculously sick rail game, Jake Welch shows his persistence to the point of obsession proving just how tech he is and Peter Line dusts of his board to get creative in the streets and reclaim that victory feeling.
Finally, Jake Blauvelt gets out of the park, chases down all the natural terrain the mountains have to offer, following the powder path to enlightenment, carving up the blank canvas and exploring the endless possibilities of his creativity. Watching Jake read the mountain in such a unique way is something very special in this movie, not least because you just watched 20 minutes of insane riding form the rest of the crew.