Andrew Broom recently visited Denver, CO and we decided to celebrate the release of his first pro wheel for Sic Urethane by shooting a short promo. The following was filmed in 2 days. – Anthony Medina.
Additional Filming: Austin Foogie Bartels. Song: The Migs – Follow Me Home.
Bagliq‘s first full length film. All spots on location in Denver, CO.
We shot this video off and on from somewhere around June of 2015 to Oct 2016. Initially it wasn’t supposed to be a video but as the footage kept stacking we decided to make Paid In Full.
As the deadline was set for Halloween we suddenly became rushed on time that the video wasn’t finished. We ran into many complications and troublesome video making things.
Anyways the video wouldn’t have been possible without the help of a solid crew and the Denver blade scene. Jimmy Kobryn for skating hard as fuck, backing up the entire project, ramping clips, capturing clips, filming a shit load of clips and everything else in between.
Geoff Phillip for capturing and filming clips, having a helping hand, technical computer bs, inspiration, and monitoring the project. Luke Bender for making the premiere legit!
The BLC boys for believing and stunting for a project that seemed as just a highly unorganized arrangement of clips, redoing tricks, and being the homies!! This is a project we came together to make and we had a hell of a time doing it.
@0:00 Intro – @0:52 Jarrod Banning – @2:44 Isaac Parks – @5:08 Montage – @6:05 Jimmy Kobryn Leftover – @8:37 Denver Montage – @12:15 Geoff Phillip – @14:44 Clique Broll – @17:41 Hunter Grimm – @20:52 BLC Montage – @ 27:13 Jimmy Kobryn’s Midnight Special – @30:19 Outro. Donations accepted via PayPal at email@example.com
My man Paco came to visit us for 10 days this June and what he encountered out here was something he could have never imagined or planned for.
He was treated to many great Denver traditions and VHS classics he never knew existed. To name a few: Mighty Ducks 1 and 3 and cult hit Demolition man.
Even with the vibes of Darkness himself pulling for us, Yung Gwuap took a horrendous fall within the first 48 hours of his trip, rendering him FVCKED UP for many moons, but just like the great Simon Phoenix he rose from his ICE grave and pulled off his first part. Congrats my dood, there will be many more. – Ian Walker (Scumpire.com).
I met Josh Hayes on last year’s Colorado Road Trip. He stuck out to me immediately with that worn out fedora… like seriously, if you aren’t Frank Sinatra or guest starring on Boardwalk Empire you shouldn’t be wearing that thing.
But park after park, his raw ability on skates began to overshadow his douche cap. My mind quickly changed his label to the dude who could true topsoul anything and conquer some of the more difficult obstacles at each spot.
At the last spot I had to pull him aside and let him know how impressed I was with his skating, and how I felt he would be an awesome addition to the team. Luckily, he accepted, and after seeing this section, I could not be happier with my decision to hook this dude up.
Raw street talent with a unique perspective on spots, Josh, glad to have you on board and call you a homie. – Geoff.
Filmed by Luke Bender and Ian Walker. Additional filming: Mykel Fatali and Greg Schlosser. Edited by Ian Walker.