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Todd and Joey watch the 2000 rollerblading video Amateur by Joe Navran. Visit Mushroomblading.com.
Todd McInerney and Joey Mcgarry watch the 1999 rollerblading video “Elements 2” by Joe Navran and Dave Temple.
Todd and Joey watch the 1998 Daily Bread Magazine video “Forest Fire” by Beau Cottington (full video).
Profiles on Troy White, Santiago Azpurua, And Dominic Sagona. Along With: Champion Baumstimler, Cory Casey, Jon Elliott, Abdiel Colberg, Louie Zamora, Eric Schrijn, Robert Lievanos, Brian Shima, Jimmy Shuda, Josh Petty, Vinny Minton, Shawn Robertson, Randy Spizer, Drew Bachrach and many others.
Todd and Joey watch the Joe Navran’s film and USD Team Video Coup De Tat from the year 2000 (full video available here).
One of the top 5 most revolutionary videos in rolling. This video paved the way for a a lot of what you see in skating today. It’s edited to perfection as well as skating to match. A sure classic.
Featuring Brian Shima, Kevin Gillan, Josh Petty, Jeff Fredrick, Champion Baumstimler, Dustin Latimer, Jon Julio and Friends.
Todd and Joey drink coffee and watch the 2001 rollerblading video “What Do You Believe In?” from Arlo Eisenberg and Joe Navran.
Written and directed by industry pioneer Arlo Eisenberg, edited by rollerblading’s most influential filmmaker Joe Navran (FOR II, Elements, Coup De Tat) and produced by Mindgame‘s Shane Coburn, “What Do You Believe In?” set out to completely re-imagine what a rollerblading video could be.
“What Do You Believe In?” features five of the brightest stars in rollerblading: Brian Shima, Jon Elliott, Josh Petty, Rachard Johnson, and Jaren Grob. The video focuses on their skating, which is some of the best ever captured on film, but it is complemented by a surreal story line which weaves in and out of their sections.
VG4 is a tribute to the entire sport and all those who are a part of it. In each issue there is a theme with Videogroove being an introduction, VG2 18 Days being the trek across America’s underground skate scene, VG3’s Not a Word speaking for itself, and now Puppets of Destiny leave you to figure it out.
Puppets of Destiny is your guide to life, even years later when the tricks have progressed and the sport has evolved VG4 will be a video you can always go back to remember why it is that you skate. From the music, to the skaters to the filming, there is a message in every minute and we hope you read it loud and clear.