Wednesday, May 30, 2012


Literally an hour after making the "ZIZZLING" post (of Crewman Nick Zizzo awhile back), his Stacks welcome part came out - pretty efficient Nicky. Reason I couldn't get it on the blog right away was because it was posted on yet another website that does not allow sharing of videos. I've already seen this a thousand times and I'm sure everyone has to, but I made it my mission for too long to find it on another player that I don't care if it's too old. The fact is it's up and my mission is a success. Good job Nicky, you're killing it! Now make the Cruizees commercial already!

Sunday, May 27, 2012


I saw this video the other week and frantically tried to find it on a player that would allow me to post it on the blog but couldn't. Good thing someone else decided to put it up- this guy rips! He's got really great style, and it's funny because if you look at his older parts he's skating giant stairs and handrails. I like the urban-esque transition he made a lot more.

Thursday, May 17, 2012


WOW! If you want to see some destruction over and over play Crewman Matt Militano's Fully Flaccid part a hundred times. INSANITY! Definitely got me excited to skate, although I still can't yet. That's only the beginning of Matt's kill streak, he'll be having a full part in Mandible Claw 3 too! 

Thursday, May 10, 2012


Most of you may have already seen this. Typically the moment anything gets put up from Colin I try to get it on the blog, but I got lost in time. Wouldn't hurt to watch it again though, good skating and music. It appears the kids experience out there wasn't as bad as it was portrayed in the real OIAM, it seems like two completely different trips. Glad to know their time out there looks like it was somewhat worth it.

Wednesday, May 9, 2012


Following the Koichiro Uehara post along with the Far East Skate Network post awhile back, Shinpei Ueno (filmer of the following) filmed and edited the Japanese video below called LENZ. I can honestly admit it's the funnest skate video to watch that I've ever seen in my life. It's one hour jam-packed with inconceivable annihilation. Shinpei captures every element of each spot with his spectacular fisheye filming and innovating close-up angles - he's easily one the the greatest filmers of all time. It's one of the longest videos I've seen and I bet it took less than a year to film it. I say that because it's evident of all the fun they're having, and seems like they just go out everyday/night with no intention of "doing this specific trick at this spot"- they'll skate anything and everything, which Shinpei's filming/editing reveals that sole purpose throughout the video. Even so, I don't think it is his reasoning to make that the theme of the video, these guys just have fun all the time! 

Jimmy Lannon is taking part in Magenta's tour to Japan in welcoming Koichiro Uehara to their team tomorrow and skating with some of the guys in LENZ. I'm sure we can expect to see another amazing Magenta capsule soon from their trip out there. Also, Shinpei and the Japanese dudes are working on LENZ II so get ready for another mind-boggling video and keep an eye out for the Magenta team clips! 

Monday, May 7, 2012

Wednesday, May 2, 2012


The second of One In A Mandible is even better than the first. They look like they had a lot of fun! Now I'm off to start working on some new stuff that you should be pleased with. Oh and our site is almost done and will be live very soon!