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Likely due to the pandemic, but feels awfully quiet this year for films. No noise about any major films coming out that I've seen, at least. Nothing I'm excited to see in the pre-season build up, which normally is quite the opposite. Hopefully I'm wrong, though 🥲.


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Likely due to the pandemic, but feels awfully quiet this year for films. No noise about any major films coming out that I've seen, at least. Nothing I'm excited to see in the pre-season build up, which normally is quite the opposite. Hopefully I'm wrong, though 🥲.

Yeah, definitely feels quiet.  I'm sure Covid has something to do with it, but it also just seems to be the direction snowboard media is going.  More small scale, indy projects rather than large, hyped films.  I miss the days of Standard/Mack Dawg...etc...


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i'm stoked on all of the smaller projects coming out.

Good Sport, Living Room, Neighborhood, Uninvited 3, Oh Man, and i'm sure more that haven't been announced yet.


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i'm stoked on all of the smaller projects coming out.

Good Sport, Living Room, Neighborhood, Uninvited 3, Oh Man, and i'm sure more that haven't been announced yet.

I'm stoked too.  The reason I mentioned (above) that I miss the days of Standard and Mack Dawg is because the majority of the small projects these days are highly specialized with one type of riding, i.e., urban only.  I prefer a well balanced film that showcases street, big lines, backcountry, even resort and park riding.

Also, a lot of the current/recent projects have a very similar vibe.  Similar (often melancholic) music with an arthouse feel.  Nothing inherently bad about that- I definitely like to watch movies that fit that bill.  However, I'd like to see more diversity/different approaches, and more movies that get me hyped to ride (with some punk rock and hip hop).

 


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And speaking of more "specialized" projects, "Patches" is incredible.


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I'm stoked too.  The reason I mentioned (above) that I miss the days of Standard and Mack Dawg is because the majority of the small projects these days are highly specialized with one type of riding, i.e., urban only.  I prefer a well balanced film that showcases street, big lines, backcountry, even resort and park riding.

Also, a lot of the current/recent projects have a very similar vibe.  Similar (often melancholic) music with an arthouse feel.  Nothing inherently bad about that- I definitely like to watch movies that fit that bill.  However, I'd like to see more diversity/different approaches, and more movies that get me hyped to ride (with some punk rock and hip hop).

Def agree. Though, I admit I'm def of that melancholic/alt-rock edit vibe you speak of lol. But def nice to see some variety/diff vibes.

I know it's not really big on here, and is the genre I tune in to the least. But the content curated by the Dustbox are pretty refreshing and stylish, for that style of riding. Always a pretty fun watch, ngl.

Mainly hoping Korua puts out something new. Likely just YFT's though, given there hasn't been any hoopla/teasers for an upcoming short film this past year.


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There’s something to be said about “premier season” of the past. The first big mark of winter coming... going to the venue with everyone, party time, meet a few of the riders.. or home premiers, whoever bought a copy first, party at your house. I used to be that guy 😫 and now I just have a big DVD case that lives in storage.


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i’m 100% happy with melancholic arthouse snowboard films being the new standard 😂

 


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I just need more Airblaster videos.


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i’m 100% happy with melancholic arthouse snowboard films being the new standard 😂

 

Haha...yeah man, I'm down.  Lots of amazing vids that are great to watch and appreciate (usually with a fine Indica and Breakside Wanderlust IPA).  I'd just like to see something with a different vibe as well.  Something that gets me HYPED to ride...like Halldor Helgason's part from Arcadia, for example.


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I'm stoked too.  The reason I mentioned (above) that I miss the days of Standard and Mack Dawg is because the majority of the small projects these days are highly specialized with one type of riding, i.e., urban only.  I prefer a well balanced film that showcases street, big lines, backcountry, even resort and park riding.

Also, a lot of the current/recent projects have a very similar vibe.  Similar (often melancholic) music with an arthouse feel.  Nothing inherently bad about that- I definitely like to watch movies that fit that bill.  However, I'd like to see more diversity/different approaches, and more movies that get me hyped to ride (with some punk rock and hip hop).

Def agree. Though, I admit I'm def of that melancholic/alt-rock edit vibe you speak of lol. But def nice to see some variety/diff vibes.

I know it's not really big on here, and is the genre I tune in to the least. But the content curated by the Dustbox are pretty refreshing and stylish, for that style of riding. Always a pretty fun watch, ngl.

Mainly hoping Korua puts out something new. Likely just YFT's though, given there hasn't been any hoopla/teasers for an upcoming short film this past year.

Really enjoyed i wanted most last season. Just a real fun watch start to finish


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Airblaster vids have actually been dope the last few winters @spenser. And that Halldor part was bonkers, great part @pacendubya.

And agreed @duffalo. Gotta watch their new one coming out, and the one before. Fun, not taking it too serious - vibe. My actual fave street rider currently has to be Ben Bilodeau/IG @bloodysneakers, has wicked style. Same with your shop rider @coleslawed, Benny Milam. He rips, the shii he does is ridic, too.


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Airblaster vids have actually been dope the last few winters @spenser. And that Halldor part was bonkers, great part @pacendubya.

And agreed @duffalo. Gotta watch their new one coming out, and the one before. Fun, not taking it too serious - vibe. My actual fave street rider currently has to be Ben Bilodeau/IG @bloodysneakers, has wicked style. Same with your shop rider @coleslawed, Benny Milam. He rips, the shii he does is ridic, too.

AB's recent Hood video for Ben Lynch was great.

I don't think we actually sponsor Benny, we're blowing it on that. he still comes into the shop for all of his small stuff. super down to earth kid.


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Keep the stoke going further. Pow, sidehits, all that good stuff. Dope vid.

 


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