Smash together some snowboarding, Euro Dance Trance House Smash Mash Mix Indie Music, serious scenery, some dudes who really know how to use a computer and what do you get? You get something weird. Not Jersey Shore, but maybe Euro Shore, fueled on candy, beer and good snowboarding. Sounds good, huh? Well, there’s a reason Isenseven has kicked ass for years, and it’s their attitude. With the 42-minute movie you also get more bonus footage than anyone could handle in one sitting, a cute little booklet thing on the history and crew and more importantly, you don’t get any macho, jetpack, push-it-to-the-limit, The-Real-JP-Sexton, gotta’-land-bolts bullshit. Â The flick’s fun, light, interesting and as always, edited to perfection and serious eye crack for those interested in anything involving a camera.
Apparently Isenseven hasn’t locked down an American distribution plan yet, so getting a copy might be tough, but it’s worth it for any film fan, wannabe filmer/editor or anyone with a passion for fun snowboarding. As usual, Vincent Urban and his crew went out and captured moments and scenes that would put Mack Dawg to shame, you know, if there was a Mack Dawg. The snowboarding is, as always, not going to blow anyone out of their seat, but it’s solid, with plenty of double corks and rail spinning crap to entertain the masses.
Diamond Donny’s Review: Diamond Donny gives this eurotrash 3 stars. No wait four stars ‘cuz least they speak American. Still 46 behind old glory though.