Skeleton Crew World Premiere!By admin • Oct 17th, 2009 • Category: Features, Random
History was made at the Hollywood Theater last night.Â Not any era-defining history, but it was the world premiere of Skeleton Crewâ€™s debut film Group Effect.Â In collaboration with Exit Real Worldâ€™s Super Sweet 16 birthday party, all the locals made it out for a night of good friends and good films.Â While it was jock-full of teenaged studs,it wasÂ no high budget red-carpet Sweet 16 style event here.
Undoubtedly the best opener of the year goes to Jarad Hadi. Spitting out his two front teeth and a pool of blood got everyone ready for the night to ensue.Â Playing more like a 40 minute â€œfriends partâ€ than an actual snowboard video, Group Effect brought together some of todayâ€™s most diverse riders into a collaborative all-types-of-snowboarding video. Some highlights of the film?Â LNP is wearing actual outerwear. A pretty solid double front-flip.Â Chris Bradshaw demolishing his lungs. Sandboarding in a Nick, Jarad, Tyler epic trio ending.
Since Yobeat demands the highest journalistic endeavors Iâ€™ve gone to the streets (or just the people sitting next to me at work) to gather a general consensus of the film.
Trevor Sullivan: â€œI liked watching Jarad knock his teeth out. I think that was everyoneâ€™s favorite part actually.â€
Roberto Aragon: â€œThey should call it Homies.â€
Matt Bosworth: â€œDick Jerks? Or Hadi.â€
Sheena Darling: â€œIt was more snowboarding than I knew what to do with.â€
So there you have it.Â A Super Sweet 16 with the Skeleton Crew.Â No MTV cameras, no surprise performance from T.I., and no brand new Mercedes.Â Just a snowboard video and some friends. — Bryanna Woll
For more info on the Skeleton Crew, check out Hump Day with the brains of the business, Evan Lefebvre