They're back! jumping dirt bikes over fire and buildings and anything in their way. take a journey with the Crusty Demons throughout Australia, New Zealand, and the secret backyards in America. The "Dirty Dozen" is filled with the best riders making the impossible, possible!
WOW what a movie. These guys must struggle to get life... any sort or insurance. I've seen motorbike stunts before at shows and they can be a bit ho-hum, but these guys certainly push the boundaries. The height and technical difficulty of their stunts have to be seen to be believed. If you're amazed by a flip then try 2 of 'em and chuck in a no handed twist for good measure! They even flip a ski-mobile!.
This would be a great dvd to put on if you're having a party, for that quiet moment - great action to get it going again. You might want to put it on mute and play other music with it, unless you drink to heavy heavy metal.
It's very similar to the way the Jackass movies are filmed. Fast camera work and jumps around a lot from bikes to when the boys are on tour around the world. It also showcases all the riders and their particular style. It has a feature about the Crusty Demons video game as well.
The only gripe I have about the movie is they blur out the good bits, but if they didn't it would probably be 'R' rated
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