Coby Persin is a “YouTube personality” who specialises in “pranks” and “social experiments,” meaning that he makes his living inconveniencing and intruding upon the lives of ordinary people who are just trying to get through the day. Recently, he visited New York City, and naturally, that meant blocking a lane of Seventh Avenue traffic to pose for the camera in front of his six-figure-price tag BMW i8. One New Yorker was having none of it though.
This man doing a flip in front of a train has to be crazy. That’s what any normal person would think after watching this video. But did the daredevil in Russia actually risk his life just to look cool on YouTube? Some people think the train and flip were filmed at different times and then edited together. What do you think?
Ten days after 9/11, a white supremacist named Mark Stroman came into the gas station where Bhuiyan was working behind the counter, pointed a double barreled shotgun at his face, and pulled the trigger. Then Bhuiyan did something almost unimaginable. As Mark Stroman sat on death row, Bhuiyan worked night and day to fight for his clemency, and the two of them — the attacker and the victim — became friends.
Official trailer for the three-part series of this New GoPro Adventure. Cave explorer Robbie Schmittner and his dedicated team make breath-taking discoveries on their mission to find the world’s biggest cave. Chronicled with jaw-dropping video, Robbie and company attempt to simultaneously make and preserve history amongst the sacred Maya undergrounds found beneath Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula.
Most humans are born with an in-built alarm system. It’s an alarm system that stops you from climbing to the 50th floor of a Canadian skyscraper, jumping from ledge to ledge on the skyscraper’s exterior, and dying a horrible death on the concrete below. Russian daredevil Oleg Sherstyachenko doesn’t have an in-built alarm system. Or, if he does have an in-built alarm system, he certainly doesn’t pay any attention to it.
If you’re looking for a short film that will give you all of the holiday-inspired sentimentality and warm fuzzies… Jason Kupfer’s Invaders is definitely not going to do it. However, if you are a fan of gratuitous amounts of blood with a dose of holiday horror, this dark comedy will certainly tickle (or rather slice) your fancy.
With more sick turn-down whips per minute than any other movie ever filmed we give you the Tyler Bereman segment of Moto 8: The Movie. Following Bereman’s segment is a sunset session at a private Pala Raceway featuring none other than Monster Energy’s Josh Hill and Axel Hodges. Sit back, relax and enjoy as these three give you a schooling in style. Shout out to John Sanders for the shot.