Category: Film Review

Cinematic Art by Kai Neville

… And some proper charging by Craig Ando. The Quieter You Are The More You Can Hear is the culmination of more than 2 years of filming by Kai Neville and Dave Fox. If you are looking for a high octane, Monster Energy-fueled surf clip you may want to look elsewhere. However, before you do, […]

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Numb Skulls Hunt Irish Slabs

In our latest issue of Rambler Surf Magazine, we covered Ryan Simalchik, Rob Kelly, and Stevie Pittman surfing the first Winter Storm of the cold water season in their first installment of the Numb Skulls series. Now, there’s episode two and it just got real. The boys sent it across the Atlantic to the land […]

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Good Morning, Ben Gravy

  Good morning. We’re not sure why there hasn’t been any Ben Gravy vlogs feature on our website… This dude is a Jersey legend, and (especially in this video) he promotes a great mantra for living life, on and off his surfboard.   And, of course, the guy rips. He’s one of the best surfers […]

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Tyler Warren in “SUR”

  Tyler Warren don’t care if it’s “Charlie’s Point” or not. He’ll ride it with a fish, thruster, step-up, or an egg…   Warren’s new edit isn’t groundbreaking. But, with good music and consistently stylish surfing on a warm, right-hand point break, you can’t help but get lost in this one.   The Clash plays […]

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OBX Won’t Stop Impressing Us

  Brett Barley and the Outer Banks’ most faithful have this place dialled. If you’ve never seen it in person, you almost can’t grasp how barreled these guys actually get. However, this video sure gives the viewer a good idea.   Not so sure about the ska, wanna-be-punk music. Nor are we comfortable with the […]

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For the Fellow East Coast Road-Rippers

I recently stumbled upon a 42-year-old surf film which documents a classic surf trip to one of our favorite locations: Cape Hatteras.  According to Brian Tissot’s YouTube page, Dave Bence, Frank Dorenkamp, Pat Fulks and Tissot himself journeyed from Virginia to OBX and even further south to Florida in search of waves and pure freedom. […]

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Jordy Smith’s, “Just Now”

I’ve been in a bit of a rut lately when it comes to keeping up with surf media. And unfortunately, Jordy Smith’s newest short film was one of those pieces of media that didn’t find it’s way onto my computer screen. However, when I finally did click the play button, I stopped it five minutes […]

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