2012 Ski Movie Reviews: Stept Productions – The Eighty Six
If you like urban skiing, buy this movie. It’s really that simple. Stept, headed up by producers (and pro skiers) Nick Martini and Cam Riley, has been in the game of producing authentic street skiing flicks for years, but this is for sure the company’s best film to date. The creativity of the urban features, the detail in cinematography and the straight-up gnar factor brought by the skiers puts The Eighty Six in a league of its own for urban shredding. The film opens with an athlete intro filmed like a scene from a Guy Ritchie film. From there, it wastes no time introducing the film’s star, Riley, who puts down banger shot after banger shot, and sets the vibe for the rest of the movie. From Sean Jordan to Shea Flynn, Charlie Ownes to Clayton Vila, the talent and effort put into each features would warrant a viewing, even if it wasn’t edited together. The quality of the finished product, though, is what makes adding this to your collection a no-brainer.
Trailer Page: vimeo.com/46670956
Runtime: 40 min
Get It: itunes.apple.com/us/movie/the-eighty-six/id558265811
Official Trailer: Stept Productions presents The Eighty Six
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