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VHS cover - Transworld Interface

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1997, 31 minutes
Current Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

As you could guess from the box and title, this fifth offering from Transworld has a computer interface theme with each part beginning with scenes of a computer loading a video file of the next section. There are montages done in a 411 fashion featuring tons of pros and amateurs throughout the film, and there is also a mini-section with Stephane Larance. This video contains mostly technical and street skating, but a healthy amount of vert is also mixed in, as well as some contest footage to fill in the gaps. Like the skating, the music is also a mixed bag. It includes punk, hip-hop, and even some electronica.

Simian P July 16, 2002

There is nothing in this film I can really complain about, because it delivers the goods. Chad Fernandez skates to Fugazi and tears up ledges, rails, and everything else in his path. I love how his part starts off with him smashing into a newspaper stand on a failed attempt at a rail, but I definitely didnít laugh when he kills the rail later with a crooked grind to backside lipslide to close out his part. Bob Burnquist is impressive, skating both street and vert in his section to show the range of his skills. The editing by the now legendary Ty Evans is flawless as he matches the skating to each beat of the music making the tricks flow and the video that much more enjoyable. Good music, great skating, lots of pros, all edited together seamlessly.

Simian P

What to Expect:

Featured Skaters:
Richard Angelides
Steve Berra
Bob Burnquist
Chad Fernandez
Keith Hufnagel
Chany Jeanguenin
Heath Kirchart
Stephane Larance
Dan Rogers

Also Appearing:
There are 78 other skaters that appear in this video for a few tricks. They deserve credit too.

Sound Track:
If you dig the music from Interface, check out the soundtrack for it.

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