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VHS cover - Church of Skatan Holy Rollers

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Other videos put out by Church of Skatan:

  Oh My God! (2000)
  Wild In The Streets (1998)
  Santa Barbara (1996)
  Hellfire. Damnation. Skateboarding. (1995)
  Who Farted (1994)

Holy Rollers
Church of Skatan
1997, 30 minutes
Current Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

Holy Rollers is a 25 minute skateboarding sermon from the crusaders of the Church of Skatan, circa 1997. The video features mostly raw footage of pros, ams, and some friends riding street, with anything from stairs and rails to flat land as well as some mini-ramp. The music consists of family favorites such as the Wu Tang Clan and Public Enemy, as well as positive contributions from Metallica, Motorhead and AC/DC.

BrAD (the silent "R") December 04, 2003

I watched Holy Rollers expecting very little but was pleasantly surprised. The combination of good music, quality skating and crappy filming gives the video a homemade feel. Fortunately, the focus is on the skating, with the little guys killing it. Silvey is smooth and Baptiste is four feet of switch-stance power. I also really like Joey Pulsifer's part, featuring his smooth style, good tricks, and shuvits that really pop. The nice thing is that every time I felt the video getting repetitious, they threw in a mini-ramp trick or two to grab my attention. Clever! The montages aren't too bad either. One even has Rick McCrank killing some bowls with huge flip tricks. Overall, the video is one solid effort.

BrAD (the silent "R")

What to Expect:


Featured Skaters:
Sammy Baptista
Dylan Gardner
George Nagai
Carl Nunes
Joey Pulsifer
Jacob Rodrigue
Nelson Shin
Jesse Silvey
Tony Tieu


Also Appearing:
There are 37 other skaters that appear in this video for a few tricks. They deserve credit too.


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

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