Zach Sayles’ Veil is a video that’s hard to get through because the opening part is that fucking good you’ll want to run it back immediately, but you’ll be richly rewarded for your efforts.
Corey Rosson’s Third World Cuntry is unapologetically Southern, and a great watch from beginning to end. Check out Edgar Hernandez’s ender part (his second this year, coming just months after the latest Threads vid) and check out Nolo Skateboarding’s two prior videos, while you’re at it.
Kevin Horn’s Perennial is a classy sort of video: the median age of the skaters involved is well into the 30s, the spots are mellow and look like a blast, the sun is shining in all the footage, and the music supervision is top-notch.
Bucking this week’s trend, Orchard Skateshop’s POLLEN isn’t VX and isn’t quite a full-length, but it will make you really sad you never got a chance to skate Copley.
If you were wondering why Shintaro Hongo had a blink-and-you’ll-miss-it part in JIT, it’s because he was stacking for an unbelievable part in Timescan 2. Japanese footage, quick feet, crazy spots – it’s all in here.
Finally, NJ’s favorite son Ron Deily put out an amazing part last week (mastered by Steve Mastorelli), in which he makes everything look way too easy.