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    From the Inside Out

    Just pre-ordered my copy of From the Inside Out on Itunes! So pumped for this movie, who else is looking forward to it?! The Coastal Crew always has amazing edits so I cannot wait for what they do with a full length movie.
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    Yeah for sure, when does it release? Dec 1st?

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    Yes Dec 1. I preordered mine as well.

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    Saw the premier in Portland. Sick movie! Really enjoyed watching it. Train gaps were BIG! If there was one request I wish it'd been longer. It's only a tad over 30 min I think. We were so stoked we couldn't believe it was over so soon, haha.

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    Quote Originally Posted by genemk View Post
    Saw the premier in Portland. Sick movie! Really enjoyed watching it. Train gaps were BIG! If there was one request I wish it'd been longer. It's only a tad over 30 min I think. We were so stoked we couldn't believe it was over so soon, haha.
    yup great movie, way too short.

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    Yeah, I did check the length before pre-ordering and despite the fact that I wish it was longer, I figured I'd just watch it on repeat until I got my full fix haha
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    What other mountain bike films are coming out soon? They're really the only way I survive the winter besides skiing.
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    Check out the teaser for Shifted on Pinkbikes homepage. Looks great, too bad it wont be out till spring.... I too, rely on mtb movies to get me through the long winters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scottvt View Post
    Check out the teaser for Shifted on Pinkbikes homepage. Looks great, too bad it wont be out till spring.... I too, rely on mtb movies to get me through the long winters.
    Yup, Shifted looks promising too!
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    Quote Originally Posted by scottvt View Post
    Check out the teaser for Shifted on Pinkbikes homepage. Looks great, too bad it wont be out till spring.... I too, rely on mtb movies to get me through the long winters.
    Looks sick! On the plus side, it'll get me pumped to ride at the start of the season, not as all the trails are turning to ****.

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    Anyone willing to give a more detailed review of from the inside out? Also Where The Trail Ends, Strength in Numbers and Barred for Life 2 should be coming out in 2012 from what I hear.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drinkwat View Post
    Anyone willing to give a more detailed review of from the inside out? Also Where The Trail Ends, Strength in Numbers and Barred for Life 2 should be coming out in 2012 from what I hear.
    I haven't seen it myself, but I know some folks who saw FTIO at the premiere in germany. Most of them thought is was pretty f'n awesome, one of the best bike movies ever, just very short (35mins or so!).
    One complaint was that (as usual) if you've seen all the Coastal Crew trailers and vids, you've seen most of the movie already.


    I'd like to see it, but $15 (Australian Dollars on iTunes) for a 35min movie seems a bit steep to me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lelebebbel View Post
    I haven't seen it myself, but I know some folks who saw FTIO at the premiere in germany. Most of them thought is was pretty f'n awesome, one of the best bike movies ever, just very short (35mins or so!).
    One complaint was that (as usual) if you've seen all the Coastal Crew trailers and vids, you've seen most of the movie already.


    I'd like to see it, but $15 (Australian Dollars on iTunes) for a 35min movie seems a bit steep to me.
    I would disagree with your friends. It's an NWD'esq section-by-section type movie. There are some very very nice sections. The Stevie Smith section was way better than I thought it would be. The matt hunter section has got to be one of his best. I gotta stop singling out sections because they're all awesome!
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    ^^^ If you don't want to single out any more segments, I will. The Brandon Semenuk segmant was by far my favorite. Amazing airs put to good music.

    Good little movie. Stoked to see the next Anthill film this Spring.

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    if you like racing, freecaster should be releasing a 3 hour recap of the 2011 WC season filmed by alex rankin. And there are no better mtb makers then rankin.

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    Just got From the Inside Out on iTunes. About to watch it, I'll post my own review later haha
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    Just finished watching it. Great stoke and worth the $13 on itunes but it was kind of a kick in the balls. It's snowing so hard outside I can't even ride my F***ing road bike.

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    Yep, just finished watching my iTunes copy. Thoughts:

    -a bit short, yeah. Also, there is a feeling that it lacks the overall direction of some of the more "established" titles (Seasons, Follow Me, etc). It is just a sequence of really great riding segments. Which is actually a plus in the end - it really doesn't try to be anything else, and it does it really well.

    -cinematography is great, lovely light throughout, some nice creative angles. Not over the top artsy for art's sake either - just really flowy footage.

    -the riding is unreal. Everything is so big, yet smooth...almost every single scene is epic in its own right, never mind getting 100s of them. Also, some of the locations are unreal...we get to see all kinds of scenery, types of dirt, they visit some old sites etc...really nice.

    -Did someone says train gapssss...

    -for $13 or whatever, you shouldn't even be thinking of not buying it. Totally worth it.

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    Just watched it for the second time and I must say that despite the short length it is definitely worth the money. I would honestly rather have it be short and sweet than long and mediocre. This is a must have mtb movie for this year. I cannot even pick out my favorite segment because they are all done so well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by murd View Post
    Just finished watching it. Great stoke and worth the $13 on itunes but it was kind of a kick in the balls. It's snowing so hard outside I can't even ride my F***ing road bike.
    I can top that, I just finished watching it here on the east coast.
    1. There's no snow so I can't even get my adrenaline rush from skiing.
    2. It's a perfect day for mountain biking but I'm in college and I just brought my downhill bike back down to my house last weekend thinking the season was over.

    So now I'm stuck in my dorm room like an insane shut in.
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    I thought it was awesome. Right off the bat, the first section's music track is absolutely awesome. I was so glad they put more electronic music in. Some of the music choices in Follow Me sorta fudged the experience for me but they nailed it in From the Inside Out.

    The editing with the first section especially, and throughout the film was fantastic and really kept it feeling flowy without even using much helmet cam footage at all. This is pretty cool, since it has the awesome look of 3rd person footage with almost the awesome feel of first person footage. Things like using trees for transitions and stuff, I really liked that.

    Yeah, it is so short it feels more like a good compilation of individual videos, but it is quite worth the money.

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    I recently purchased it off iTunes and I can say that it was phenomenal. It was SOOO much better than Lifecycles.

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    Great movie, one section that stands out is Brandon's. Don't really care too much for the jumpy jump slopestyle scenes, although this one was well done. The rest of it was great, and movie as a whole is top notch. Riding was super smooth, super big, and super fast. And train gapSSSS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by arkon11 View Post
    I recently purchased it off iTunes and I can say that it was phenomenal. It was SOOO much better than Lifecycles.
    That production as a whole was great, but where was the actual riding?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Iceman2058 View Post
    Yep, just finished watching my iTunes copy. Thoughts:

    -a bit short, yeah. Also, there is a feeling that it lacks the overall direction of some of the more "established" titles (Seasons, Follow Me, etc). It is just a sequence of really great riding segments. Which is actually a plus in the end - it really doesn't try to be anything else, and it does it really well..

    I guess that would be because...it wasnt made by the same people ???!A few guys from the ¨collective¨ crew ( now Anthill ) helped out but overall the movie was mostly made by
    the Coastal crew.

    I didnt like the movie, same old recipe, safe but boring flat light mostly...good riding but it feels like a movie Ive alredy seen a hundred times before...not bad but I wouldnt even want to watch it twice...I like being surprised, I like creativity and From the inside out didnt deliver as far as Im concern...

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    The train gaps were o.k. but I think they could have better angles and a longer preview to allow the viewer to realize how big those gaps were! The rest of the movie was alright,at best!

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    The movie was good, yet it felt fragmented. Vanderham, Hunter and Aggy's segments were more like cameos. Their segments were WAY to short with very little riding. The style in which the film was put together was choppy as if they had to rush the film into production. It definitely showed that this was the Coastal Crew's first film. With that said, the scenery was epic and the filmed proved that the Crew has the potential to produce a heavy hitter in the future. Was it worth buying yes. Would it be the one film freeride film I'd want own? No.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drinkwat View Post
    The movie was good, yet it felt fragmented. Vanderham, Hunter and Aggy's segments were more like cameos. Their segments were WAY to short with very little riding. The style in which the film was put together was choppy as if they had to rush the film into production. It definitely showed that this was the Coastal Crew's first film. With that said, the scenery was epic and the filmed proved that the Crew has the potential to produce a heavy hitter in the future. Was it worth buying yes. Would it be the one film freeride film I'd want own? No.
    Yeah, I definitely agree. I'm hoping they release another film in the future, make it longer, and fix some of the other things. THEN it will definitely be one of the top mountain biking films.
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    I keep going back to Life Cycles! On Blu-ray and my 55" LCD, feels like im there!

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    great cinematography for the most part. the cable shots in smith's segment were especially awesome. overall definitely felt fragmented though. and way too much freakin dubstep.

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    Agreed.

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    The fact that it was somewhat fragmented didn't bother me. Better than having some sort of a fake storyline at least. Overall good, but not quite a top-5 movie in my opinion. Especially since I paid the same amount for "The Art Of Flight" (snowboard movie), which is twice as long, and nucking futs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by roguebuilder View Post
    ^^^ If you don't want to single out any more segments, I will. The Brandon Semenuk segmant was by far my favorite. Amazing airs put to good music.

    Good little movie. Stoked to see the next Anthill film this Spring.
    anyone know what the song was?

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    Good but not great. Short movie. Bad soundtrack. One train jump was enough.
    Liked the opening segment and the Hunter segment. The rest were forgettable.

    Just my lame opinion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by toHELLuRIDE View Post
    Good but not great. Short movie. Bad soundtrack. One train jump was enough.
    Liked the opening segment and the Hunter segment. The rest were forgettable.

    Just my lame opinion.
    My two cents thrown into the pot...

    I agree with the "good but not great assessment". I really liked Stevie Smiths spot though, he's fast as hell and has amazing control. Besides that I think Aggy's segment should have been much longer and the editing made the movie seem fairly fragmented. All in all good movie and worth a watch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rumlan View Post
    My two cents thrown into the pot...

    I agree with the "good but not great assessment". I really liked Stevie Smiths spot though, he's fast as hell and has amazing control. Besides that I think Aggy's segment should have been much longer and the editing made the movie seem fairly fragmented. All in all good movie and worth a watch.
    I liked the Steve Smith segment too. That trail looked so mint. My kind of riding there.
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    It was OK, not as good as follow me and not nearly as good as the original three collective videos. I'm not a huge slopestyle guy but the Semenuk segment was pretty impressive.

    It could have used more cable cams/interesting angles and POV shots. Also the music was horrible. I'm not into the Dance/techno music, I like electronicky stuff sometimes but that was REALLY bad aside from the music from the houseboat section which was Ok. Music is of course a super subjective thing, but they seemed to pack this film full of one type of music which to me is horrible, should have gone for more variety IMO, helps to differentiate the segments better.

    Train jump was really awesome but I'm not sure why they had to do it twice? Segments were virtually identical.

    Stevie Smith segment was probably the best but I like watching speed and extreme bike control more than hucking.

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    AFAIK the two train jumps were different jumps over different trains.
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    I thought it was extremely good.
    It has a lot of repeat value, so that puts it high in my book.
    Steve Smith's section was good, but much better after the directors commentary to get an idea of what to really look for.
    Best thing I have seen released this year as far as quality goes. (Life Cycles was 2010?)
    I loved it

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