Crusty Demons of Dirt, Vol. 3

Crusty Demons of Dirt, Vol. 3


  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:0 minutes
  • Release:2001
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:motor,  

Motocross stars Mike Metzger and Seth Enslow are among the many riders featured in this homage to their favorite sport. Background music is provided by such groups as White Zombie, the Offspring, Agent Orange, and Ministry. The stunts, tricks, and skits these riders perform take place in Florida, California, Nevada, and Brazil. Many of the rides include the types of jumps and other maneuvers that. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Crusty Demons of Dirt, Vol. 3 torrent reviews

Leah F (us) wrote: Based on Meister Eckart's work, this is a fantastic documentary on a group of individuals who study the fear of death and want to show us how everything we think and do is in an attempt to secure a form of immortality. It is totally one-sided view, but it is a fascinating one!

James C (jp) wrote: Yet another potent (although critically underrated) drama from Jim Sheridan and Daniel Day-Lewis, the Irish director and British star (respectively) of My Left Foot and In the Name of the Father. The story focuses on Danny Flynn (Day-Le...

Mark K (es) wrote: Young Katherine Heigl tries to impress prospective boyfriend by telling that her father is her boyfriend. A lot of plot happens, then she gets the boy, the father gets a new wife and his ex gets the dog....Not funny.

Mario R (de) wrote: one awesome movie if I have to say the end always gets me

Leah C (ag) wrote: F R O D O B A G G I N S

Tatsuhito K (jp) wrote: Even though you can kind of guess and solve the mystery after the halfway through, Secret Window manages to keep us stay engaged until the very end. It's an above-average, off-beat thriller and Johnny Depp is enjoyably creepy.

Don S (nl) wrote: Loads of gore and some above average special effects make this war/occult horror movie worth a view. The two main characters were strongly played by Sunderland and Hall. Gina Valera was quite effective as both Helena and the demon. Pretty good effort from New Zealand.

Alex G (es) wrote: A sequence of skits without much to offer in way of heart, narrative, or creativity.

Francisco S (nl) wrote: tough time for the regular joe