Don’t sleep on this movie from Brothers Factory. The French Canadian boys did some serious work in the streets and this is next level rail riding.
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The Brothers Factory crew did it again with Jamais Vu there current offering out of the Easter side of Canada. Jason Dubois slayed the mean streets and put it all on film.
The Brothers Factory boys went to Camp of Champions in scenic Whistler to do some snowboarding, shoot some guns, and play around with their rods. If you’re sick of Mt. Hood edits check this one out instead.
I can still remember the first time I watched a Brothers Factory movie, it was probably some time around 2003 or 2004 and while entertaining it wasn’t a mind blowing flick. Since then these Quebec kids have come a long way and this new teaser doesn’t look to disappoint. Prepare yourself for some heavy shredding.
Have you ever seen a hammer being dropped from a 10 story building? If you haven’t watch this cause the level of urban destruction from all the proverbial hammers being thrown down is amazing. Seriously your mind will be blown!
Another full part from the Brothers Factory crew. Pretty obvious after watching this why they called their flick Hungry. These kids are devouring everything in sight.
Brothers Factory just has a way of bringing the best jib kids from Canada to the light of day. Another banger full part you should watch.
Hungry? Why wait? Here’s a double dose of free parts from the Brothers Factory out of Canada. There must be something in the poutine.
I remember the first time I saw a Brothers Factory movie, lets just say they’ve come a long way since then and this teaser is a reminder of that. 10 years deep and these guys still embody the Quebec jib scene in my opinion.
Brothers Factory out of Quebec has come a long way from their beginnings in making shred flicks. This teaser is evident with better quality, better riding, and all around just a better looking movie that should stoke you out. After all isn’t that what a teaser does?