Category Archives: Film

4th Annual Eagle Field Hot Rod Gathering

Eagle field from E-rock415 on Vimeo.

Rumbleseat

Rumbleseat -The Sadies from Mike Roberts on Vimeo. Rumbleseat is an animated short film based on the music of The Sadies set in a world created by animator and director Mike Roberts. Based on classic westerns and rockabilly culture, the

Carnival Of Souls (1962) Full Length

“Carnival of Souls” is an odd, obscure horror film that was made on a low budget in 1962 in Lawrence, Kan., and still has an intriguing power. Like a lost episode from “Twilight Zone,” it places the supernatural right in

Some Old Ford

Some Old Ford from Ben Pender-Cudlip on Vimeo. A story about a man and his car.

The Real Thing

The Real Thing from Union HZ on Vimeo. THE REAL THING is a short documentary about custom hot rod builder BODIE STROUD and his re-imagining of a classic Mustang by way of an extremely rare and powerful motor built specifically

Factory 6

Factory 6 from Bandit Films on Vimeo. Craig Metros is a Detroit born car designer, artist and hot rod builder. Craig moved to Melbourne, Australia five years ago on an international work transfer. The first film from new production house

Time Lapse Route 66

USA Route 66 Cross Country Road Trip *** Turn on annotations to see what state is being displayed in the video *** This Timelapse / Drivelapse video shows my road trip down the entire length of Route 66 (The Mother

On the Salt – Buick Bombshell

From Darkcar On the Salt - Buick Bombshell from Darkcar on Vimeo. A short look at a classic Buick and it’s unusual construction, designed for the Salt Flats.

Wrecked Metals

From Josh Clason Wrecked Metals from Josh Clason on Vimeo. I had the opportunity to cruise up to Boise, Idaho a few months ago and meet with Matt Whitlock of Wrecked Metals. We had a great time shooting this over

Where They Raced – Part II

Where They Raced 2nd Teaser from Sunny & Mild Media on Vimeo. Known around the world for its sunshine, oranges, bathing beauties and Hollywood blockbusters – it’s hard to imagine (and mostly forgotten) that arguably more racing and innovation has