The 'Gummo' director explains how skateboarding influenced his filmmaking.
We met up with the director behind 'Kids' on a new episode of 'EPICLY LATER'D,' learning about his first brushes with skating and what the sport means to him now.
A sonic reading of a cult classic that came out 20 years ago and has continued to piss people off ever since.
What if Sophia, Spike and Harmony curated their own music festivals?
We met with the director to talk about his career, the years he spent "mowing lawns and shooting guns," and his love of the TV show 'Cops.'
"A lot of my work is made up of what I think is strange or interesting or striking. It's all plastic and pink—the stuff that we as girls are supposed to love."
Guy Myhill's new film is like the British version of "Gummo."
Joseph is about a bunch of skaters losing their shit in Southern California.
For the past decade or so skateboarding has found itself bowing to big corporate sponsors and overzealous stage parents' ideas of what's obscene, resulting in mind-numbingly boring board graphics.