VICE met up with the stars of 'Action Point' to talk about their new 'Jackass'-inspired tale of a theme park owner fighting to keep his business afloat.
No helmets, no roll cage, 100 kilometres an hour.
"I thought of the most painful stunts I could, and we made a film."
All for that sweet, sweet internet glory.
Two stunt performers talked to us about the changing face of the entertainment industry.
The driver lost control and crashed into a Vancouver office building, witnesses say.
So far, Mark Baumer has logged two months of walking and raised thousands of dollars.
He made it to the 21st floor before getting nabbed by police.
Ryan Stock got shot in the throat with a flaming arrow and lived to tell the tale.
Vic Armstrong got his start in 1966, before becoming Harrison Ford's regular stunt double and eventually coordinating stunt sequences for some of Hollywood's biggest films.
Hail to the chief.