Red Light go
Does anyone have a copy of this? or any other cool vids or docs?
I've heard so much about it that I would like to get my hands on a copy as well..
someone should not biketorrent it
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while my car gently weeps
It's good. I already gave the copy Dirty Dan gave me away though.
i saw it at last year's SF bike film fest. it was excellent. so.....anyone? anyone?
If you don't look good...
I have it. It's been lent around town out here.
i want to see it. my friend has it. says worth supporting the people who made it. do not torrent this. support the people that made it. buy it.
i want to buy a copy, but money is being diverted elsewhere.
torrent it and make everone paypal the creators
I own it. the first copy they sent me though was sketchy, it'd pause and jump to different sections of the dvd. I emailed Amy and Kevin(squid) about it and they swapped out mine for another one. definatly a solid investment.
i have a copy, but i won't torrent it since i run the nybmf store with amy.
it's pretty good. best alleycat vid out there, and the video has lots of cool stuff on it.
yeah i got it too. good ****. couldn't someone at nybmf store burn some copies and sell them. how many copies are left that they still have to sell?
I've got it as well...def. not bad..wish there was more 'action' stuff though...
i've got it. it's a great movie, but i kinda regret buying it. it's only fifty minutes long and i paid almost thirty bucks for it. and i too wish there was more action. the brief helmetcam scenes are so intense--i wish there was fifty minutes of that!
B-Ville Chingaling Hustla
i bought it recently and quite enjoy it
the guy with a weird accent talking about a crash is me
i loved it. got my copy from nymbf not too long ago. they had the best price, better than amazon!
I've got a copy, great movie.
when you're from michigan, everybody in that movie has a weird accent.
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Not Badass, it's Tim.
Tonight, 8pm. 49 Houston St. btw Mott and Mulberry, NYC.
Free Screening of Red Light Go.
Part of Time's Up's weekly movie screenings.