[ Login ]

Advertising

Last completed movie pages

The Good Shepherd; Schulmädchen-Report 3. Teil - Was Eltern nicht mal ahnen; Hotel Coppelia; Roberto Carlos a 300 Quilômetros Por Hora; O Vigilante Rodoviário; How to Save a Marriage and Ruin Your Life; La noche de la ira; Detective Conan: The Culprit Hanzawa; Rodeu-mubi; Nado anaega isseosseumyeon johgessda; Desconectados; Underground; Pyewacket; Los cobardes; Transfusion; (more...)

Grip Video Volume 2, Documentary, 2003

Pictures provided by: boogieman

Display options:



Where to find this title?

Watch or buy this title - Powered by JustWatch

Comments about this movie

See all comments about this movie and its vehicles

AuthorMessage

boogieman US

2010-01-05 11:17

Done.

antp BE

2010-01-05 18:05

boogieman >> as this "documentary" is not on IMDB, could you provide details about it? Else it has no much interest of being listed here, except providing car pictures. By details, I mean the kind of info that would be needed if someone would watch it. Website links, who made it for what, etc.
By the way, maybe it would be better to put all volumes on one movie page, with episodes numbers as volume numbers. I could easily regroup the two first ones.

boogieman US

2010-01-06 23:33

antp wrote boogieman >> as this "documentary" is not on IMDB, could you provide details about it? Else it has no much interest of being listed here, except providing car pictures. By details, I mean the kind of info that would be needed if someone would watch it. Website links, who made it for what, etc.
By the way, maybe it would be better to put all volumes on one movie page, with episodes numbers as volume numbers. I could easily regroup the two first ones.


I was thinking that too, But I wasn't sure where to ask about it.

Info about the Grip Videos: Grip videos are pretty much "Documentary"'s on Drifting (Mostly in America). They take you everywhere from Professional Tuner shops (Mostly in California), to the street or track to watch Drifting (Mostly on a Hawaiian track), as well as Import car shows. They also throw in one or two interviews with Parts manufactures (Reviewing a custom part or two) on each volume. Each movie is about 60 minutes long, with about 20 minutes of "extra" footage.

There are around 7 volumes of it (I only have the first 4 or 5), and they can be found to purchase on Amazon.com.

Here's the amazon link:
Link to "www.amazon.com"

Add a comment

You must login to post comments...

Advertising