Loiter: A Flatland Film
Well, here's something you don't see very often: an all-flatland video! In my opinion, this is a much-welcomed change to videos with non-stop trail riding ...not that there's anything wrong with those, but flatland is definitely overlooked too much.
Once you get through the long intro, Loiter includes the talents of Andrew Faris, Dylan Worsley, Jason Brown, Matt Gipson, Steve Roy, and others, so I don't even have to tell you how good it is. There's a lot of stuff here to inspire or depress, depending on how you react to watching some amazing riding. A lot of the tricks are the modern-day "popular" style: lots of front-wheel switching (often involving a cross-handed steamroller), scuffing tricks spinning the "wrong" way, reverse-scuffing, plus Dylan's insane on-the-pedal links. And if the new stuff confuses you, Steve Roy's old-school style will cheer you up.
For your ears, there's some metal, big band jazz, techno overall a mixed bag, but music is a very subjective subject. Also, the out-of-focus artsy shots are overused, and seemingly out of place claymation-style animations (which looks like early test shots for a Tool video) gets old. But if you flatland, do yourself a favor and see Loiter.