DUMB The Story of Big Brother Mag

[pt_text color=”#dd3333″ css_animation=”” pt_hidden_viewport=”” css_delay=”” el_class=”” css=””]DESCRIPTION.[/pt_text][pt_marginblock margin=”9″ measure=”px” pt_hidden_viewport=””][pt_text color=”” css_animation=”” pt_hidden_viewport=”” css_delay=”” el_class=”” css=””]When maverick skateboard company owner Steve Rocco kept having his controversial ads rejected by the prominent skateboard magazines in 1992, he did the next logical thing: create his own magazine to publish anything he wanted. Founded on being censorship-free in a time before the internet, Big Brother went on to gain cult notoriety for its irreverent, naughty and blatantly stupid content.

Told through present-day interviews and archival footage – much of which has never been seen before – Dumb is a look back at the story of Big Brother and the dysfunctional family of misfits—including Jeff Tremaine, Johnny Knoxville, Chris Pontius, and Steve-O—that eventually outgrew the pages and home videos of the magazine to give birth to MTV’s Jackass, forever leaving a smear on pop culture.[/pt_text]

[pt_text color=”#dd3333″ css_animation=”” pt_hidden_viewport=”” css_delay=”” el_class=”” css=””]CREDITS.[/pt_text][pt_text color=”” css_animation=”” pt_hidden_viewport=”” css_delay=”” el_class=”” css=””]By Patrick O’Dell[/pt_text]
[pt_text color=”#dd3333″ css_animation=”” pt_hidden_viewport=”” css_delay=”” el_class=”” css=””]CATEGORY.[/pt_text][pt_text color=”” css_animation=”” pt_hidden_viewport=”” css_delay=”” el_class=”” css=””]Skate[/pt_text]
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