TENGU: God Of Mischief Trailer 2

One of this year's most anticipated underground skate films drops one more trailer before premiering later this month.

It’s kind of hard not to get your new skate film noticed when you’ve got footy of someone ollie-ing over a huge New York City subway platform gap. I mean seriously, the photo made waves throughout tons of online publications and blogs (both skate and non-skate), but the full footage of it all going down has yet to see the light of day. I take it that filmer Colin Read (Mandible Claw), also the man behind the upcoming film “Tengu: God Of Mischief,” knows a thing or two about building demand. If this second trailer of the project proves close to what the actual delivery will be, then viewers can expect a whole lot great skating in a whole lot of obscure New York City, San Francisco, Tokyo, and Bordeaux locations. The Far Eastern musical tone also alludes to the Japanese demon/god title. If you didn’t know, the mischief and creativity of the ancient spirits radiate through current skateboarding yo. The film is set to release by the end of August.

Underground Train Subway Tracks

New York City MTA Platform Skateboarding

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