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CKY: Infiltrate, Destroy, Rebuild - The Video Album (2003)

A series of music videos for all the songs of the album "Infiltrate, Destroy, Rebuild." Contains everything from psycho killers, drug addicts, suicide-fetishes, to a 1984-esque claymation segment.

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Bam Margera
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Credited cast:
Erin Brown ... Herself (as Misty Mundae)
Daniel Cuzzetto Daniel Cuzzetto ... Himself (as CKY Alliance)
Brandon DiCamillo ... Emergency Room Doctor / Himself (Cameo)
Tyler Dolph Tyler Dolph ... Himself
Ann Marie Esposito Ann Marie Esposito ... Herself
Joseph Frantz ... Joe Frantz
Chad Ginsburg ... Himself
Mark Hanna Mark Hanna ... Himself (Cameo)
Bam Margera ... Himself (Cameo)
Jess Margera Jess Margera ... Himself
Deron Miller ... Himself
Barry Pinto Barry Pinto ... Himself
Chris Raab ... Emergency Room Doctor / Himself (Cameo)
Rakeyohn ... Himself (Cameo)
Jennifer Rivell Jennifer Rivell ... Victim #1
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A series of music videos for all the songs of the album "Infiltrate, Destroy, Rebuild." Contains everything from psycho killers, drug addicts, suicide-fetishes, to a 1984-esque claymation segment.

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Official Sites:

Official CKY Website

Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

18 November 2003 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

CKY: Chopped and Sliced See more »

Filming Locations:

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA See more »

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Budget:

$100,000 (estimated)
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Color
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Trivia

The video for "Disengage The Simulator" was supposed to feature a man driving a truck off a cliff and into a quarry, matching what the song lyrics are about. The plan was that it would star Timothy Bottoms (one of Deron Miller's favorite actors) to be the unlucky truck driver that drives off the cliff. Every quarry that they asked to film there said no, and the only quarry that said they could film the video, only had a 10 foot drop. The band scrapped the idea and just had themselves perform in front of a big "CKY" instead. See more »

Quotes

Deron Miller: [on the set of the "shock and terror" shoot] Ok, so she could be masocistic up here, and enjoying the peach, and...
Misty Mundae: [cuts him off] I could be...
Deron Miller: [mocking her pointless butt-in] Yeah, you could be.
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Connections

References CKY2K (2000) See more »

Soundtracks

Sporadic Movement
Written by Deron Miller, Jess Margera, and Chad Ginsburg
Performed by CKY
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A DVD worthy of paying tribute to such a brilliant album.
7 December 2003 | by someotherguySee all my reviews

If you are a fan of CKY (the band) then you MUST check out this DVD. WHile it dosen't have a lot in the way of special features (two bonus videos, commentary by the band, & making-of featurettes), it does manage to satisfy both the hardcore and casual fan.

Let me break it down by Video:

Escape from Hellview- This vid takes a lot of influence from 80's slasher flicks. Complete with camp horror, really fake gore, and a ridiculous number of panty shots, this is one of the better videos on the DVD. (4/5)

Flesh Into Gear- Not much has changed since the version they did for CKY3. The backgrounds have different colors now instead of the white wall they used. Some new jackass clips as well. This is basically a performance vid that features the CKy crew doing stunts and acting like the fools they are. Its okay, but the CKY3 version looks far superior to the new one. (2/5)

Sink Into the Underground- This one features the band on top of a roof playing at sunset. The plot features the struggles of a couple as their relationship slowly falls apart due to drug use. This is truly one of the best videos I have seen in a long time. It has the feel of a true film in three minutes. Everying about this video is tweaked perfectly, the best on the DVD. (5/5)

Attached at the Hip- Another performance video featuring the band playing in the ruins of an abandoned building, and in Bam's basement. Not much to say here really, just a good video all around. (4/5)

Frenetic Amnesic- This video was somewhat of a dissapointment for me. It starts looking to be serious and have a lot of potential to match the song's angst-filled tone. The inclusion of an outake clip in the middle of it though kinda screws up the atmosphere of it. But, if you dont care about this type of thing, then you will probably like this video, (the rest of it is very good.) (3.5/5)

Shock & Terror- The most outlandish of the videos, this one features a porno-star (Misty Mundae) being plagued by what she thinks to be a killer. For some reason, she starts cutting herself and getting aroused by it. The video intercuts with the band playing in a haunted mansion. Although this video sounds strange in writing, it is edited and shot very well. Excellent video. (5/5)

Plastic Plan- In this one, according to the band, they wanted a "retro" feel for it. It is basically a performance video with flashing lights and strange patterns green-screened into the background. (3/5)

Inhuman Creation Station- Another outlandish video. This time, however, the band is not featured at all. In fact, it is all done in stop motion animation with little clay features. The video shows a 1984-esque factory where humans are created. One by one the system starts to fail. Superb animation and an interesting premise. (4.5/5)

Sporadic Movement- Yet another performance video. Dont worry though, this video is so fast-paced and cool to watch, it rarely gets boring. The vid itself features the band playing inside a truck going at what looks like 70 mph. This one has to be seen to be believed. (5/5)

Close Yet Far- What DVD would be complete without the infamous "tour" video? This video is pretty average compared to the others. Not much to say in the way of a premise, just that it shows a bunch of footage from the O.O.T.N.A. (Out On the Noose Again) and B.O.O.T.N.A. (Back Out on the Noose Again) tours. Average video. (3.5/5)

96 Quite Bitter Beings- Exactly the same as the version on CKY2K. Except the color has been GREATLY improved. The video is basically Bam Margera getting chased by an angry Ryan Dunn with cameos by the CKY crew and cuts showing th band playing in a warehouse of some kind. This was the first video by CKY that ever saw the light of day, and the quality of the film lacks behind the rest of the DVD. Still, it is still rather enjoyable. (4/5)

Disengage the Simulator- Don't expect much out of this one. This video was spliced together from a bunch of extra clips they had,and the band performing in front of a giant "CKY" logo. I will cut the band some slack based on the commentary, and how they did have a cool idea for this vid but in just didn't work out. However, it is still the worst one on the DVD. (2.5/5)

Overall, this a good DVD with a little something for all kinds of CKY fans. (8.5/10)


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