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“Dumb: The Story of Big Brother Magazine” is a heartfelt ode to a pioneering magazine in the ‘90s that recognized that skateboarding culture was about much more than just doing tricks or having the coolest art on your board. Built as a counter to traditional skateboard mags like Thrasher, Big Brother gave birth to a gonzo worldview that would eventually lead to the creation of MTV’s“Jackass,” which included several of the reporters from the publication and wildly influenced all of pop culture. For a documentary about form-breaking artists, the film is surprisingly straightforward, following a bit too much of a “then this happened” structure, but there’s an undeniable likability to these memories of barely-contained anarchy that should satisfy both those who remember Big Brotherand people who have never heard of it. The film premieres on Hulu tomorrow, June 3rd.
In much the same way that “Drunk Stoned Brilliant Dead” chronicled the rise and fall of National Lampoon through the memories of the key players involved in the magazine, “Dumb” charts the history of Big Brother and its “high-functioning pieces of shit.” At first, Big Brother was a more anarchic alternative to straightforward skateboarding magazines, but then it began to stray from even its base subject matter. As someone says in the doc, “You can’t write about skateboarding, who gives a fuck?” So, it became a magazine about the culture, mostly joking and playful and risk-taking. Sure, there’d be some cool photos of skateboarders doing tricks but there would also be joke articles like when they took Slayer to Disneyland, covered a skating event by just hanging with a homeless girl nearby, and pulled various pranks on staff members. Big Brother also contained copious amounts of two things that its target demo, young men, care deeply about: boobs and drugs.
It was the law-breaking elements of Big Brother that would often get it in trouble. They did a spoof of “How To” articles about how to kill yourself that got some national attention, and even produced a “Kids Issue” (note: no apostrophe—not for kids but about kids) that really made people angry as it interviewed skateboarding kids about whether or not they would have sex with their mothers to be better skaters or if they knew what a scrotum was. The interesting thing is that none of these controversies took them down. In fact, Larry Flynt would buy the magazine, and publish it under his label until skateboarding basically became too popular in the ‘00s again for a counter-culture magazine to survive—it was culture-culture.
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