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September 5, 2014

'Dirty Sanchez' documentary 'Pritchard vs Dainton: The Rise and Falls' - watch exclusive trailer

A look back at 13 years of stunt mayhem narrated by Howard Marks

Video: Pritchard vs Dainton: The Rise and Falls - Dirty Sanchez documentary exclusive trailer

An exclusive trailer for the Dirty Sanchez documentary Pritchard vs Dainton: The Rise And Falls has been released.

The film takes a look back at 13 years of stunt mayhem and prank tomfoolery and is narrated by former drug smuggler and Welsh legend Howard Marks.

The boys promise the inside story and have pitched the one hour documentary as "our journey from zeroes to heroes… and back to zeroes!" The film also features Motorhead’s Phil Campbell.

Dirty Sanchez originally screened on MTV back in 2003. The show followed Pritchard and Dainton with their friends Mike 'Pancho' Locke and Dan Joyce as they became Wales’ answer to Jackass.

Dangerous street stunts and inane pranks were delivered with what the boys call "a defiant skate-punk, anti-establishment attitude".

Dainton remembers: "I knew with the antics we were getting up to we could make a video that would make you laugh and have good skateboarding in. The UK scene needed something that was not so grey and drab – we wanted to kick it up the arse and showcase the best of British skateboarding. And show us having a fucking good time being stupid!"

Motorhead's Campbell claims: "Their stupidity/bravery or whatever you call it is unsurpassed!"

Dainton now runs his own company Kill City Skateboards. Pritchard owns a tattoo parlour and organises boat parties with his company Sleep When You’re Dead.

Putting nails through their scrotums, smashing bottles over each other’s heads and riding their skateboards through flames, as the trailer shows, this documentary is packed with carnage. Pritchard vs Dainton: The Rise And Falls is available on DVD from November 17. A touring live show is planned to support the release.

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