Haggard is a 2003 independent comedy film based on the true story of how Ryan Dunn’s promiscuous girlfriend cheated on him. The film was financed, directed and produced by Bam Margera.
Ryan Dunn is a depressed man who is obsessed with his promiscuous ex-girlfriend, Glauren (played by Jenn Rivell). After discovering that Glauren has been seeing a metalhead named Hellboy (Rake Yohn), Dunn is devastated. Still skeptical, Dunn pays his best friends Valo (Bam Margera) and Falcone (Brandon DiCamillo) to break into Glauren’s house to attain proof that her new relationship is serious. While Valo and Falcone take on several great endeavors to help their friend, Ryan is tormented with a slow and subtle period of mental and physical deterioration. After Valo and Falcone conspire to make Hellboy’s life miserable, Ryan finds a new girlfriend and is finally able to get over Glauren.
Can watch the whole movie!!
Bamimation is an animated show Bam Margera tried to have produced for MTV. The animation was done by 6PH Studios, and starred much of the CKY crew, including Bam, his parents April and Phil, Brandon DiCamillo, Ryan Dunn, and Rake Yohn, all providing their own voices.
Unfortunately, it wasn’t picked up, but here is the unaired pilot you can watch for free!
The pilot features Bam and friends trying to stop Rake from hooking up with his rank-pig-beast of a girlfriend “Scabriella”, by invading his body via a shrink-ray. Continue reading
BLASTAZOID is a new 2006 TV show that was created by Brandon DiCamillo and Rake Yohn. This show contained countdowns of the best gaming footage found on the internet (Some clips are taken from Mega 64), while Brandon, Rake, and the boys play a few pranks. Continue reading
Bam Margera and Missy Rothstein meet their wedding planner to help them to relive their stress of planning it themselves. Also, Bam and the guys make a mess out of Missy’s wedding dress, using paintballs and Rake Yohn as the shooting dummy.