Chills are usually a bad thing, warning us of imminent danger or threat. You get chills when you are standing on the top of a sketchy bike decent or when your climbing anchor can’t really be trusted. You also get chill when you are watching one of Javaun “JV” Crane-Bonell’s movies. This young film major at URI is a diamond in the rough. Combining stunning video with deep, meaningful soundtracks, JV accomplishes what most “Helmet Cam Heroes” can only dream of. Exploring the edges of underground extreme sports film making. After an hour or so on JV’s various video channels it was evident that he has a thing for blending old and new seamlessly, a talent rare in a age polluted by “home videos”. His finest example is a video shot in an abandoned Asylum, naturally Bonell blended the old, industrial appearance of the hospital with new high tech footage. Someone let Teton Gravity Research know about this kid. He may just be their finest asset.