Bowling Balls

Release: August 31, 2004

Genre: Movie

Featuring: Violent J, Shaggy 2 Dope

Format: DVD

Runtime: 22 minutes

Label: Psychopathic Records

General info:

In promotion of the song and album, Psychopathic Video produced a short film of the same name based around the song, directed by Paul Andresen. A long form music video and comedy horror film,Bowling Balls was the first 3-D film to be shot in high-definition video. The film's cast includes Mark Jury, who later appeared prominently in the Psychopathic film Big Money Rustlas.

The film was released as part of an alternate special edition of Hell's Pit, packaged with a pair of 3-D glasses. 3-D and standard versions of the film were featured on the DVD. The standard version of the film was reissued as part of the compilation Psychopathic: The Videos.


Two girls are driving to Daytona when their car breaks down. Rather than sit in an old broken down truck in the middle of nowhere while they wait for their friends to come pick them up, they decide to go with J (Violent J), a clown, who invites them to his bed and breakfast. However, J's ulterior motives are revealed when his retarded hunchback brother, Shaggy (Shaggy 2 Dope), decapitates one of the girls. The girl's friends head to pick them up, and each are murdered by the clowns.



The short film for the song Bowling Balls holds the world record for the first film recorded in both High Definition and 3-D!

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