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Published on Nov 19, 2010
Pit bulls are amazing animals with sh*ty public relations. Bred for passionate human loyalty, these dogs were once considered the ideal family dog. American settlers event left them to watch over their children while they went out to tame the West. But as Jim Gorant points out in The Lost Dogs, pit bulls have lost public favor and are incorrectly thought as menacing beasts. The Lost Dogs is the story of what happened to Michael Vick's pit bulls after the raid. While the country wondered what would happen to the a$$hole who housed a dog-fighting rind replete with torture sheds and rape stands (chiefly when he would return to the NFL). Gorant focused on the victims, the dogs. In a compelling work of journalism, he followed their ongoing journey into society.
Turns out three of Vick's dogs went to one of the tattoo industry's own: Brandon Bond of All or Nothing Tattoo, who runs All or Nothing Pitbull Rescue. Bond's own rehabilitation of the dogs left in his charge is documented in the film VICKtory to the Underdog.
"Vicktory To The Underdog" takes an in depth look at world renowned tattoo artist "Brandon Bond" and his dog rescue efforts - particularly rescuing the infamous Michael Vick fighting dogs. Rather than focusing on the dog fighting problem, the movie sheds light on solutions leading to "Vicktory" for all the underdogs in the movie - tattooed people, pitbulls, parolees and all the other people in this world that society has turned their back on through ignorance and racism. The movie also examines the life of Brandon Bond and his struggle with balancing fame, fortune and the Rock-N-Roll tattoo lifestyle with a more fulfilling life that focuses on the betterment of both animals and society as a whole. Featuring celebrities like Debbie and Danny Trejo, Michael Berryman, Pixie Acia and Donal Logue, the movie takes you on an incredible journey you will never forget!