Low-tech kids who are still fiddling with clunky videotapes won't get to experience the sadistic thrill of the painful outtakes from stunts gone bad that are captured in the DVD version. The best scene in the entire movie is also a DVD-only clip, hidden in the Meet the Crew section, where Taco-Bell-employee-turned-drum-tech Chris "Lumpy" Lagerborg professes his love for The Offspring's tourmate, Silverchair. His reward is a smooch from the object of his affection, Silverchair's lead singer Daniel Johns. Those two non-stuntmen, non-Offspring band members manage to upstage everything else on Huck It, a competent, if spectacularly unspectacular, compilation of antics. For whatever it's worth, everyone involved comes off much less irritating than Dan Cortese ever did/does, but if a sequel is made, it should focus solely on Lagerborg, Johns and their forbidden love. Those two crazy kids just might make it.