Haggard: The Movie is a 2003 American independent comedy film based on the true story of how reality television personality Ryan Dunn's promiscuous girlfriend cheated on him. The film was financed, directed and produced by Bam Margera.
Ry (Ryan Dunn) is a depressed young man who is obviously obsessed with his promiscuous ex-girlfriend, Glauren (Jenn Rivell). After discovering that Glauren has been seeing a metalhead called Hellboy (Rake Yohn), Ry is devastated. Still skeptical, Ry pays his best friends Valo (Bam Margera) and Falcone (Brandon DiCamillo) to break into Glauren's house to obtain proof that her new relationship is serious. While Valo and Falcone undertake "great" endeavors to help their friend, Ry is tormented with a slow and subtle period of mental and physical deterioration. After Valo and Falcone conspire to make Hellboy's life miserable, Ry finds a new girlfriend and is finally able to get over Glauren.