As part of the promotional effort for the upcoming Playstation 4 game The Order: 1886, Corridor Digital was commissioned to create “Werewolf Slayer”, an amazing 1986 metal music video / short film on the power of miscommunication. (more…)
Standard Thompson music video “Fireworks”: female werewolves want more than a daisy on the first date
[insert lame joke about “dinner and a date” here]
Lovely cinematography and good solid rock music by a group of guys who all look like they call their mothers at least once a week. I wish they would have shown more than a glimpse of the werewolf costume, though. It looked pretty good, at least from the shoulders up.
Hat tip: lessthanhuman
Here’s the official video for “OMAR K” by Rainbow Arabia. A mother and daughter turn into werewolves in a supermarket and wreak havoc. There are tomahawks. Wine is consumed. The werewolves just look like two people with slapdash John Lennon costumes. The music is a weird mix of tribal dance and yelping vocals. It’s the strangest thing I’ve seen all year, and I couldn’t look away.
Can someone interpret this for me? I liked it, but I don’t know why.
Courtesy of NME, here’s the video for the latest Yeah Yeah Yeahs single, “Heads Will Roll”. I’m a YYY fan so I would have liked this video even if it didn’t feature a bad-ass horror-style werewolf with Michael Jackson moves, and the way the (prodigious amounts of) gore is handled during the video’s second half is dazzling and inspired. Nice intestines, guy!
Heads Will Roll is the second track on the new Yeah Yeah Yeahs record, It’s Blitz.
The official music video for Man Man’s song “Rabbit Habits” (from the album of the same name) is a story of loneliness, lycanthropy and love.
Werewolf transformations, circus freaks, rabbit ice cream cones and severed limbs. Aaaaah, love.