Want to share a little music video, filled to the brim with clips from iconic horror movies.
The video titled Terrible Corridors made in the style of VHS, the VHS, bad VHS, when it looks like the VCR sitting little gremlins and chew the tape right during your viewing. Of bluish haze interference one by one come up to the pain, to the blood spatter of familiar images. Of Course, Michael Myers. Of Course, Freddy Krueger. But not only them. This little video includes excerpts from sixteen famous films, aired from 1980 to 1991. Rather, from the 90’s only one picture, so we have a real Frankenstein’s Monster, sewn from the flesh and the spirit of the ‘ 80s.
Well, all under the atmospheric retrouve!
With the musical part of the Creator yet it is not so cool, but combined with the visuals and it is well perceived, perfectly fulfilling its role as a stylish dynamic background. Actually, the track and the video produced under the auspices of the project DIKHARD!, which actually consists of two friends, big fans of synthwave, militants with van Damme and other nostalgic fervor. Here and horror purely dudes.
The clip Terrible Corridors used footage from the following films:
A nightmare on elm street 2: Freddy’s Revenge (1985)
The toxic avenger (1984)
Blood beach (1981)
Fear no evil (1981)
Friday the 13th. Part 8: Jason stormed Manhattan (1989)
Cry in the night (1980)
Halloween 2 (1981)
Happy Birthday to me (1981)
Maniac COP (1988)
Night beast (1982)
A nightmare on elm street 6: Freddy’s dead (1991)
Ukreplennyj University (1984)
Terror on tour (1980)
In short, the spirit of the old school guys! Cut and dive into this concoction with us!
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