Korn 'Take Me' by Andrew Baird
Andrew Baird, who has just joined RubberNecker Films in London, has created a skin-crawlingly effective video for Korn's Take Me Off. With the band incarcerated in a brutal facility of correction (or research), singer Jonathan Davis is tied down and about to undergo some appalling experiment - involving lots and lots of maggots.
And then there's the needle heading straight for the eyeball...
|Executive Producer||Sheira Rees-davies|
|Director of Photography||Tobia Sempi|
|Art Director||Niko Hovartos|
|Editor||Nick Pezzillo @ Spot Welders Ep - Carolina Sanborn|
|Editing company||Nick Pezzillo @spot Welders|
|Post production company||C03 - Ep Lauren Roth|
|Post Producer||Joel Singer @ C03|
|Director's Representation||Usa - Sheira @ Scheme Engine/ Uk - Andy@lasbandas.tv|
|Other credits||Art Dir/Construction Manager: Jade Altman @ Depict Studio|
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