Benn Veasey and steadicam operator Doug Walshe team up to bring you a one-shot wonder of creepy proportions, spinning and floating through a slow motion out-of-body experience.
Steven Bamidele 'Haunted' by Benn Veasey
Benn Veasey's second video for Steven Bamidele is a morbid tale touched with surrealism and the supernatural, as befitting a song titled Haunted.
A man drags a trunk along a railway track, leaving a trail of bodies in his wake - that we discover have all fallen from the trunk. And his nightmarish scenario is about to get worse, when he meets the mourners from Hell.
A short, sharp but effective British surrealist horror story, touched with dark humour.
|Executive Producer||Luke Tierney|
|Production Manager||Erin Sayder|
|1st AD||Gerry Papachristopoulos|
|Director of Photography||Rory Langdon-down|
|Focus Puller||Bruno Travers|
|2nd AC||Ky Brasey|
|Art Director||Alex Toomey|
|Lead actor||Lawrence Mullin, Janet Prince, Mi Yazawa|
|Other credits||Bodies: Elliott Buckle, Keiran Buchanan, Jonny Day, Jordan Whitehouse, Steven Bamidele|
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