Carnage ft Terror Bass 'Holy Moly' by Eoin Glaister
Fasten your seatbelts as Eoin Glaister takes a traumatised young girl into the world's weirdest order of nuns - born to worship and trained to kill - for Carnage.
Papi Gordo, aka DJ and producer Carnage has undergone a kind of soul revival. He took a hiatus in late 2018 to do a little soul searching in the mountains of Central America and Asia, and after four months, he's re-emerged with his third single of the year, Holy Moly. And the main character of Glaister's video (played by undergoes her own strange soul search - but this one begins and ends with blood.
Holy Moly is a wild three-and-a-half-minute ride with all the highly-produced trappings of a classic horror film. Complete with hyper-violence and brawling women of the cloth, there are unmistakeable touches of Dario Argento, while the plot vaguely mirrors that of the fictional-film 'Blood Sister: One Tough Nun', from David Foster Wallace's Infinite Jest. Maybe that's what Carnage was up to while he was out there finding his inner voice?
It's funny, it's horrifying, it's definitely worth a watch.
|Executive Producer||Katie Lambert|
|Production Manager||Eleri Evans|
|1st AD||Pedro Rilhó|
|Director of Photography||Joel Honeywell|
|Focus Puller||Eve Carreno|
|2nd AC||Lydia Scott|
|Art Director||Pheobe Darling|
|Lead actor||Alice May Simpson|
|Film Laboratory||Cinelab London|
|Other credits||Production Assistant: Nellie Heron-Anstead CAST: Alice May Simpson (Azreal), Tracy Collier (Mother Superior), Charlotte Price (Stunt Nun), Charline Garnier (Stunt Nun); Faith Breese (Yong Azreal)|
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