The Horrors 'Something To Remember Me By' by Max Weiland

The Horrors 'Something To Remember Me By' by Max Weiland
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Max Weiland builds a cold dystopian world around The Horrors, who reluctantly sign up to some dubious experimentation in a forbidding research complex, run by a Mrs Big you don't want to mess with.

Something bad is going to happen - but not what you expect to happen. Perhaps in keeping with Faris and co.'s new direction with the decidedly catchy Something To Remember By, this turns out to be less horrible, and more satirical. And saucy.  

From the director


"This video is a comment on society’s obsession with celebrity and the music industry’s attempt to take advantage of that. A strange corporation harvest The Horrors for their real blood, sweat, tears and more, turning their bodily fluids into consumer products ready for the mass market."


Max Weiland
Dougal Meese
Production Company
SomesuchSomesuch website
Executive Producer
Gloria Bowman
Director of Photography
Ben Fordesman
Verity May Lane
Ben Crook
Editing company
SpeadeSpeade website
Simon Bourne
Grading company
Director's Representation
SomesuchSomesuch website
Natalie Arnett
Production designer
Shaun Fenn

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