Famous Movie Monsters Sing a Catchy Tune in Frighteningly Funny Film for Elmsta Horror Fest

Who Knew Michael Myers Could Carry a Tune?

Published On
May 11, 2016

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The Elma Horror Fest, the Swedish scary film festival known for its clever marketing, has released a delightfully gory music video. Created out of Saatchi & Saatchi Stockholm and directed by Robert Jitzmark, it stars some of our favorite cinematic monsters -- including "Halloween" stalker Michael Myers, the hairy creeper Samara from "The Ring," Billy the evil ventriloquist doll from "Dead Silence," Patrick Bateman from "American Psycho" -- coming together to sing a catchy, morbid tune:

"We will carve your eyes, we will eat your brains, because that is what we do. You can run for your life, you can scream all you want, there's no help coming for you. . ."

The ghouls then proceed to do what they do best: slaughter each other mercilessly. Bub, the zombie wearing headphones, from "Day of the Dead," bites into Myers' arm, limbs and heads fly, drills and pitchforks pierce flesh -- it's a bloodbath of fun.

Elmsta seems to be a client that keeps on giving. Last year, for example, the filmfest and Saatchi put a clever notice in a newspaper celebrating the baptism of one Lucy, aka Lucifer.