Thank you as always to the ‘Big Gay Horror Fan’ for sharing my latest short film/music video for Robyn Loau – “The Last Time” :)
As the GLBT community finally gains its rights and full respects in the eyes of the law, it seems like the worst time to genuflect before its faults. But, humanity is a complex and varied beast and, for years now, queer publications have covered the very harrowing (and unfortunately) truthful stories of domestic violence that occur in same sex relationships.
Recently, director-writer Hamish Downie and cinematographer Paul Lemming gave these circumstances a very Silent Hill twist with their video for singer Robyn Loau’s The Last Time. Imbued with a restrained toxicity, this tale of a lesbian couple caught in a loop of violence, is, ultimately, haunting on many levels.
Until the next time – SWEET love and pink GRUE, Big Gay Horror Fan!
I haven’t done a short film tuesday in a while… but this one is incredible. I had to share.
I had nothing to do with this, but I really wish I did!
And here’s a quote from “We are indie Horror”:
“Hamish has taken a nightmare story from his personal history and has turned it into a stunningly shot and edited music video for the song “The Last Time” by Australian artist Robyn Loau. The song and the video are dichotomies of each other, where the music itself is in the major key and feels almost like pop music, and Hamish’s video visually and content wise are the exact opposite.” – We are Indie Horror
So, what are you waiting for? Check it out!
Released today. I ask you to please tweet this video using the hashtag #stoptheviolence
Let’s make a change in the world.
I’m proud and a little scared to share this with all of you. I hope you like the teaser trailer.
Directed by Colin Tiley, the music video for Nick Jonas’ “Levels” is probably one of the best music videos I’ve seen in a long time.