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Master of Horror Tom Holland Makes His Music Video Directorial Debut with Born Twice

Master of Horror Tom Holland Makes His Music Video Directorial Debut with Born TwiceThere’s no doubt about it; if there’s one thing that Tom Holland knows, it is vampires, and he’s about to unleash a whole new batch of them via his latest endeavor Twisted Tales. Ready for a quick and catchy bite?

From the Press Release
Writer/director Tom Holland introduced horror fans to the provocative world of vampires with his modern classic horror film “Fright Night.” Now Holland is back, along with a new clan of seductive vampires, for the debut of Lisa McClowry’s sultry new music video “Born Twice.”

The brand new video was released on Thursday, July 29th, through SingingFool.com in conjunction with Internet Video Archive, the premiere video hosting site on the internet.

Born Twice was created in conjunction with Holland’s third Twisted Tale entitled “Vampire’s Dance.” The tale is centered around a young woman (McClowry) who heads to a dance club in search of her missing roommate. She gets more than she bargained for when a mysterious club regular (Shaun Benson) lures her into his dark and dangerous world through his seductive vampire dance.

“Creating an alluring vampire world for ‘Born Twice’ was a fantastic opportunity for me,” said Holland. “It seems that these days vampires are everywhere. So when we were collaborating to bring the music video to life, I naturally thought of the seductive attraction of vampires and thought the theme of being born twice played nicely into the lore of these creatures of the night.”

“Born Twice” marks Holland’s first music video collaboration and features special makeup effects created by Robert Hall of Almost Human FX (“Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Quarantine, The Crazies), cinematography by Will Barratt (Hatchet, Frozen, Hatchet 2) and was produced by scream queen Danielle Harris (Halloween, Halloween 2, Hatchet 2), Dennis DeFrehn, and Robert Galluzzo (The Psycho Legacy). David Chackler (co-produced John Carpenter’s Village of the Damned) served as Executive Producer, and the video was edited by Brian Smith.

Dig on the video below, and look for more soon!

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