New Release: Five Knives "The Future" Directed by Lance Drake

Posted by Doug Klinger on November 21, 2013 in New Releases

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Doomsday Entertainment

Have you ever wanted to meet the most badass kid of all time? Well, then you’re in luck, because I’m pretty sure we found him starring in the new Five Knives video for "The Future," directed by Lance Drake. We open on an industrialized school in Japan where the classes are taught by masked guards - who might not even be human - who use force and intimidation as part of their lesson plans. All the students fall in line except for our hero, and his teachers/guards/robots are not too stoked about that. They rip him out of a classroom and begin to drag him off, but he’s not having it. He breaks away from their grip and starts literally kicking bitches in the face and tearing dudes’ heads off. It’s the best. The kid’s martial arts moves are pretty impressive, and the whole thing feels like a live action anime cartoon thanks to some really awesome VFX from BEMO.

"The Future" was produced by Sarah Park for Doomsday Entertainment and can be found on the EP The Rising.


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Doug Klinger is the co-founder/content director of IMVDb and watches more music videos than anyone on earth. You can find him on twitter at @doug_klinger.



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