Mastodon 'Show Yourself' by Robert Schober

Mastodon 'Show Yourself' by Robert Schober

Robert Schober's brilliant video for Mastodon is a horror B-movie pastiche, and an ode to anybody who's ever had a bad week at work.

The tongue-in-cheek clip charts the downfall of the Grim Reaper himself, as he tries (and fails) to kill the members of Mastodon one by one. We're treated to a throwback, nuclear family, corporate jungle view of the world with a nice reference to Alec Baldwin's turn in Glengarry Glen Ross thrown in for good measure.

A great stylistic turn by the director formerly known as Roboschobo, who manages to make you root for the guy who's trying to kill the band.

Credits

Director
Robert Schober
Production Company
The Uprising CreativeThe Uprising Creative website
Producer
Kelsey Gilchrist
Editor
Robert Schober
Director of Photography
Scott Toler Collins
Production designer
John Richoux
Art Direction
Theodore Zaleski
Make-up
Juli Hapney
Wardrobe
Michael Yale

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