The latest visual cut from Cannibal Corpse is from the mind of horror FX veteran Doug Sakmann. The concept builds upon the world brought to life by Zev Deans in the previously released “Code of the Slashers” video but adds significantly to the visual gore department. Sakmann shot the concept in Philadelphia, PA and the live footage was captured by Jesse Davis in San Francisco, CA. The video stars adult performers Nadia White and Talia Satana, as well as actresses Sonja Century, Kim Reo, and actor Alex Webster as the final kill of the video.
Watch the brutally beautiful “Red Before Black” now:
“Red Before Black” was edited by Metal Blade’s own Vince Edwards and then meticulously processed by colorist/senior lead flame artist Luc Job (a pioneer in digital imagery for the last 25 years who has worked with directors David Lachapelle, Ridley Scott and Darren Aronofsky and clients like BMW, Dolce & Gabbana) who was all too happy to assist to bring the gratuitous bloodshed and gore to life for Cannibal Corpse!
About the director:
Doug Sakmann – the maniac behind the ‘Punk Rock Holocaust’ live concert/horror comedy series based on the Vans Warped Tour as well as producer and actor for Troma Entertainment – creators of ‘The Toxic Avenger’ and ‘Class of Nuke Em High’. You may also recognize him as Sgt. Kabukiman N.Y.P.D, as he has been portraying the company’s flagship character for the last 20 years. Kabukiman hosts his own variety show – ‘Kabukiman’s Cocktail Corner’ on the Troma Movies network and is currently developing a sequel to the original movie – ‘Kabukiman Returns’.
Outside of his work with Troma, Sakmann is an accomplished producer and director – having produced over forty feature films and many TV projects, music videos, short films & commercials. Doug also creates monsters and horrific blood & gore as a skilled SPFX Artist and FX Supervisor around the world.
Most recently Sakmann co-produced and created SPFX for Troma latest movie directed by studio head Lloyd Kaufman – ‘Shakespeare’s Shitstorm’ – a Tromatic take on Shakespeare’s final stage play ‘The Tempest’ that will be released this Fall. You can also see his handiwork in the horror film ‘Cut Shoot Kill’ as he produced, created FX for and is featured in the movie now available on Amazon Prime and most VOD outlets. For more info: dougsakmann.com
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