A Vaudeo™ tape by Rhythm & Noise. Originally conceived as a spy thriller with socio-political overtones, Shadowcrack quickly assumed the form of an outline for a series of Vaudeo™ vignettes with partially overlapping plots to be developed in the near future. The Vaudeo™ concept denies the superficial juxtaposition of sound against image present in so-called "music videos" but relies on direct access to the experiential centers of the audience. To this end, Rhythm and Noise suggests playback level louder than normal.
A man wanders out of the desert not knowing who he is. His brother finds him, and helps to pull his memory back of the life he led before he walked out on his family and disappeared four years earlier.
After the Crystal Lake Massacres, Jason is pronounced dead and taken to the hospital morgue, where he is mysteriously revived, allowing his diabolical killing spree to continue at the camp where the gruesome slaughtering began.
The Killing Fields tells the real life story of a friendship between two journalists, an American and a Cambodian, during the bloody Khmer Rouge takeover of Cambodia in 1975, which lead to the death of 2-3 million Cambodians during the next four years, until Pol Pot's regime was toppled by the intervening Vietnamese in 1979.
Have you watched Shadowkrack yet? What did you think about it?