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WATCH IT: The Black Keys "Howlin' For You" (Chris Marrs Piliero, dir.)

Tricia Helfer is Alexa Wolf, a sexy assassin with a troubled past. She'll bang ya, but then she'll hang ya. Thus begins "Howlin' For You," an insanely great fake movie trailer of a video directed by Chris Marrs Piliero for The Black Keys. This She-Wolf takes down many a man in this clip, ranging from Shawn White to Corbin Bernsen to Sir Todd Bridges. The Black Keys, however, are smart enough to stay on her good side, serving as sher loyal, yet nicely inebriated Mariachi band. --> watch "Howlin' For You"

Hello The Black Keys "Howlin' For You" (Warner Bros.)
Chris Marrs Piliero, director/editor | Christian Heuer, producer | HELLO!/Marrs Attacks, production co | Christian Sprenger, DP | Phil Boutte, production designer | Sabour Amirazodi, vfx | Brett Bach, sound designer | Kerri Kleiner and Sheira Rees-Davies, exec. producers | Chris Marrs Piliero & Don Piliero, writers  | Devin Sarno, commissioner

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Doug's picture
Lots of videos go for the 'trailer for a movie that doesn't exist' angle - but most aren't anywhere near this entertaining. This is what 'Machete' should have been.
sage's picture
Love this song...I thought it entertaining but somewhere in the middle there was too much talking and not enough song...it got lost.

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