If you are of a nervous disposition we advise you don't watch this video.
Miami, FL based musical duo ANR have made one hell of a scary music video for their 'John Carpenter' inspired track 'Big Problem'.
Since forming at The Frost School of Music at University Of Miami, ANR have become an important beacon on the South Florida music and art scene and have had support slots for Yeasayer, Animal Collective, Gang Gang Dance and Neon Indian.
The band's video for 'Big Problem' is an ode to the horror genre and plays out like a 1970's 'Slasher' movie. The horror of a 'mad man' attacking you in your own home is deeply rooted into the American sub-conscious and the genre has always flourished in Western cinemas.
ANR's video see's an 'on the loose' crazy man terrorise a house of unsuspecting youngsters and yes, the blood does flow. If you don't like horror we suggest you give this video a miss.
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