DENHAM PSYCHO - Explicit Remake

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Conceived and produced by the award-winning creative agency Flickering Wall, 'Denham Psycho' is a short film tribute to the controversial cult-classic originally premiered at Sundance in 2000. According to longtime fan of Easton Ellis' American Psycho, director Hugo Keijzer explains; "-when I first heard Jason Denham talk about jeans it reminded me of the film's legendary business-card scene. I recognized the same manic attention to detail and ravenous appetite for craftsmanship. This triggered the idea for a modern-day remake of the scene". The team at Denham has a reputation for producing all their creative projects in-house but, as Jason Denham explains; "For us Flickering Wall's proposal perfectly reflected the compulsive 'otaku' culture that tends to characterize the inner core of the denim scene. We were confident it would make a brilliant parody of fashion in general and the recent 'heritage' trend in particular. -Plus, it reminds us to keep having fun and not to take ourselves too seriously," Denham Psycho will be launched during the kick-off event of the 'Blue Yard' Denham Pop-Up Store & Cinema on Tuesday 14th of January in Berlin. CREDITS: Directed by Hugo Keijzer Produced by Remco den Hartog Cinematography by Robbie van Brussel Edited by Nils Rensen WrItten by Ben Clark Graphics by Ali Kirby Costume by Denham http://www.denhamthejeanmaker.com

Comments from Youtube

km099 : That's marketing done right. Simply awesome

Wyld Dingo : Didn't tamp the grounds before locking in the portafilter--barbaric!

Antoine Becaglia : Excellent parody of Bateman by Howells: Your compliment was sufficient lewis!"

kaosgoblin : JP deserved that death before he was cool. Now he literally is, being room temperature and all.

JamesHaskin : Gonna be a shit extraction without a good tamp. Great video guys!

Greg Scratchley : How the hell did he tie that apron so fast!

NOT Patrick Bateman : I approve this...

Moustafa Emara : Why are there always hateful comments, why can't people just watch a video and either enjoy and praise it or leave it alone without spewing hate everywhere?

Joshua Lette : Clearly not a true hipster; forgetting to tamper the coffee before brewing...

Simon Pollock : Guy didn't tamp. Hipster fail. 

Farkward : the chopin is a nice touch

LUCCARDI : That got dark really quick.

dirtwest : gotta tamp the grinds first

ost sweinen : That's a very fine Pabst Blue Ribbon you're drinking

Ddub1083 : Huey Lewis and the News approve this ad... it is indeed  "hip to be square"

Thomas Heath : I have to return some video tapes. There's a retro-VHS place in Williamsburg.

Luke Wanden : Bloody brilliant, love the film American Psycho, this is a great parody. All the people moaning about it are just hipsters moaning because it's 'cool'

Preet Katta : The cinematography and colour grading does a very good job at emulating the mood of the original.

BOAT ROCKER : Very well done! 

WhenTheSkyTurnsDark : The CC option is hilarious! "Smell You!!"

Roger Levy : I actually see more and more guys who look like this walking around Baltimore and they're not even joking.

Lee Thatcher : Would actually watch this if it was a series.

Mark Y : This is very well done. Good job!

Countchrisdo : Director Hugo Keijzer, from the creative agency Flickering Wall, explains: "When I first heard Jason Denham talk about jeans it reminded me of the film's legendary business-card scene. I recognized the same manic attention to detail and ravenous appetite for craftsmanship. This triggered the idea for a modern-day remake of the scene."

Moviehorror : oh lord! This is GREAT

Carlos Pacheco : This is fantastic! One more touch would have made it perfect... uploading it to +Vimeo! #hipsterpsycho  

chisel chin : i just started growing a beard 2 weeks ago and this video makes me want to shave it off

Michael Plaster : You really screwed up at the end there by not tamping the ground Indonesian Kopi Luwak beans. Major Faux pas.

HappyFamilyPlan : advertising in 2014: viciously parody yourself and your core customers

Alex Frederick : It's like looking into a mirror...

Atypical Resto Shaman : Bloody amazing stuff! They played everything out just perfect!

Dr. Rosenrosen : Hipsters, today's yuppies.

Mr. Pandabites : Is it wrong that the overriding feeling I take away from this is that I really feel like a good cup of coffee?

Benjamin Milner : Extraordinary work gentlemen.

MatthewNoPants1atoll : Tap your grind! Come on man

Jaqen : That was spot on. Could almost do with a full feature!

lefenec : this is funny brilliant

4 CZNZ : Absolutely brilliant

William Corcoran : Well played

Keith Richard : haha legend

This Is Google : Although I love this, I still want them killed.

Chris J Nairn : This is absolute genius haha

Morgan Murphy : _The process improves the coffee through two mechanisms, selection and digestion_

slowfuse : gay and not funny

Joe Hunter : watched this whole thing without once noticing they don't have american accents

ShakyraDowling Casting : So cool! We found the perfect cast!

trustycrunch : Not necessarily an Hipster fan but that was awesome ! Sad that a lot of people didn't enjoy it.  This piece of work could actually lead me to respect hipster more than ever !!! From a traditional man !

thegeraldsd : i guess it's hip to be square.

Gideon K : Pretty good stuff guys. I was kinda hoping to see what Bateman's music selection was going to be in that last scene, but I guess the coffee maker does the trick.