Very Diff’rent Strokes

As a great example of the power that music can have on the mood of a film, check out B3ta contributor Monty Propps’ chilling recreation of the opening titles to 1980s US sitcom Diff’rent Strokes, where he’s replaced the familiar jaunty song with an altogether more disturbing score…

As a great example of the power that music can have on the mood of a film, check out B3ta contributor Monty Propps’ chilling recreation of the opening titles to 1980s US sitcom Diff’rent Strokes, where he’s replaced the familiar jaunty song with an altogether more disturbing score…

Propps says that the new film is only “slightly edited in terms of colour and ageing filters” and that he just tweaked the new soundtrack in a couple of places to fit the titles. (The music is in fact taken from 1982 slasher flick, The Dawn That Dripped Blood).

Mr Drummond’s car never looked so ominous.

More of Monty’s work at his YouTube page, here. (Originally seen on BoingBoing).

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