Franz Ferdinand's 'Evil Eye' Video is All Your Goriest Fantasies Come to Life

'Blurred Lines' Director Diane Martel Gets Gruesome

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Diane Martel ("Blurred Lines," and "We Can't Stop,") turns to 70s-era horror for Franz Ferdinand's music video for "Evil Eye." The video, which gets its inspiration from the old-school title of the song, features a bunch of disconnected, gross images that are more likely to make you giggle than make your stomach turn -- from a talking belly, hacked limbs, lots of ketchup-esque blood and of course, a disconnected eyeball.

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Sep 10, 2013
Franz Ferdinand
Diane Martel
Prod. Co.:
Black Dog Films
Coleen Haynes
David Robertson
Michael Regan
Production Design:
Georgia Walker
Special FX:
Alyssa Morgan
Special FX:
Katie Middleton
Special FX:
Gage Munster
Special FX:
Lawrence Mercado
Special FX:
Matt Hartfield
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