Devil's Voice | Bruno Hoffman and Anthony Perrin Have Released a BMX Sci-Fi Edit for Halloween
A thrilling BMX sci-fi story in an abandoned cold-war communications station in Berlin...
The two Red Bull riders are the stars of the latest in Red Bull’s extravagant line of BMX mini-films. If you remember Kriss Kyle’s amazing Kaleidoscope, it’s not too far off in terms of production value.
But we’ve not even told you the best bit: it comes with a sci-fi storyline. Oh yeah.
Someone at Red Bull has clearly been watching a lot of Stranger Things, because the music, and the visuals, both pair up. But it makes for a great watch and we wholeheartedly approve.
You can put out a normal edit anytime of year. Why not spice things up for Halloween? As you can see as well, the video has dropped with a whole host of awesome photography too.
Here’s the description for the sci-fi flick from the good folks at Red Bull:
“In “Devil’s Voice" BMX riding by the Red Bull athletes Bruno Hoffmann and Anthony Perrin meets a thrilling sci-fi story in the stunning Berlin location Teufelsberg – a former and now closed communications intercept station during the cold war.
“In the story Anthony Perrin is trapped in a parallel universe at the Teufelsberg and Bruno, called by mysterious voices, is heading there to save Anthony by clearing various levels at the Teufelsberg compound with his riding skills. At the end Bruno finds a tape recorder that sent the trapping voices and tries to stop it. But instead of rescuing Anthony in so doing, he ends up in that frightening place as well!"
Have a watch and let us know what you think - there’s some rad riding in here for sure!