Amdro Ant Bait: Death Note by Saatchi & Saatchi Los Angeles for Amdro

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Industry Household maintenance & pet products
Media Film
Market United States
Agency Saatchi & Saatchi Los Angeles
Director Rob Zombie
Creative Director Melinda Kanipe, Mandy Hoveyda
Art Director Jared Creason
Copywriter Chris Bradford, Luke Behrends
Producer Executive Producer Of Media Arts
Account Supervisor Kristie Harkins
Editor James Duffy Digitaslbi
Released April 2012

Awards

AICP Show, 2013
SOUND DESIGN - Shortlist

Credits & Description

Media: TV
Geo: United States
Advertiser: CENTRAL GARDEN
Product/Service: AMDRO
Agency: SAATCHI & SAATCHI
Production Company: ORIGINAL FILM, Los Angeles, USA
Chief Creative Officer: Conway Williamson
Creative Director: Mandy Hoveyda/Melinda Kanipe
Copywriter: Luke Behrends/Chris Bradford
Art Director: Jared Creason
Agency Producer: Lynn Appel
Account Supervisor: Kristie Harkins
Advertiser's Supervisor: John Dunleavy
Producer: Executive Producer: Bruce Mellon/Producer: Rick Brown
Director: Rob Zombie
Editor: James Duffy
Sound Design/Arrangement: Bill Chesley/Henryboy
Post Production: Company 3/Tom Poole/Harry Truman/Ed Skupeen/Evan Meeker
Lighting: Justin Duvall
Account Manager: Connor Bryant
Planner: Madeleine Miller
Production Designer: Jennifer Spence
Director Of Photography: Brandon Trost
EditingCompany: No 6
Account Manager: Connor Bryant
Planner: Madeleine Miller
Production Designer: Jennifer Spence
Director Of Photography: Brandon Trost
Editing Company: No 6
Other Credits: No 6 Executive Producer: Toni Lipari/Set Decorator: Kelly Berry
English Description
No one ever sees the invasion coming. One morning you wake up and they’re everywhere. Ants. Suddenly you’re overwhelmed with an uncontrollable fury – a primal rage that says, “Must. Kill. Now.”
Bugs drive even the sanest person crazy, and when they do, it’s time to get crazy right back.
AMDRO Ant Block fulfills every person’s cold-blooded, insecticidal dreams. And with the director and his friends lending their acting chops, even the most squeamish suburbanites can get excited about becoming natural-born bug-killers.