Yippee-Ki-Yay: A Music Video With Bruce Willis, An El Camino, And Some Guns

This is a still from the video for the Gorillaz song "Stylo." It contains many things; almost all of them are good. To paraphrase the infamous John McClane, "Now I have a machine gun an El Camino. Ho ho ho."

Inventory time! In this charmingly creepy (or is that creepily charming?) video, we have:

1. Creepy bug-eyed cartoon monkey men-boys singing and driving a '69 Camaro SS

2. Bruce Willis sporting an El Camino, a very large revolver, and a leather jacket

3. That Bruce Willis smirk

4. Superchargers

5. Guns

6. A fat, donut-eating cop we've dubbed "Officer F. Bacon"

7. The American Southwest

8. A car that crashes through a billboard

9. Nitrous

10. Rorty V-8 noises

11. Donuts

12. Creepy Black-Fog Death Man

13. A shot of the El Camino that appears to have been flipped because the hood badge is backwards

14. A mysterious ending that involves a Camaro going off a cliff.

Ooh! The intrigue! The glamor! The weird cartoon monkeys! Yippee-ki-yay, motherf***er!



Note: This is just the video's trailer. Embedding has been disabled on the full-length version; go here if you want to watch it.