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American telecommunications provider AT&T highlight the sheer amount of content available to their subscribers with a series of tongue-in-cheek adverts that mash up film genres.

 

In this instalment Surprise, we see rom-com and horror meet in a truly insane fashion. The video begins with an classic romantic set piece of a woman chasing after a plane to finally say her apologies to a love interest…

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So far so cringey, but things take a turn once we see the happily re-united couple driving home from the airport. The guy starts asking valid questions that never really get addressed in these films – “How did you get through security? How did you get on the runway?” – then we realise the woman is actually in the process of becoming a zombie.

 

Following on from the previous advert Bus, which mixed together suspenseful disaster movie tropes with a La La Land style musical, this recent campaign is a funny way of demonstrating to customers the wide array of content available from their subscription services.

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