The promotional masterminds behind the remake of cult classic horror film ‘Carrie’ have staged an ingenious telekinetic prank and promotional film video on coffee-shop patrons in NYC. The West Village ‘Snice' café was rigged so that books, tables, chairs and even a person, moved with the push of a remote controller.
The premise of the prank was simple: a girl becomes disgruntled when a fellow customer spills coffee on her. In a fit of rage, she catapults the customer against the wall – using only her mind. Of course, these were both professional actors and stuntmen.
Hidden cameras documented the horrified, stunned and bewildered reactions of the unassuming clientele – most of whom eventually bolt out of the store. The film, starring Chloe Moretz in the title role, is released on October 18th.
Carrie’s Promotional Film Video Scared the Wits Out of Everyone
Vasiliki Marapas — October 11, 2013 — Pop Culture