Rich Aucoin parodies A Night at the Roxbury and Ghostbusters in his new videoclip

Rich Aucoin is no ordinary musician. The multidisciplinary artist from Nova Scotia, whom you might be lucky enough to meet at Divan Orange for Pop Montreal last fall or at Belmont the year before, performs alone on stage, surrounded by gadgets and electronic gadgets. , and still finds a way to animate the crowd with the help of “karaoke” type projections (spectators can follow the lyrics of the songs on a giant screen) and even deploy a parachute (yes yes, like at day camp when we were a kid) above the assistance at the end of his services. No wonder, then, that he gave himself so much for his last music video, for the play It, a pastiche of several successful films, including A Night at the Roxbury, Forrest Gump, Ghostbusters, Top Gun, NA et Die Hard.