After electronic-pop trio Cheat Codes dropped their song "No Service In The Hills," a fantastic idea is coming together for a satirical horror movie including Trippie ReddblackbearLogan Paul, and others as well as Bella Thorne acting as the director.

The satirical short film sits just shy of seven minutes in length while acting as the tracks official music video and can be watched right now.

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The song itself is written by Cheat Codes while featuring guest spots from Trippie Redd, blackbear and PRINCE$$ ROSIE.

As for the video, it features Logan Paul along with fellow YouTuber Mike Majlak and influencer Stefanie Gurzanski.

"I am beyond proud of this video for Cheat Codes. I was a fan of the group and was excited to get the opportunity to direct their music video for “No Service In The Hills.”" says Thorne of the short film.

"It’s interesting how it all came together. Trevor saw an Instagram post about my directing, projects that I had recently completed and new ones that I was hired for and asked if I wanted to direct their latest video. Thank you SOCIAL MEDIA! After speaking, we really clicked and I got busy with my sister, Dani, to write up a treatment . I knew I wanted something theatrical, something bigger than just a music video and the guys agreed. It took a few months of planning and production went on without a hitch but that was almost not the case. We finished shooting the 2 day project the day before we all entered  the “Safer at Home” act. Literally, the news was breaking during our final hours of shooting, that the Corona virus was spreading and getting really serious. The next day, all production and work was shut down. We’ve been editing from home through virtual calls. It’s complete now and I’m genuinely thrilled for everyone to see the elevated video from this talented group of guys!"
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You can watch the video in the player below.

What do you think of the Bella Thorne-directed satirical horror film with blackbear, Trippie Redd and others? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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