WATCH: The music video for David Hasselhoff's new song is full tilt bonkers and we love it
This should come with some kind of pharmaceutical warning: may cause delirium and other side effects.
Having made over $860 million at the box office and being in cinemas for several months now, we're assuming you've seen Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol.2 by now, or don't mind it being slightly spoiled for you.
During a key scene, between Peter (Chris Pratt) and his father Ego (Kurt Russell), Ego morphs for a split second into David Hasselhoff in order to toy with his son's head.
Also, over the end credits of the movie, we hear a song called 'Guardian's Inferno' featuring none other than The Hoff himself.
And now, just in time for the home release of the movie, the music video for the song has been put online, and it is a visual time-capsule to an era of music-videos people just don't make anymore.
Also, The Hoff's lyrics aren't exactly full of common sense, coming up with random non-sequiturs about sending "babies into battle because it makes them feel rattled". What??
Clip via Marvel Entertainment
Also, just to prove that making the movie looked like as much fun as it was to watch, the blooper reel for the movie has also been released.
Just wait til you see the final one, where a zooming camera comes within inches of smashing Kurt Russell in the face at a very high speed.
Writer/director James Gunn (who also appears in the music video as the drummer) told Entertainment Weekly:
“Oh my god, yeah. And the amazing thing about that moment is that Kurt did not budge. You look at him, and he’s such a pro, that he’s just standing there. Oh my god, it went way too close. We were just an inch away from him getting his face broken open and that would have been the end of Kurt Russell on Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. We would have had to reshoot everything with Pauly Shore.”
Clip via JoBlo Movie Trailers