If there’s one thing I can always count on from Hoodie Allen it’s a clever visual to go along with an equally catchy song. Fresh off the Happy Gilmore-inspired video for “Show Me What You’re Made Of,” the New York rapper heads back to the cinema for “Movie,” the new single off his upcoming album People Keep Talking. In the video, Hoodie raps his way through a series of movie sets, ranging from a noir picture, a Michael Bay-esque action movie and a pretty pitch perfect Wes Anderson parody all in the pursuit of his leading lady. The production from longtime collaborator RJF is a stand-out here as well, with a thumping beat driving an almost surf-punk guitar line that helps set the track into a nice groove for Hoodie to direct as he sees fit. If this is a good look at the album, I’ll advise you to follow Terrell Owens’ advice and get your popcorn ready. You can check out the video for “Movie” below and get ready for Hoodie Allen’s full-length debut album People Keep Talking dropping on October 14th.