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What are the most memorable music videos inspired by horror movies?

Movies have long been a point of reference for music videos. Think of thank u, next by Ariana Grande and '03 Bonnie & Clyde by Beyonce and Jay-Z. These titles make us dance our hearts out, there are also those that tap into our fears. Take these music videos inspired by horror movies for example!

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  1. 1Everlong by Foo Fighters

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    Everlong is a post-grunge alternative rock song by American rock band Foo Fighters. It is the second single from The Colour and the Shape. Its music video was nominated for Best Rock Video at the 1998 MTV Video Music Awards.

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  1. 2The Kill by Thirty Seconds to Mars

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    The Kill is an alternative rock song by American band Thirty Seconds to Mars. It was released on January 24, 2006 as the second single from  A Beautiful Lie. Its music video pays tribute to  Stanley Kubrick's The Shining by Stephen King.

  2. 3Hell In The Hallways by Ice Nine Kills

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    Hell In The Hallways is a song by Ice Nine Kills and appears on their album titled Every Trick in the Book in 2015. This song was inspired by Stephen King's epistolary novel, Carrie. Its music video was directed by Dan Kennedy & Rasa Partin.

  1. 4Living Dead Girl by Rob Zombie

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    Living Dead Girl is an industrial metal song by Rob Zombie. It was written by Zombie and Scott Humphrey, who drew inspiration from several horror movies. The music video for the song is a derivative of The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari.

  2. 5White Noise by PVRIS

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    White Noise is the fifth single from PVRIS's eponymous debut album released in 2014. It was written by Blake Harnage and Lynn Gunn. Its music video was directed by Raul Gonzo.

  3. 6Pet Sematary by The Ramones

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    Pet Sematary is a horror punk single from punk rock band Ramones. It appears on their 1989 album Brain Drain. It was originally written for Stephen King 1989 film adaptation of the same name.

  4. 7Forsaken by Jonathan Davis

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    Forsaken is a song by Jonathan Davis from his album titled Alone I Play. It was featured in the 2002 vampire horror film Queen of the Damned. It was played by Lestat's heavy metal band in the film.

  5. 8The Universal by Blur

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    The Universal is a chamber pop song by the English alternative rock band Blur from their fourth studio album, The Great Escape. It was released in November 1995. The music video is based on the opening scenes from A Clockwork Orange.

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    October 6, 2019
    "Im seeing a trend that these rock bands really like Stephen King.. Rightfully so :P But this one is by far the best horror music video I've seen past 2000s. Love it."
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    Hell In The Hallways by Ice Nine Kills
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    Anonymous
    October 6, 2019
    "I watch this and clockwork orange every halloween season.. It really gets me in the spoopy festive spirit. My love for Blur and Stanley Kubrick will never cease"
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    The Universal by Blur
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    Anonymous
    October 6, 2019
    "The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari is the BOMB. Sorry folks... In a few weeks time we'll be seeing this one at the top of the list for sure."
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    Living Dead Girl by Rob Zombie
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    Anonymous
    October 6, 2019
    "Oh John Davis, you brilliant man. I remember the first time I saw this, I was awe struck... still am :)"
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    Forsaken by Jonathan Davis
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    Anonymous
    October 6, 2019
    "Not including this in the list would be a disservice to both horror and rock fans in the world."
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    Pet Sematary by The Ramones
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    Anonymous
    October 6, 2019
    "Raul Gonzo is really making a mark in the industery. Amazing song from PVRIS, as well! Bravo!"
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    White Noise by PVRIS
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    Anonymous
    October 6, 2019
    "SON... Jared Leto in a homage to Stephen King... How can you say anything bad about this?"
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    The Kill by Thirty Seconds to Mars
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    Anonymous
    October 6, 2019
    "SERIOUSLY. Rock music videos are the greatest of all time!!"
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    Everlong by Foo Fighters
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1Everlong by Foo FightersVideos 1 Free
2The Kill by Thirty Seconds to MarsVideos 0 Free
3Hell In The Hallways by Ice Nine KillsVideos 0 Free
4Living Dead Girl by Rob ZombieVideos 0 Free
5White Noise by PVRISVideos 0 Free
6Pet Sematary by The RamonesVideos 0 Free
7Forsaken by Jonathan DavisVideos 0 Free
8The Universal by BlurVideos 0 Free
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