Music Video of the Day: Burn by Nine Inch Nails (1994, dir by Hank Corwin and Trent Reznor)

I like Burn, even though it’s not exactly subtle song.  I mean, Trent Reznor has never exactly been the most low-key of songwriters but Burn is a bit heavy-handed by even his standards.  That said, it’s got a good beat and you can dance to it and it’s fun to music to play while you’re setting a fire or trying to freak out a boomer.

The video was apparently included on a special VHS tape of Natural Born Killers.  And now it’s on YouTube so watch it while you can because I have a feeling this video will probably get yanked down for copyright reasons in another month or so.  Stuff like that just makes me want to burn it all down.  The video pretty much follows the Natural Born Killers aesthetic.  It’s a type of style that’s good for music videos but a bit much for a 2 hour-plus film.  Natural Born Killers is one of those films that I always get bored with before it ends but the soundtrack’s pretty good.


Horror on TV: Baywatch Nights 2.20 “Hot Winds” (dir by Parker Stevenson)

On tonight’s episode of Baywatch Nights, the wind is making people in California go insane!  Could it because the wind is hot and annoying?  Or is it that there’s a Satanist doing something evil out in the desert?

Don’t worry, California!  David Hasselhoff and Angie Harmon are on the case!

This episode originally aired on May 3rd, 1997.

Horror Scenes That I Love: Tor Johnson vs Richard Carlson in Behind Locked Doors

Since today is Tor Johnson’s birthday, I wanted to share a scene from Plan 9 From Outer Space or Bride of the Monster or even the Beast of Yucca Flats.

Unfortunately, YouTube would not cooperate.  I found a lot of tribute videos that people had done.  I found several videos of Tor playing Lobo with silly music playing in the background.  There were a lot of weird Tor/Bela tribute videos.  (Apparently, there’s a very active community of Lobo/Varnoff shippers, which was not something that I really needed to know.)  Anyway, try as I did, I couldn’t find any decent videos of just Tor walking into a wall or rising from the dead of reaching for the bunny in Beast of Yucca Flats.

However, I did find this clip from a film in which Tor Johnson appeared in 1948.  Apparently, Behind Locked Doors was noir about a detective who goes undercover at a sanitarium.  One of the other patients at the sanitarium?  TOR JOHNSON!

So, enjoy this chance to see Tor Johnson in a scene not directed by Ed Wood or Coleman Francis.  (The scene was directed by Budd Boetticher, who has a far different critical reputation that both Misters Wood and Francis.)

4 Shots From 4 Films: Special Tor Johnson Edition

4 Shots From 4 Films is just what it says it is, 4 shots from 4 of our favorite films. As opposed to the reviews and recaps that we usually post, 4 Shots From 4 Films lets the visuals do the talking.

Today is Tor Johnson’s birthday so it just seems appropriate to present….

4 Shots From 4 Tor Johnson Films

Bride of The Monster (1955, dir by Ed Wood)

Plan 9 from Outer Space (1959, dir by Ed Wood)

Night of the Ghouls (1960, dir by Ed Wood)

The Beast from Yucca Flats (1961, dir by Coleman Francis)

Horror On The Lens: Invasion of the Saucer Men (dir by Edward Cahn)

Invasion of The Saucer Men

The poster above pretty much epitomizes everything that I love about old B-movies.  Between the aliens and the poster’s promise that we’re being given the chance to “SEE (the) night the world nearly ended…!,” it’s hard to resist the temptation to give Invasion of the Saucer Men a chance.

First released in 1957, Invasion of the Saucer Men is, in many ways, a standard alien invasion film.  Aliens land in a small town and cause a lot of inconvenience for a bunch of all-American teenagers who are just looking for a place to make out.  What sets Invasion of the Saucer Men apart is that it’s meant to intentionally humorous and the aliens totally kick ass.

So, here is today’s edition of Horror On The Lens: Invasion of the Saucer Men!

Lisa Marie’s Week In Review: 10/12/20 — 10/18/20

It’s been a long week but look at everything I got accomplished!

Films I Watched:

  1. American Nightmares (2018)
  2. Cats (2019)
  3. Chinatown (1974)
  4. Creature From The Black Lagoon (1954)
  5. Creature From The Haunted Sea (1961)
  6. Dalek Invasion of Earth 2150 (1966)
  7. Dark Forces (2020)
  8. Disconnected (1984)
  9. Dr. Who and the Daleks (1965)
  10. Edge of Fury (1958)
  11. Enter the Ninja (1981)
  12. Ferris Bueller’s Day Off (1986)
  13. Gojira (1954)
  14. The Green Slime (1968)
  15. The Grudge (2020)
  16. The Innocent Party (1959)
  17. Is There A Killer On My Street (2018)
  18. Killer Cheer Camp (2020)
  19. The Last Temptation of Christ (1988)
  20. Lips of Blood (1975)
  21. Night of the Demons (1988)
  22. Night of the Lepus (1972)
  23. Ninja III: The Domination (1984)
  24. Rollerball (1975)
  25. Shriek of the Mutilated (1974)
  26. Support Your Local Sheriff (1969)
  27. The Washing Machine (1993)

Television Shows I Watched:

  1. The Amazing Race 32
  2. The Bachelorette 16
  3. Baywatch
  4. Baywatch Night
  5. Big Brother 22
  6. Dancing With The Stars
  7. Dracula
  8. The Powers of Matthew Star
  9. The Vow

Books I Read:

  1. The Eternal Enemy (1993) by Christopher Pike
  2. The Grave (1999) by Christopher Pike
  3. Whisper of Death (1991) by Christopher Pike

Music To Which I Listened:

  1. Adi Ulmansky
  2. Arlo Guthrie
  3. Armin van Buuren
  4. Arthur Brown
  5. Big Data
  6. Blanck Mass
  7. Britney Spears
  8. Cage the Elephant
  9. The Chemical Brothers
  10. Dillon Francis
  11. DJ Snake
  12. Duck Sauce
  13. Flying Lizards
  14. Ghost
  15. Gloria Jones
  16. Goblin Rebirth
  17. Haim
  18. Jakalope
  19. Jimi Hendrix
  20. John Carpenter
  21. Imagine Dragons
  22. Kedr Livanskiy
  23. Lenny Kravitz
  24. Moby
  25. New Order
  26. Nine Inch Nails
  27. Penelope Trappes
  28. Ratatat
  29. Royal Blood
  30. Saint Motel
  31. Savage Rose
  32. Talking Heads


  1. Hillbilly Elegy
  2. Monster Hunter
  3. All Joking Aside
  4. Ammonite
  5. Jiu Jitsu
  6. Jungeland
  7. Soul
  8. Last Three Days
  9. I’m Your Woman
  10. The Empty Man
  11. Dead Reckoning

Horror on the Lens:

  1. The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari
  2. Satan’s School For Girls
  3. Invitation to Hell
  4. The Brain That Wouldn’t Die
  5. The Phantom Of the Opera
  6. Little Shop of Horrors
  7. The House on Haunted Hill

Horror on TV:

  1. Baywatch Nights 2.12
  2. Baywatch Nights 2.13
  3. Baywatch Nights 2.14
  4. Baywatch Nights 2.15
  5. Baywatch Nights 2.16
  6. Baywatch Nights 2.18
  7. Baywatch Nights 2.19

Links From The Site:

  1. I shared music videos from Duck Sauce, Royal Blood, Arthur Brown, Ratatat, Ghost, Penelope Trappes, and Imagine Dragons!
  2. I reviewed The Grave, Whisper of Death, The Eternal Enemy, 2001 Maniacs, Dark Forces, Night of the Lepus, Disconnected, The Grudge, Shriek of the Mutilated, The Washing Machine, American Nightmares, Ninja III, Lips of Blood, The Innocent Party, Is There A Killer On My Street, Enter the Ninja, and The Green Slime!
  3. I paid tribute to David Cronenberg, Wes Craven, Tobe Hooper, Jess Franco, Tod Browning, Michael Reeves, and Klaus Kinski!
  4. I shared two AMVs: Control and Dracula!
  5. I shared scenes from Prom Night, Deadly Friend, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Twin Peaks, Bigfoot, The Witchfinder General, and Nosferatu!
  6. Erin took a look at the The Thrilling Covers of Thrilling Mystery!
  7. Erin shared: Strange Stories, Horror Stories, Murder Mysteries, Net of Cobwebs, Another World, The Touch of Evil, and Real Spicy Horror Stories!
  8. Jeff reviewed Trusting My Mortal Enemy, Witchcraft III, Witchcraft IV, Witchcraft V, Witchcraft VI, Witchcraft VII, Witchcraft VIII, Witchcraft IX, Last House on the Block, Ascension of the Limbs, Desolation, Tavern Crawler, Minor Arcana, and What the Bus!
  9. Ryan reviewed Wild for Adventure, Mark Beyer Sketchbook: 2016 — 2017, and Marie and the Worrywart.

More From Us:

  1. I hosted #ILikeToWatch on Twitter and I shared the Live and Performing For You! playlist!
  2. I reviewed the first episode of The Amazing Race for Realty TV Chat Blog!
  3. I reviewed Big Brother for Big Brother Blog!
  4. At my music site, I shared songs from Jakalope, Cage the Elephant, Blanck Mass, Saint Motel, Haim, Jakalope again, and Gloria Jones!
  5. On her photography site, Erin shared: Dream, Eagle, White Rock Lake, up, Discarded, and storm.
  6. Ryan has a patreon!  You should consider subscribing!

Want to see what I did last week?  Click here!

Two more weeks of horrorthon to go!  If you thought this week was busy, you ain’t seen nothing yet!

Horror on TV: Baywatch Nights 2.19 “The Eighth Seal” (dir by Jon Cassar)


Tonight’s episode of Baywatch Nights, The Eighth Seal, was originally broadcast on April 26th, 1997 and it features David Hasselhoff getting possessed.

You really haven’t lived until you’ve seen David Hasselhoff play possessed.


Horror Scenes I Love: Klaus Kinski and Bruno Ganz have dinner in Nosferatu

Nosferatu (1979, dir by Werner Herzog)

Since today is Klaus Kinksi’s birthday, it makes sense that he should be featured in today’s scene of the day.  In this scene from Werner Herzog’s 1979 film, Nosferatu, Klaus Kinski and Bruno Ganz have dinner.  Of course, in this scenario, Bruno Ganz is Jonathan Harker while Kinski is Dracula.

(In the original, silent Nosferatu, Harker’s name was changed to Thomas Hutter while Dracula was called Count Orlok.  By the time Herzog shot his version, the characters were in the public domain and there was no longer any need to pretend that Nosferatu wasn’t an adaptation of Bram Stoker’s novel.)


4 Shots From 4 Films: Special Klaus Kinski Edition

4 Shots From 4 Films is just what it says it is, 4 shots from 4 of our favorite films. As opposed to the reviews and recaps that we usually post, 4 Shots From 4 Films lets the visuals do the talking!

94 years ago today, the infamous but incredibly talented Klaus Kisnki was born.  Though Kinski appeared in many genres of film, he was an actor who seemed to be well-suited for horror films.  Today, we honor that legacy with….

4 Shots From 4 Films

Aguirre The Wrath of God (1972, dir by Werner Herzog)

Nosferatu (1979, dir by Werner Herzog)

Crawlspace (1986, dir by David Schmoeller)

Nosferatu in Venice (1988, dir by Augusto Caminito and Klaus Kinski)

Horror On The Lens: The House On Haunted Hill (dir by William Castle)

The original The House on Haunted Hill is a classic and one that we make it a point to share every Halloween.  And since October is halfway over, now seems like the perfect time to do so!

Be sure to check out Gary’s review by clicking here!

Enjoy Vincent Price at his best!