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Best Music Video Short Films

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Panic at the Disco Short Film Is A Horror Trilogy!

This week features the latest song released by Panic at the Disco Say Amen (Saturday Night) 2018. It’s the prequel to two previous short films and I’ve got them all here for you to watch in order, so read on. You love Brendon Urie just as much as I do and you can’t help it, so read on for a big dose.

Maybe a music video anthology short film series has been done before but I’ve never seen it. If you have please leave me a comment because I’d love to see more examples of this.

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Die Antwood Tommy Can't Sleep

Die Antwood ‘Tommy Can’t Sleep’ Music Video

If you’re into Eraserhead from 1977, this short film is mesmerizing. This Die Antwood music video is one of the best. It has all the characteristics used in the iconic Eraserhead movie for lighting and mood. You’ll notice tonnes of set pieces similar to those in the film and the whole thing feels like an alternate version of one of the scariest and weirdest films I’ve seen. If you’ve never heard of Yolandi Vi$$er (Yolandi Visser), now is the time to learn about her. Aside from that, Jack Black is in this mini-movie of music from Die Antwood.

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YungBlud Album Cover

YungBlud ‘Psychotic Kids’ Is Music With Horror

Yungblud is an up-and-comer I can feel it. Here I was casually looking for a new video short featuring horror influences or just something really special and I stumbled across this guy. 19 years old from Doncaster with his single, Psychotic Kids released in 2017. YungBlud’s first album only dropped at the beginning of July 2018 titled 21st Century Liability. 

Who Is YungBlud?

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30 Seconds To Mars ‘The Kill’ An Ode To The Shining

Other than making music, Thirty Seconds to Mars do visually stunning video shorts. The Kill is not only one of my favorite songs but has an accompanying video that has influences from The Shining in its hallways and frantically paced images. If you ever wanted to see horror music and film combined then you’ve come to the right place. Jared Leto also adopted the split-screen visual style from working with Darren Aronofsky in Requiem for a Dream (2000.)

Best Music Video Short Films

Music videos with horror themes from The Shining

30 Seconds to Mars Bury Me music video has The Shining themed visuals
30 Seconds to Mars Bury Me music video has The Shining themed visuals

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Thirty Seconds to Mars

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