In celebration of Halloween, we've decided to take a look at seven of the spookiest music videos released in the industry.
Take a look at our list and let us know of more scary and terrifying videos that you think should have been included!
Michael Jackson - Thriller
An obvious choice perhaps, but one that can't be left out of any Halloween playlist. Michael's at his best in this near-14-minute short film that's become one of the most iconic music videos on the planet.
The Shakespeare Sisters - Stay
Creepy and sinister are just a couple of words to describe this amalgamation of a young woman who's trying to save her love from dying, before 'death' comes to battle her for the right to take him away.
Rihanna - Disturbia
It's one of her greatest songs, and Rihanna sure did deliver when it came to the music video to go alongside it. Surrounding by those of an insane nature, Rih finds her own sanity dwindling and soon becomes a part of the asylum herself.
Christina Aguilera - Fighter
Sorcery's at hand in this Aguilera offering, when the star was at her prime. Encased in a glass box, Christina fights for her freedom and has to battle against those who use and abuse her to further themselves.
Marilyn Manson - Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of This)
It's hard to find a Marilyn Manson video that doesn't give us the creeps, but this one certainly takes the cake. In his cover of the Eurythmics classic,
Backstreet Boys - Everybody (Backstreet's Back)
This hilarious horror movie spoof sees the guys don some brilliant makeup and pull off some cheesy dance moves in a video that you'll never forget after a first time viewing.
Pink - Please Don't Leave Me
Reminiscent of Stephen King's 'Misery', Pink sees herself coming to the end of a relationship she'd rather keep at hand. Refusing to let her partner leave the house, she sets up a series of traps to ensure he's incapable of getting away. Slightly comical but incredibly dark.
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