I have reviewed several spooky/unsettling videos on here; I still have yet to review “Rockit”,but I may overcome that this season.
A video whose song I loved and was a little freaked out by its video is “Go Insane” by Lindsey Buckingham. Buckingham is one of those artists whom I didn’t know were part of other, bigger entities when I discovered them back in the 1980s, when my music tastes were developing. Once I learned he was part of Fleetwood Mac, I felt a little embarrassed. Same story with Paul McCartney—– once I figured out McCartney was one of the Beatles, I had to backtrack and realize that was Paul singing on on so many of my favorite old songs. I could go on—-Robert Plant, Roger Daltrey, Jeff Lynne, etc. Anyway, Lindsey Buckingham’s “Go Insane” video has some of the early roots of computer animation and good old superimposing at work, making some pretty wacky stuff for its time..for instance:
Wow, this is a doozy! As my two brothers and I plowed through boxes of our old stuff at our mother’s house, a big pile of comic books came to light. They were all spooky,scary, mystical titles that I remember sneaking into my brothers’ closet and trying to read. I didn’t understand much but I loved it. My brothers gave me the books, and at last I can read them at leisure. I’ll post the pics, and feel free to review any you might might have read. Here goes!
The jackalope is a creature that exists generally because of taxidermy. Jackalope “mounts” are usually made with a dead rabbit and deer antlers, although the jackalope is supposed to be part jackrabbit and part antelope.
The underlying legend of the Jackalope, however, might actually be the result of sightings of rabbits infected with Shope papilloma virus, which causes hornlike growths on a rabbit’s head and body.