A closer look at the Mechanical Animals era of Marilyn Manson, including all his music videos up to that point, as well as behind the scenes, live and backstage footage.
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A closer look at the Mechanical Animals era of Marilyn Manson, including all his music videos up to that point, as well as behind the scenes, live and backstage footage.

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Marilyn: John 5 licked my asshole for real!
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Lunchbox
Lyrics by Marilyn Manson (as Manson)
Music by Berkowitz, Gidget Gein (as Gein)
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Great movie for Manson fans
19 July 2000 | by (Rutherfordton, NC) – See all my reviews

Over years of waiting, finally a home video with all of Marilyn Manson's music videos!

The cool things about this movie is that it features all of their videos, plus an hour of backstage footage from the 1998-1999 Rock Is Dead tour! It also features the unreleased video "Cryptorchid," a spooky Nosferatu-style video with black and white imagery.

In addition to basically any home video, this one has its drawbacks. It lists all of the music videos from current to past, which a fan has not come to expect. We want to see how they evolved from a little band signed to Nothing Records with a cult following up to evolving into Omega & The Mechanical Animals.

Another drawback is that it does not feature the three self-made Spooky Kids videos for "Lunchbox," "Misery Machine," and "Thrift."

All in all, this is a great video for anyone who are fans of Manson or his previous video, Dead To The World. I wouldn't go as far as saying this is the greatest vid in the world, but it is cool in its own way. Three out of five stars.


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