Nightmare Fuel: Skinny Puppy

  • "Worlock" is a video that takes all the squick moments from a lot of horror films and runs them back to back to back. Banned completely outright due to content and the fact that no one bothered to get permission to use the clips. According to That Other Wiki clips used are: Deep Red, Suspiria, Tenebrae, Dune, Phenomena, Opera, The Beyond, Hellbound: Hellraiser II, Bad Taste, Dead & Buried, Luther the Geek, Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer, From Beyond, Death Warmed Up, Eraserhead and Altered States.
  • The covers of their albums either fall into Creepy Awesome or complete unapologetic Nightmare Fuel. Examples include:
    • The cover art for The Greater Wrong of the Right. The inner fold of the album is particularly squicky.
    • The Lovecraft-inspired cover art for Too Dark Park.
    • The album cover for BRAP is easily one of their most disturbing. I features among other things a very distorted corpse like figure without arms along side a Chihuahua head with spikes coming out of it.
    • Doomsday: Back and Forth Series 5: Live in Dresden is almost too bizarre to put into words, but is creepy nonetheless. See for yourself.
  • Pick a song in Last Rights. Any song. We guarantee you that you will shit bricks upon hearing it.
    • For starters, the album gives us the chaotic "Knowhere?" where Ogre supposedly had a seizure during the recording.
    • "Download" from the same album. It's like the film Irreversible in song form. The last several minutes of the piece could be considered a subversion, though.
    • Scrapyard is just horrifying to listen to, what with the nonstop loud vocals and nonsensical digital distortion. Lets just say that the song makes a fiddle of all things sound disturbing.
    • Love In Vein, especially because of the creepy backwards masking at the beginning.
  • The live performances which are more or less like living out a horror movie.
  • "Scared". Which is a fitting title for what you'll feel after listening to it