Despite taking his stage name from the undead creatures in question, musician and filmmaker Rob Zombie doesn't actually spend that much time singing about zombies. He seems to spread his love equally among all '70s horror film creatures and cliches, penning tunes about muscle cars, monsters, witches and death. There are a few zombie-specific songs in his oeuvre, though, with the most famous of the bunch being 1998's "Living Dead Girl." Named after French horror filmmaker's 1982 film, La Morte Vivante, the song samples music from the trailer for a Wes Craven film and references a character played for horror icon Vincent Price. The video for the tune was based on the famous expressionist silent film The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari, which isn't actually about zombies but is awfully creepy nonetheless.