Michael Jackson’s monster smash

Michael Jackson’s monster smash

Last Updated: 12:01am GMT 25/11/2007
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It started with a howl (from the record company) and ended with latex, zombies and beansprout sandwiches. Twenty-five years after Michael Jackson turned into a werewolf, Peter Lyle talks to members of his inner circle about the making of a classic album – and the video that changed pop history

No mere mortal can resist the Thriller

No mere mortal can resist … the Thriller 10/28/2007

With Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” playing, 17 people performed the dance associated in the 1983 video.

This group was participating in “Thrill the World” on Saturday at the Midland Center for the Arts.

Dancers make a ‘Thriller’ effort

Dancers make a ‘Thriller’ effort
Dancers gathered in Irvine on Saturday to try to set a world record. They danced to “Thriller” by Michael Jackson.

Sunday, October 28, 2007
By RICHARD CHANG | The Orange County Register

Pop singer Michael Jackson released the song and album “Thriller” in 1982. Both became huge hits. The 1983 video for the “Thriller” single, directed by John Landis, was 14 minutes long and included a memorable dance with zombies backing a transformed Jackson, who looked like a werewolf and a zombie.