FACES, Summer 1991 ------------------ "In my spare time I enjoy riding horses, hinking, camping and climbing voluptious blonde women." - John Christ "I don't think the girls in our videos are fluff and I don't think that girls shouldn't be in videos. It's how you use them and what you do with them." - Glenn Danzig's take on bimbo mania in metal videos Unknown ------- It was the fantasy come true of any Danzig diehard lucky enough to be on the East Coast this Halloween as Glenn and the band took over Port Chester, NY's Capitol Theater for a night of fiendish fun of a different kind. Celebrating the day nearest and dearest to his horror-happy heart, Glenn thrilled and chilled an adoring audience with some surprise classics like "Halloween" and "To Walk The Night," both befitting the occasion and the recent Caroline Records release of the Samhain compilation Final Descent. Get in on the Danzig fan club by writing (updated address): Danzig, P.O. Box 3608, Van Nuys, CA 91407. Unknown ------- Let's hear it for "Night Flight," the USA cable network's popular all-night marathon medley of movies, music and an adventurous melange of video programming. Unlike the squeamish MTV, "Night Flight" dares to be different, thankfully airing Danzig's dusky debut clip, "Mother," without protesting (or blacking out) ever-so-brief glimpses of upside down crosses, tombstone shadows, or the closing mock sacrificial ritual (all deemed "objectionable" by MTV, the network that, on the other hand, can't seem to get enough of Jessica Hahn's over siliconed breasts or the bulging, barely-there bikinis in the Beach Boys' "Kokomo" or the bevy of bimbos and hot babes in their "approved" prime time lineup). Danzig's subsequent "Twist Of Cain" is a powerful clip, recently shot at The Ritz in NYC. Can the censors' hearts take it?