Although she co-starred with him on the first two Doctor Dolittle movies, Raven-Symoné didn’t appear in the 2003 Eddie Murphy movie The Haunted Mansion, instead contributing a cover of the Stevie Wonder classic “Superstition” and appearing in a tie-in music video.
Seemingly inspired by songs like the Maniac Cop Rap and Turtle Power, the wonderfully over-the-top Psycho Goreman featured its own rap soundtrack song, “PG for Short”, performed by the character Lil Cea$er, that played over the end credits.
For the debut single off his first solo album, Wyclef Jean sampled “Stayin Alive” and some other songs for “We Trying to Stay Alive” and, since the main sample came from a song from the Saturday Night Fever soundtrack, he also paid homage to that John Travolta classic with a disco-themed music video directed by Roman Coppola.
The Goo Goo Dolls exploded later in the 90s with their Dizzy Up The Girl album and City of Angels soundtrack contribution “Iris” but earlier in the decade they provided “I’m Awake Now” to the “final” Nightmare on Elm Street movie, Freddy’s Dead, in 1991.
This past weekend’s new theatrical/HBO Max release Reminiscence doesn’t seem like the kind of movie that would normally have a music video tie-in but the movie’s end credits song “Save My Love” by Lonr. feat Amber Mack does have one, with Thandiwe Newton appearing to putting Lonr. into the memory machine to relive a past moment.