While "Twilight Zone" isn't the rarest of the rare, it is an excellent video and song that suits the seasonal theme to a T. And it has become somewhat of a forgotten gem in the 35 years (can it really be that long) since it hit our favorite video music channel.
The song is by the Dutch group Golden Earring, who are not a one hit wonder by virtue of their 1973 hit "Radar Love." That song hit #13 on the U.S. charts only to be topped by "Twilight Zone" 9 years laters, which peaked at #10 in the U.S.
"Twilight Zone" was written by George Kooymans (Golden Earring's guitarist), and was inspired by Robert Ludlum's The Bourne Identity (before it became a hit movie). The band translated that inspiration to the excellent video, directed by Dick Maas, and it caught the eye of the folks at MTV for pretty obvious reasons. The result was a video in heavy rotation for months, and a hit song.
While Golden Earring would not become huge stars in the U.S., they remained successful in Europe (especially their native Holland), and remain active in the industry to the present day.
Oh, and one word of caution -- this is the uncensored version of the song, which includes brief nudity and a drug injection. (These scenes were removed from the U.S. version back in the day).