Kiss filmography

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The following is the filmography of the American rock band Kiss.

Music videos[edit]

Year Title Director(s)
1975 Rock and Roll All Nite YouTube link Unknown
C'mon and Love Me YouTube link
1979 I Was Made for Lovin' You YouTube link John Goodhue
Sure Know Something YouTube link
1980 Shandi YouTube link Unknown
1981 A World Without Heroes YouTube link Bruce Gowers
I YouTube link Unknown
1982 I Love It Loud YouTube link Paul Davey
1983 Lick It Up YouTube link Martin Kahan
All Hell's Breakin' Loose YouTube link
1984 Heaven's on Fire YouTube link David Lewis
Thrills in the Night YouTube link Albie Vos
1985 Tears Are Falling YouTube link David Mallet
Who Wants to Be Lonely YouTube link
Uh! All Night YouTube link
1986 Rock and Roll All Nite (Live) YouTube link Claude Borenwzeig
1987 Crazy Crazy Nights YouTube link Jean Pellerin & Doug Freel
Reason to Live YouTube link Marty Callner
1988 Turn On the Night YouTube link
1989 Let's Put the 'X' in Sex YouTube link Rebecca Blake
(You Make Me) Rock Hard YouTube link
Hide Your Heart YouTube link Marty Callner
Rise to It YouTube link Mark Rezyka
Forever YouTube link
1991 God Gave Rock 'N' Roll to You II YouTube link
1992 Unholy YouTube link Paul Rachman
I Just Wanna YouTube link
Domino YouTube link
Every Time I Look at You YouTube link Mark Rezyka
1993 I Love It Loud (Live) YouTube link Joseph Young
1997 Shout It Out Loud (Live) YouTube link Wayne Isham
1998 Psycho Circus YouTube link James Hurlburt
2009 Modern Day Delilah YouTube link Wayne Isham

Lyric videos[edit]

Year Title
2012 Hell or Hallelujah YouTube link
2013 Right Here Right Now YouTube link

Video albums[edit]

Year Title Certifications
(sales thresholds)
1985 Animalize Live Uncensored
  • Released: April 19, 1985
  • Label: Mercury Records
  • Formats: VHS
  • US: Platinum[1]
1987 Exposed
  • US: Platinum[1]
  • CAN: Platinum[2]
1988 Crazy Nights
  • Released: June 6, 1988
  • Label: PolyGram Music Video
  • Formats: VHS
1992 X-treme Close-Up
  • Released: August 18, 1992
  • Label: PolyGram Music Video
  • Formats: VHS, DVD
  • US: Platinum[1]
  • CAN: Gold[2]
1993 Kiss Konfidential
  • Released: August 16, 1993
  • Label: PolyGram Music Video
  • Formats: VHS, DVD
1994 Kiss My Ass: The Video
  • Released: August 23, 1994
  • Label: PolyGram Music Video
  • Formats: VHS, DVD
1996 Kiss Unplugged
  • Released: March 12, 1996
  • Label: PolyGram Music Video
  • Formats: VHS, DVD
1998 Psycho Circus 3-D Video
  • Released: October 20, 1998
  • Label: Mercury Records
  • Formats: CD
  • US: Platinum[1]
The Second Coming
  • Released: November 24, 1998
  • Label: PolyGram Music Video
  • Formats: DVD
  • US: Platinum[1]
  • AUS: 2x Platinum[3]
2003 Kiss Symphony: The DVD
  • Released: September 10, 2003
  • Label: Sanctuary Records
  • Formats: DVD
  • US: 2× Platinum[1]
  • ARG: Platinum[4]
  • CAN: 2× Platinum[2]
  • AUS: Platinum[5]
2005 Rock the Nation Live!
  • Released: December 13, 2005
  • Label: Image Entertainment
  • Formats: DVD
  • US: 2× Platinum[1]
  • CAN: 2× Platinum[2]
  • AUS: Platinum[6]
2006 Kissology Volume One: 1974–1977
  • US: 5× Platinum[1]
  • CAN: 8× Platinum[2]
2007 Kissology Volume Two: 1978-1991
  • Released: August 14, 2007
  • Label: VH1 Classic Records
  • Formats: DVD
  • US: 6× Platinum[1]
Kissology Volume Three: 1992–2000
  • Released: December 18, 2007
  • Label: VH1 Classic Records
  • Formats: DVD
  • US: 8× Platinum[1]
2014 Kissology Volume Four: 2001–2012
  • Released: TBA
  • Label: VH1 Classic Records
  • Formats: DVD

Feature films[edit]

Year Film Director
1978 Kiss Meets the Phantom of the Park Gordon Hessler
1999 Detroit Rock City Adam Rifkin

Other appearances[edit]

Kiss appeared in the 1998 Millennium episode "...Thirteen Years Later."

Kiss was also featured in the Family Guy episodes "A Very Special Family Guy Freakin' Christmas" and "Road to Europe".

In 2002, Kiss filmed a music video with the cast of the popular sitcom That 70's Show to announce that the show was going into sydication. The half-hour special showed behind the scenes of the making of the video. The half-hour special, called That 70's Kiss Show aired on VH1.

Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley appeared as themselves in the 2009 Fairly OddParents episode "Wishology Part 1: The Big Beginning."

They also appear in an episode of What's New, Scooby Doo? performing as themselves.

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