"Berzerk" also samples the Beastie Boys' "The New Style" and "Fight for Your Right," and scenes in the video directly mimic the photo-negative effect from the New York trio's "So What'cha Want" video. (And Mike D's outfit—though Em replaces the Knicks t-shirt with one repping his hometown Detroit Pistons.) The 1992-video was directed by the late Adam Yauch (under his directorial pseudonum Nathanial Hörnblowér) and was itself inspired by scenes shot from the point-of-view of the werewolf in the 1981 horror film Wolfen