I think the creepiest clip from an Alice movie I’ve seen recently was unintentionally scary, which Jenny Woolf linked to at her blog, brought to light in re Will Brooker’s book Alice’s Adventure: Lewis Carroll in Popular Culture (2005). “He suggested looking into the Alice in Wonderland phenomenon in Japan, (where she is known as Arisu).” That’s where this animated Lego version comes in:
And what Hallowe’en could be complete without a bit of Jan Švankmajer:
One thought on “Happy Halloween! Some scary Wonderlands on YouTube.”
One of the creepiest things about the Svankmajer is the knowledge that he used dead animals in his animations. Yeuch!
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