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The Creepiest Alice Movie Ever

I’ve seen some pretty creepy renditions of Alice in Wonderland over the years and this is by far the creepiest version I’ve seen.

“Alice” was created by Jan Švankmajer, in Czechoslovakia in 1988.   230 more words


Cinema-Classic n.28 – “Neco z Alenky” AKA “Alice” di Jan Svankmajer (1988)
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Neco z Alenky

“Alıştığımız Alice hikayesindekinden farklı olan bu dünyada, korkutucu karakter ve yaratıklarla karşılaşıyoruz. Yönetmen Jan Svankmajer, sürreal öğeler kullanarak anlattığı Alice’in fantastik hikayesini bir korku masalına dönüştürüyor.” 154 more words


Strange Cinema: Alice (1988)

This is part of an ongoing review series for the films featured on 366weirdmovies.com‘s Certifiably Weird list. My goal is to watch and review all of them (even if it kills me). 628 more words


Review: Alice (1988)

Greg Foster compares Czech surrealist animator Jan Švankmajer’s Neco z Aleky to its Disney counterpart, Alice in Wonderland.

The first memories I have are ones of growing up in Thatcher’s Britain in the 80s. 1,032 more words


Tma/Svetlo/Tma (Jan Svankmajer, 1989)

By Hayley Trowbridge

This review contains spoilers.

Jan Svankmajer’s Tma/Svelto/Tma or Darkness/Light/Darkness is a 6-minute clay animated short film from the legendary Czech director. Whilst having what some may deem a ‘pre-historic’ look about it, Tma/Svelto/Tma, is an enriching piece of stop motion. 502 more words

Film Review


“Alice” (“Neco z Alenky”)   1988


Director: Jan Svankmajer


If you think about it, “Alice In Wonderland” is actually a pretty creepy story for little kids, if indeed Lewis Carroll ever intended it to be for children to begin with.  370 more words