Disney princesses if they were serial killers

Disney princesses are commonly considered beautiful, adorable and defenseless people, but one artist took it upon himself to reinterpret them as movie serial killers. Do you want to know who these characters are? Run to see the pictures! Walt Disney took it upon himself to adapt literary classics like Sleeping Beauty and Cinderella, and present them as fantastic and medieval works, which made us believe in eternal love and "they lived happily ever after", watching the knight fight dragons and save himself. the princess with a single kiss. What would happen if princesses became the villains of the story? Hard to imagine, but artist Travis Falligant took it upon himself to rework the weak image of these female characters and transformed them into evil beings that are iconic in horror movies. The Little Mermaid Directed by Rob Marshall With Halle Bailey, Jonah Hauer-King, Awkwafina Wow, this is a different take on Disney's famous princesses. Remember that although we are seeing a different side of Ariel as the mythical Scottish monster, we are still waiting for the live-action The Little Mermaid, starring Halle Bailey and coming to theaters in Mexico next year. Ariel as 'The Loch Ness Monster' Travis Falligant/Disney The popular creature originating from the town of Inverness in Scotland is perhaps the biggest legend in history worldwide. It is not known if he really existed, but he is a very important monster within horror in popular culture. Nessie, as he is called, appropriates Ariel , The Little Mermaid. What better for The Loch Ness Monster to do than get along with a fellow sea creature. Cinderella as 'Carrie' Travis Falligant/Disney Stephen King has numerous horror works that have been adapted for the big screen, such as Brian de Palma's classic Carrie, which was released in 1976 starring Sissy Spacek with the gift of telekinesis. Here we can see Cinderella, who fits perfectly in her evening gown in the recreation of the famous prom scene where Carrie White is bathed in pig's blood. Jasmine as Regan from 'The Exorcist' Travis Falligant / Disney No one can erase from their memory Regan's haunting possession scenes in William Friedkin's The Exorcist. Impossible not to be frightened when we see Mrs. Chris McNeil's little daughter tied to the bedposts as she convulses in tears. Princess Jasmine from the animated children's classic Aladdin has been imagined for this peculiar occasion and she fits the bill perfectly. Belle as 'The Wolf Man' Travis Falligant/Disney Universal Pictures monsters like Frankenstein and The Invisible Man remain as iconic today as they were a century ago. The Wolf Man, the most successful horror film of the 1940s in the United States, was directed by George Waggner with Lon Chaney Jr. in the title role. Given Belle's own history in Beauty and the Beast, seeing her become the famous werewolf in the films. Tiana as 'Candyman' Travis Falligant/Disney The Princess and the Frog is a modern princess movie that is loved by many viewers. Tiana , the protagonist, stars as the fearsome Candyman , the film based on the short story "The Forbidden" by British writer Clive Barker. Tiana sports the deadly hook in a grim and sinister setting where we wouldn't want to walk. Elsa and Anna as the twins in 'The Shining' Travis Falligant/Disney Another of the horror novelist's most relevant works is The Shining, which comes to theaters under the direction of one of the best filmmakers, Stanley Kubrick. Apparently King was not at all happy with the film adaptation of his book, but the film became a classic horror movie. Jack Nicholson is unforgettable as Jack Torrance, and one of the most memorable scenes is when Danny meets the twins in the hallway. What would the Frozen sisters look like characterized as the terrifying ghosts of the Overlook Hotel? Take a look. Pocahontas as Jason Voorhees from 'Friday the 13th' Travis Falligant/Disney There are many masked killers, Michael Myers, Ghostface, Leatherface... but there's one who shows up every Friday the 13th hiding behind a field hockey mask and machete. If Pocahontas looked like that and decided to stalk the villagers, it would have been a different story. With a torn costume, a bloody mask and a big gun, the princess would certainly scare John Smith . Aurora as 'Dracula' Travis Falligant/Disney Before being banned by Monsters, Tod Browning hit Hollywood success with Dracula, with Bela Lugosi playing the legendary vampire of Tr

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