Artist Turns Disney Princesses Into Horror Movie Villains And It Will Probably Ruin Your Childhood

by Hailey

If you're a fan of horror and Disney but feel like the two don't really go together, you can think again. You've probably seen many 'Disney Princesses Re-imagined As.." drawings by now, but I reckon this series by artist Travis Falligant is my favorite by far: Disney Princesses As Iconic Horror Movie Villains.

You'll either be impressed or internally complain about your childhood being ruined, but either way you can't deny that these illustrations are well thought and drawn out. It's definitely interesting to see the contrasting themes of horrifying illustration concepts and the well-know and friendly-looking Disney art style. Prepare yourselves for Disney terror!

1. Jasmine in The Exorcist (1973)

1. Jasmine in The Exorcist (1973)
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2. Cinderella as Carrie (Carrie, 1976)

2. Cinderella as Carrie (Carrie, 1976)
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3. Merida as Chucky (Child's Play, 1988)

3. Merida as Chucky (Child's Play, 1988)
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4. Elsa and Anna as the twins (The Shining, 1980)

Creepy.

4. Elsa and Anna as the twins (The Shining, 1980)
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5. Mulan in The Ring (2002)

5. Mulan in The Ring (2002)
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6. Aurora as Dracula (Dracula, 1992)

This one's my personal favorite.

6. Aurora as Dracula (Dracula, 1992)
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7. Belle as The Wolfman (The Wolf Man, 1941)

Who's the beast now?

7. Belle as The Wolfman (The Wolf Man, 1941)
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8. Ariel as The Creature From the Black Lagoon (1954)

8. Ariel as The Creature From the Black Lagoon (1954)
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9. Tiana as Candyman (1992)

9. Tiana as Candyman (1992)
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10. Pocahontas as Jason Voorhees (1980)

Watch your back, John.

10. Pocahontas as Jason Voorhees (1980)
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11. Snow White as Freddy Krueger (A Nightmare on Elm Street, 1984)

11. Snow White as Freddy Krueger (A Nightmare on Elm Street, 1984)
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