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Disney Princesses Get A Horror Movie Makeover

Halloween is slowly but surely creeping up on us, and we can’t wait to binge-watch our favorite horror movies. Artist Travis Falligant helped us get into the Halloween spirit by transforming Disney princesses into knife-wielding, demonized horror monsters from famous scary movies.

His artwork was for an article on Break.com. Falligant told MTV News, “The Disney Princess project was the brainchild of…the staff at Break.com for the Halloween season. I was hired to create artwork around their brilliant concept.” Check out some of his spooky work below.

Jasmine as Regan from The Exorcist

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Instead of wishing to be a prince, Aladdin should’ve wished the Devil to be exorcised from his future wife’s body. Work that magic, Genie!

Elsa and Anna as the twins from The Shining

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The cold will be the least of Arendelle’s problems this Halloween. When Elsa says, “Come and play with us,” you better come running.

Mulan as Samara from The Ring

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Her secret weapon to defeating the Huns? It’s not destroying them in an avalanche or lighting them up with fireworks. Nope, it’s making them watch a certain videotape.

Ariel as the Gill-man from Creature of the Black Lagoon

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Seriously, who needs legs when you can just attack humans and steal your own? Look out Ursula, your little henchman eels aren’t going to be a match for Ariel’s monstrous strength.

To see more Disney princesses as horror monsters, head on over to Break.com. If you’d like to keep up with Falligant’s work, you can follow him on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Tumblr and his website.

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