This 'Toy Story' & 'Annabelle' Mashup Will Haunt Your Dreams — VIDEO

Almost every doll I’ve ever come across has given me the heebie-jeebies. Maybe that’s because of the slow motion dream I once had about my porcelain doll pulling my hair, or possibly due to the fact that Goosebumps’ Slappy was definitely going to come after me one day. Basically, the only doll I have ever actually liked in my life was the rootinest tootinest cowboy in the wild, wild west, Woody, from my favorite Pixar movie. And yet somehow even he is going to haunt my dreams now that one man created the scariest Toy Story and Annabelle mashup with Woody that I’ve ever seen.

The video involves various scenes from Toy Story that, once completely normal and sweet in context, are terrifying when they’re randomly put together with the dialogue and music from Annabelle ’s movie trailer. I actually have chills — in a bad way — watching it, and Woody is one of my favorite Disney characters. So, of course, this simply proves that anything — even my favorite childhood films — can be turned into horror movies with the right scary music and video editing. Basically, try your best not to have night terrors tonight when you think about how creepy your favorite childhood films could have been.

Monsters, Inc.

I’m not going to lie. I was one of those kids who was scared of the monster under the bed. Of course, Monsters, Inc. changed all of that for me as an adult, but with all of the Scare Floor scenes, this Pixar movie easily could’ve kept children hiding under their covers. If Disney did a mashup of Randall running through a dark room and The Human Centipede? Yeah, see ya later.

The Little Mermaid

This original Hans Christian Anderson fairytale actually goes like this: Little Mermaid gains legs but is cursed with the feeling of walking on sharp knives, she loses the prince in the end, and she turns into sea foam. Sad, I know. Thankfully, that’s not how Walt Disney imagined the film, but even then there are so many scenes to make a good scary movie from The Little Mermaid. Never mind the shark chasing Ariel and that part when she swims through all those merpeople turned seaweed. The scene when Ursula becomes gigantic and demonic looking at the end? #nope

Sleeping Beauty

Between the famous scene where Aurora is, for some reason, mesmerized by an extremely haunted looking staircase to a room holding the cursed needle, to Maleficent turning into a dragon, there’s a lot to go on here. Also, when Aurora wakes up, the expression on her face is actually pretty creepy.

Fantasia

This movie is already trippy and scary on its own to be honest. Yet if you took out Mickey Mouse and all the classical music, replacing it with the extremely freaky radio music that begins playing when John Cusack finds himself trapped in Room 1408, you’d have a horror movie hit for the box office.

Pinocchio

Really though, am I the only one who was a tad bit scared by Pinocchio? I guess I’m also afraid of puppets, so you definitely won’t catch me sitting in a room with one. Pinocchio’s Revenge pretty much has this one covered, but I can’t even imagine how horrifying it would be if Pinocchio decided to curse Geppetto in an alternate version.

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