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artisanal film reviews | by maryann johanson

Escape from Tomorrow trailer: the horror-est place on Earth

Filmmaker Randy Moore shot this secretly at Disneyland in Los Angeles and Disney World in Florida without Disney’s knowledge or permission. I like it already.

I’m guessing Moore also did not spend $200 million on it.


US/Canada release date: Oct 11 2013 (VOD same day)
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  • amanohyo

    Is this the surreal nightmare I’ve been longing for for all these years? I am cautiously giddy with anticipation.

  • Jess Haskins

    I had heard something about a black and white movie clandestinely filmed at Disney World, but beyond that I didn’t know what to expect. I thought it was going to be some kind of gritty family drama about the kids’ disappointment with cheap fantasy or something. I must see this.

  • Jess Haskins

    Something like this, maybe. A nightmarish hellscape where you can’t get dinner after 7:30: http://consumerist.com/2013/09/16/petition-claims-disneyland-paris-is-a-sad-wasteland-full-of-broken-rides-reheated-food/

  • singlestick

    Looks interesting, although I am surprised that the Disney lawyers did not fall all over these people like a ton of bricks.

  • Dr. Rocketscience

    Oh, that’s Disneyland Paris. I’d heard that it isn’t great, but I kind of assume that’s some sort of ironic French thing.

  • Disney has been surprisingly low-key about this film. I’ve been following it for a while, it’s been interesting to watch the story develop. The film’s wikipedia page has some fascinating information about how it was done, if you’re interested.

  • RogerBW

    All that this trailer really says, though, is “horror story” — “shot in Disney spaces” — “black and white”. Is the script interesting, or does the location get to carry the narrative load? Can’t say…

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