Friday Videos Like Creepy Scary

This video creeps me out because I LOVE this movie – but this re-edit is CREEPY like whoa.

Have a very Mary halloween!

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  1. 1
    Babs says:

    OK—that’s creepy. And it is one of my daughter’s favorite movies so I’ll have to watch it again soon…in a whole new light.

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    OutlandishSam says:

    Brilliant. I may just be too much of a musical addict, but this is fan-freakin-tastic.

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    LEW says:

    I just had a conversation with someone at work this morning about how I thought Mary Poppins was a bitch when I was a kid.  This really firms my belief.

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    Jennifer Armintrout says:

    This is a classic.  Not in a halloween vein, but I’m pretty sure this is by the same guy who did the “Brokeback to The Future” trailer.

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    Kat says:

    If that had been the ads for that movie, I never would have seen is when I was young and certainly wouldn’t have played it for my children either!

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    MelB says:

    Too cool! I love this and will definitely be directing some friends here to watch it.

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    Sarah W says:

    Whoa. 

    The mary POppins books are far more mystical, and just a tad darker, than the movie.  Not quite this dark, though.

    You know, it wouldn’t take much to creepify the original Willy Wonka movie (with Gene Wilder) . . . That movie scared the behooey out of me—-i didn’t make it past the blueberry incident until I was in high school.

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    abigail-madison chase says:

    cool

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    Lizabeth S. Tucker says:

    somebody actually HAS done the original Willy Wonka movie as a horror film.  Not anywhere as good as this one or even as Brokeback to the Future, but still watchable.  I also liked the redone trailer for The Shining as a happy, family film.

    Home76 Yep, I’m home and it is about 76 degrees.

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    Elemental says:

    Oh, you had to bring up the original Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, didn’t you? I’m one of a generation of children who were traumatised by that scene in the tunnel.

    A lot of “classic” children’s stuff has quite a dark edge when you take a serious look at it, which might be why they’re classics in the first place.

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    Lizabeth S. Tucker says:

    Anyone who has read the Roald Dahl books will know that they are anything but children’s books, being very dark indeed.  I love them!

  12. 12
    Cakes says:

    I will never sleep again.

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    Bibliophile says:

    Love it! I always knew Mary Poppins had a dark side.

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    P.N. Elrod says:

    The scariest thing about that movie was Dick Van Dyke’s attempt at a Cockney accent.

    I still wake up screaming.

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    DS says:

    I was taken to see Mary Poppins when I was a child and I think this was my first big disappointment because movie characters were so different from the books.  I didn’t get to see it all because it put my dad to sleep.  He started snoring so we left.  I immediately reread all of my Mary Poppins books to get the Disney taste out of my mouth.

    I’d love to see this trailer but it seems to have wiped out.

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    DS says:

    Oops got it to work.  Don’t know what was wrong the first time.  But this is great.

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    J says:

    There are a slew of these on youtube – scary mary, one about The Shining, one about Jaws (intimating a romantic relationship between shark and fisherman), a ROFLMAO one about the 10 Commandments and one that you just have to see – Glen and Gary and Glen and Ross…!!!

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    sweetsiouxsie says:

    I still love that movie! My sister saw it 17 times. She loved it too. My favorite sayings:
    “You know best.”
    “Well begun is half done.”
    I enjoyed the scary trailer!! ;)

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