This film has no business being in the children’s section of the video store.
Yet, that is where you’ll find this unbelievably PG-rated sequel to The Wizard of Oz. If it’s any indication of the bizzare-ity, Fairuza Balk plays Dorothy, so that should give you a clue right there that we are not in Disney territory (though this IS produced by Disney and has a super Rainbow-Brite looking cover).
In the 1930s(?), Dorothy Gale has amnesia and doesn’t remember OZ. She winds up in a clinic for the mentally insane where a bat-s**t crazy Nurse Ratchett-type subjects her to electroshock therapy. Dorothy gets back to OZ and meets up with some old and new friends and then has to fend for their lives when Nurse Ratchett shows up as the evil witch (complete with a giant hallway lined with glass cabinets, inside which are a lovely selection of heads on display for her to choose to screw on and wear, depending on her mood) who is determined to destroy her.
This movie is so. effing. weird. You HAVE to see it.