Jessica Ellis
March 05, 2016 9:30 am
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We’re still not sure how to feel about face-swapping, an Internet novelty that allows you to switch the face of one person in a photo with another. It was inevitable that Disney would get involved eventually, and we are now re-envisioning the Mouse House’s classics with some bizarre, horrifying, and sometimes emotion-changing twists thanks to these insane photos. Here are some new film summaries for our favorite Disney movies based on these freaky face-swaps.

The Little Mermaid

A vain, popular mermaid tortures an innocent and friendly sea-witch who just wants to try out for the All-Ocean Singing competition.

Mulan

Misfit villain Shan-Yu finds sympathy for the Chinese village he’s meant to invade when a doll reminds him of his true self. Complications ensue when he begins to believe that the doll is his true love.

The Lion King

A privileged and conniving lion cub plots the demise of his kindhearted uncle to prevent any competition for his throne.

The Emperor’s New Groove

A man-faced llama and a llama-faced man team up as unstoppable allies, irritated about absolutely everything. Can they form a true friendship in time to save both the empire and the domestic animal kingdom?

The Princess and the Frog

A wealthy New Orleans girl who can’t attract a husband because of her frog-like looks seeks out the prettiest frog in the nearby swamp for beauty tips. Both are stunned to discover they’re fraternal twins, separated at birth/spawning.

Beauty and the Beast

Oh man. Okay. In a re-telling of Cyrano De Bergerac, a country girl tries to win the love of the Beast, the only creature in the kingdom more terrifying to look at than herself.

Hercules

NOOOOOO! WE CANNOT TAKE ANY MORE OF THIS.

What do you think guys, is face-swapping Disney characters a fun new way to procrastinate online, or the spawn of an unspeakable demon? Discuss.

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