The story of Peter Pan began as a play by J.M. Barrie. The most recent incarnation of it is Pan, a movie to be released on October 9. But probably most of us, when hear of Peter Pan, think of the 1953 Disney movie of the same name. It's a lighthearted and innocent story that was a cherished part of your childhood. You'd share it with children today, right?
Maybe you shouldn't. Screen Junkies's long-running honest trailers series explains why Peter Pan is really, really disturbing.
Revisit the animated classic that you will make you say, "This is way creepier than I remembered." Peter Pan. Prepare for a film about an immortal trickster who spies on you through your bedroom window, sprinkles you with dust that makes you feel like you're flying, then kidnaps you to a war-torn island where full-grown adults force orphans to join their ranks or die. It's like a magical Sudan.
-via Geek Tyrant