Raped. Disemboweled. Nearly decapitated. Dumped on the outskirts of a nature reserve, dead - or so they thought. She needed a hero that night, so that's what she became. This is Alison's tale. A tale of monsters, miracles and hope.
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Alison (Kendahl Light) is an overburdened and depressed teenage girl living a monotonous suburban existence. After several emotional shocks she winds up in Wonderland, a frightening and grotesque fantastical realm where insanity reigns supreme inhabited by the likes of the Mad Hatter (Jacob Schwartz), an utterly depraved psychopath with a twisted sense of humor and ruled by the Red Queen (Holly Schaff) a vicious lady monarch with an affinity for decapitations. Will she succumb to the madness or will she learn something valuable about herself?Written by
By the time Carrozza was ready to add music to Alison, he did not have much money left over for it. As a result, he could only afford to hire a composer (Dave Klotz) to do about 10 minutes of original music, which was reserved for more distinctive character-based music. The rest of the more incidental music was royalty free music composed by Kevin MacLeod. Carrozza has compared the film's soundtrack to George A. Romero's mix of Goblin and stock library music in the US cut of Dawn of the Dead (1978), one of Carrozza's favorite movies. See more »