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
Carrozza decided to retool the project into a feature film after its failure as a short in 2008. He changed the title to Alison in Wonderland and rewrote the script into something he was much happier with. He felt the previous film to be too much of a retread of Little Red Riding Hood (2009) and he made the film into more of a dramedy with socio-political elements. That being said, the influence of Little Red Riding Hood is heavily apparent in the finished product from the similarities between the Mad Hatter and the Wolf and the use of the same location for the Wolf's house as the Hatter's house, the reappearance of villain actor David Luce and Alison and the Red Queen's climactic sword fight. Alison is also a strong female character who is put through some frightening challenges, similar to Red Riding Hood. Carrozza had wanted Red's actress Charli Henley to play the Red Queen in fact but she has since moved on from acting. See more »