A new black-and-white horror film "Escape From Tomorrow" was secretly filmed at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Fla., and Disneyland in Anaheim, Calif.
The film, which was a surprise success at the Sundance Film Festival, released its trailer last week (video below).
The movie is about a family's trip to Disneyland, which turns into "paranoid visions, bizarre encounters, and an obsessive pursuit of a pair of sexy teenage Parisians," according to first-time film director Randy Moore.
In one shocking scene, a character vomits and defecates. Not surprisingly, the filmmaker did not have the permission of the Walt Disney Company and even edited the flick in South Korea to keep it a secret, noted Mother Jones.
The film is supposed to be released in October, but it's very possible that Disney may take legal action to block it. When Moore was asked if he was concerned about Disney's potential legal response, he said "Yes."
"Constantly in the back of my head there are legal things, like, 'What could happen if I say this or that?'" said Moore.
However, Disney hasn't sued yet and did not sue the producers of "Exit Through the Gift Shop," a 2010 documentary that also included unauthorized filming at Disneyland.
Source: Mother Jones