Aug 09 2011

Pixar’s Rodrigo Blaas Will Creep You Out with Alma

Published by at 2:00 pm under Movies,Oddly Enough,Videos

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=58iXypYPNrw&feature=player_embedded

Rodrigo Blaas is the definition of a family friendly animator, having worked on a host of Pixar projects from Wall-E to Up to Ratatouille to The Incredibles. But all that sweetness and light must get to you over time, and as such he decided to make a film of his own, going much, much darker than traditional Pixar fiction.

It’s called Alma, and it’s a five minute short that you can see above. A young boy discovers a mysterious store that serves as a bit of a Venus flytrap to unsuspecting children. It’s decidedly unnerving, and I’d love to see a whole film based around it.

Blaas is currently working on another new project, La Luna, but I don’t think it’s going to be quite as dark as this was.





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3 responses so far

  • trashcanman

    Clearly Pixar wants your childrens’ souls and Blaas is warning us. Why else would he use that lame (and in this case inappropriate) Pixar music in a horror story?

  • http://www.ieehee.com apartment in shanghai

    Clearly Pixar wants your childrens’ souls and Blaas is warning us. Why else would he use that lame (and in this case inappropriate) Pixar music in a horror story?

  • Rich

    As many times as I’ve seen this, I thought Alma was a girl.

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