What makes this even better is that the video series started in 2014 and only wrapped up this weekend.
While poking around Twitter, I came across this stray tweet from Amnesia: The Dark Descent designer Thomas Grip. (You might know him more recently for SOMA.)
Here I thought I had seen it all, and then suddenly comes an Amnesia version of "Let it go":https://t.co/u687Y4LCAg
— Thomas Grip (@ThomasGrip) February 5, 2016
Amnesia: The Dark Descent, the indie horror classic from…2010?
Frozen, the Disney animated film that’s the bane of every parent since…2013?
Parle Productions has been releasing videos in a series called “Forgotten: A Disney Descent” since August 2014. I’m impressed (and terrified) that they have continued to make them, culminating in a “Let It Go” video loosely adapting the final sequences from the horror game. I’ve never used “loosely” more generally.
This might be my favourite sequence from the whole series, though.
This, of course, references one of the creepier story bits in Amnesia:
Video Credit: MASTEROFPUPPETIER
I’m not sure what to say. There isn’t anything to say, really. Good job, internet?