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Watch the Promo Trailer for Marilyn Manson’s ‘Phantasmagoria’

Originally announced back in 2004 and entering pre-production through 2005 was Marilyn Manson’s Phantasmagoria: The Visions Of Lewis Carroll, which was being pre-sold by Wild Bunch at various markets across the world. Back in 2006 a promo trailer was shot to help sell the film and is just now seeing the light of day! Check it out below. According to our tipster ‘Necroskinless’, Manson has recently talked about returning to the project he abandoned four years ago. Lily Cole was originally cast as Alice, alongside Tilda Swinton and Evan Rachel Wood. Here was the plot crunch: Victorian England. A haunted writer in an isolated castle is tormented by sleepless nights and visions of a girl named Alice. He finds himself becoming a symptom of his own invention. “Now all my nightmares know my name.” He is Lewis Carroll. Terrified of what waits for him each night. Check out the promo below.
According to, “This teaser also features real-life twin sisters engaging in questionable acts and burlesque superstar Dita Von Teese in artistic, full-nude. The figure in the medical mask is artist Gottfried Helnwein and the bird-face masked character and white gloved Lewis Carroll impresario, is Marilyn Manson.

Voiceover and audio, copyright Marilyn Manson. We contributed; script-writing, post-production, visual fx, camera work, graphic design, set design, etc.

Produced in 2005, re-worked in 2006.




    i think that this is absolutely preposterous. me and my best friend have been waiting for this movie since 2005. people need to just calm down and let the lord do his bidding. if Marilyn Manson wants to make a movie of his own expression how could it be any different than James Cameron, or Steven speildburg, or m. night shyamalan? his expression might not be for the feint of heart, but people should expect that when they see ‘Marilyn Manson’. right? if they know what he is about then why take the time to see it just so you can raise a ‘backlash’. its your own fault who ever you are, that you were offended by what you saw. you should have seen it coming.if im not mistaken there are quotes online stating ” “This teaser also features real-life twin sisters engaging in questionable acts and burlesque superstar Dita Von Teese in artistic, full-nude. ” you shouldn’t have ruined it for the rest of us. Marilyn Manson, you are an artistic genius and you should continue in your work. people like me have that faith in you.

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