Alice in Terrorland

Alice, a wisp of a girl with haunted eyes, arrives at Blackwood Manor – a sprawling Victorian house that swallows the sunlight. Sent to live with her eccentric aunt Eleanor after a tragic fire, Alice seeks solace in a dusty old book titled “Tales of Wonderland.” One stormy night, engrossed in the fantastical creatures, a hidden passage reveals itself behind the fireplace. Curiosity outweighs fear, and Alice tumbles through, landing in a distorted reflection of the book’s Wonderland.

The once whimsical characters are grotesque parodies. The Cheshire Cat, a monstrous feline with a razor-toothed grin, stalks the twisted landscape. A skeletal Mad Hatter presides over a nightmarish tea party, his eyes hollow and unblinking. The Queen of Hearts, a decaying figure draped in tattered finery, shrieks of punishment for the slightest transgression.

Alice, armed with nothing but a rusty pocket watch (a gift from her late parents) and her wits, must navigate this terrifying Wonderland. She soon discovers the truth – Blackwood Manor and its dark history are bleeding into the fantastical world, fueled by her own grief and the secrets the house holds. To escape, Alice must not only confront the twisted creatures but also face the painful memories locked away within herself.

Alice in Terrorland