Table of content    
  1. Halloween (1978) Looks Much More Vibrant In Pixar Style
  2. A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984): Is It Just Me Or Freddie Kruger Looks Much Cuter Now?
  3. Saw (2004): The Pixar Style Doesn’t Make The Doll Looks Any Less Creepy
  4. Scream (1996): At Least They Got The Mask Right
  5. IT (2017): I Don’t Know What’s Scarier - Pennywise Or The Disfigured Humans On The Street
  6. Alien vs Predator (2004) An All-Time Sci-Fi Classic, Remade Into A Cartoon
  7. Jaws (1975): Be Careful, You’ll Get Pulverized By The Cutest Shark There Is
  8. Leatherface (1974): The House’s Face Just Creeps Me Out
  9. The Exorcist (1973): And Adventure Full Of Spirits, Cute Girls, And Mike Wazowski
  10. Friday the 13th (1980): Did You Notice Buzz Lightyear In The Background?
  11. Evil Dead (1981): Just Look At Those Big Red Eyes On The Sky
  12. Bride Of Chucky (1998): Chucky and Tiffany Are Looking Cute Together
  13. Silence Of The Lambs (1991): When You Take The Title Too Seriously
  14. Resident Evil (2002): Again, Buzz Lightyear In The Background
  15. Human Centipede (2009): For The Sake Of Your Own Sanity, Don’t Look This Movie Up
  16. Hellraiser (1987): The AI Just Inserts A Bunch Of Disney Characters In The Poster, Thinking We Wouldn’t Notice
  17. Jeepers Creepers (2001): The Theme Song Of This Film Still Haunts Me Until This Day
  18. Creature Of The Black Lagoon (1954): I Wouldn’t Mind Getting Chased By Such An Adorable Creature
  19. Alien (1979): The Cutest Version Of The Alien I’ve Ever Seen
  20. Predator (1987): Meanwhile, The Predator Looks Quite Ferocious Even In Pxiar Form
  21. Poltergeist (1982): The Freeling Family Will Have A Hard Time Dealing With This Ghost
  22. American Psycho (2000): Patrick Bateman, Surrounded With His Disney Accomplices
  23. The Shining (1980): One Of The Most Iconic Scenes, Recreated In Pixar Style
  24. Cujo (1983): You Can Never See Your Canine Pet The Same Way Ever Again
  25. Psycho (1960): From This Poster, Who’d Ever Think This Comes From A Horror Movie?

Thanks To AI, These 25 Iconic Horror Movies Are Reimagined Into Cute Pixar Cartoons

Horror movies are not for everyone. they can be haunting, gruesome, bone-chilling, and leave you sleepless for days. But today, let’s step into the delightful realm of imagination, to see how our favorite horror movies whimsically transform into the charming universe of Pixar cartoons.
Picture the spine-chilling narratives of horror classics like "The Shining," "Psycho," and "The Exorcist" taking an unexpected detour into the realm of cuddly characters, vibrant colors, and heartwarming storytelling. Unimaginable, right? 
But thanks to the magic of artificial intelligence, Facebook user Krishna Roy has successfully proven that even the spookiest of tales can find a place in the heartwarming world of Pixar cartoons. Let’s check them out below.
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#1. Halloween (1978) Looks Much More Vibrant In Pixar Style

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#2. A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984): Is It Just Me Or Freddie Kruger Looks Much Cuter Now?

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#3. Saw (2004): The Pixar Style Doesn’t Make The Doll Looks Any Less Creepy

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#4. Scream (1996): At Least They Got The Mask Right

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#5. IT (2017): I Don’t Know What’s Scarier - Pennywise Or The Disfigured Humans On The Street

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#6. Alien vs Predator (2004) An All-Time Sci-Fi Classic, Remade Into A Cartoon

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#7. Jaws (1975): Be Careful, You’ll Get Pulverized By The Cutest Shark There Is

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#8. Leatherface (1974): The House’s Face Just Creeps Me Out

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#9. The Exorcist (1973): And Adventure Full Of Spirits, Cute Girls, And Mike Wazowski

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#10. Friday the 13th (1980): Did You Notice Buzz Lightyear In The Background?

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#11. Evil Dead (1981): Just Look At Those Big Red Eyes On The Sky

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#12. Bride Of Chucky (1998): Chucky and Tiffany Are Looking Cute Together

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#13. Silence Of The Lambs (1991): When You Take The Title Too Seriously

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#14. Resident Evil (2002): Again, Buzz Lightyear In The Background

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#15. Human Centipede (2009): For The Sake Of Your Own Sanity, Don’t Look This Movie Up

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#16. Hellraiser (1987): The AI Just Inserts A Bunch Of Disney Characters In The Poster, Thinking We Wouldn’t Notice

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#17. Jeepers Creepers (2001): The Theme Song Of This Film Still Haunts Me Until This Day

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#18. Creature Of The Black Lagoon (1954): I Wouldn’t Mind Getting Chased By Such An Adorable Creature

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#19. Alien (1979): The Cutest Version Of The Alien I’ve Ever Seen

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#20. Predator (1987): Meanwhile, The Predator Looks Quite Ferocious Even In Pxiar Form

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#21. Poltergeist (1982): The Freeling Family Will Have A Hard Time Dealing With This Ghost

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#22. American Psycho (2000): Patrick Bateman, Surrounded With His Disney Accomplices

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#23. The Shining (1980): One Of The Most Iconic Scenes, Recreated In Pixar Style

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#24. Cujo (1983): You Can Never See Your Canine Pet The Same Way Ever Again

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#25. Psycho (1960): From This Poster, Who’d Ever Think This Comes From A Horror Movie?

Which horror movie above do you think can be made into a Pixar title? Tell us more in the comments.
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