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Published on Jun 9, 2010

There are a lot of things in this video that I either love or hate. I'm happy with most of it, but to be honest I don't think I could ever to justice to a song as epic as this and there are so many glitches and lots of things I think I should have or shouldn't have done to it. Oh, well.

STORY: Oh, come on! If you know the story of Frollo and Esmeralda, you know the story of this video. There's a lot of symbolism in this video, though, much like there is in the scene itself; the cross and choir chorus representing Frollo's faith and the fire representing his lust for Esmeralda. I've used those as well--and I guess the religious images in the movie fit well--but I also used the three brides as symbolism too by showing them as representations to him becoming a monster through his temptation that's slowly driving him mad, which I think is what happens to Frollo in the story. That and I really liked the idea of the brides mocking him and begging him to give in to his desires.

MUSIC: Hellfire sung by Tony Jay (RIP) from Disney's Hunchback of Notre Dame. Good Grimm, is this song ever chilling!

FANDOMS: Bram Stoker's Dracula and Snow White: A Tale of Terror

This is the third time I have used Dracula as Frollo and the second I've used Lilli as Esmeralda...could this be saying something? Yeah. Gary Oldman should play the next Frollo.


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