Return to Oz was a horror film made in the 80's, starring a creepy porcelain doll of a girl, and produced by Disney.
Dorothy's grandparents are tired of hearing her talk about Oz, so they take her to a mental hosptial for shock therapy. Dorothy is rescued and taken to Oz, where she meets up with her pet chicken. They discover that the Yellow Brick Road is destroyed, everyone is headless and turned to stone, and sales tax has gone up. Everything has gone wrong, and Oz's fate is left to Dorothy.
Original Frank L Baum books
Return to Oz is actually closer to the original books than the more well-known film, The Wizard of Oz (although the rights were bought to use the film's ruby slippers, since the slippers in the book were silver, but the ruby slippers were more iconic).
In particular, the film is based on The Marvelous Land of Oz, and Ozma of Oz.
It is an unofficial sequel to this film, but don't let the illegitimate tone of that make you think this film is lacking. Were you afraid of the flying monkeys? Of course you were. Unless you're a communist/terrorist/thing Americans fear.
But did that film have dramatic, creepy, affective music? An overall sense of doom? Maybe an assortment of creepy characters? A man with a pumpkin head who calls Dorothy "mom"? Headless villains? A Culture Club cover band on wheels? Fuck flying monkeys. This movie has Dorothy in a mental hospital, where screams can be heard coming from far away. A desert that turns you into sand. A rock that eats people. Did I mention the fabulous dudes on wheels?
Didn't they do a tour with Men Without Hats?
Evil princess of Oz. Collects heads in a hall, and switches them with her own, like fashion accessories. I'd like to spend a day with her at Forever XXI.
This can't not creep out a kid.