Mrs. Doubtfire Reimagined As A Horror Movie; Or The Power Of Movie Trailers

“An unemployed actor undergoes a drastic transformation in a twisted attempt to regain the trust of his estranged family.” I believe that the majority of people who have watched Mrs. Doubtfire — a 1993 comedy-drama film directed by Chris Columbus (The Goonies, Gremlins) and starring Robin Williams as the titular protagonist, the performance of which saw Williams earn the Golden Globe for Best Actor — would agree that it, undoubtedly, is not a horror film.

However, thanks to Peter Javidpour, a game developer and interactive director, you can now witness Robin Williams in his most terrifying, most unmerciful role, apart from maybe the lonely, obsessive stalker in One Hour Photo or the disturbed, psychotic killer in Insomnia.

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