The infernal European psychedelia of the Felix The Cat movie.
How exactly a commercially motivated franchise reboot turned to becoming a dream logic borderline Heavy Metal reminiscent Hungarian science fiction film laden with Prog Rock album cover monster fodder and people being mutilated by minimalist geometric supercomputers is beyond me. Think it’s safe to say that most children in the 80s weren’t discussing the art of Moebius while listening to Emerson, Lake & Palmer’s Brain Salad Surgery. If it weren’t for internet-era meme media critique, this film would’ve lasted as an unsuspecting (albeit somewhat misguided, could’ve done without the grotesquely 1980s musical numbers) head trip flick. Whoever was set to direct it clearly had some personal history with films like Fantastic Planet.