Nightmare Fuel: It can be pretty unsettling. Especially the cape that turns people into stone.
- There was also the image of the dead queen's face appearing in the mirror, which makes for a pretty effective Jump Scare if you don't see it coming. The Mirror, who conjured up the image in the first place, hangs a lampshade on the creepiness.
Looking Glass: Ah, I scared myself!
- The first time Maliss turns into a dragon. Every other time he does it falls squarely into Nightmare Retardant territory, but that first time, with the close up of his eyes glowing yellow and his face stretching into a muzzle...it's unnerving, to say the least.
- The fact that in the literal second before he transforms his face gets as close to the camera as possible while he has a creepy smile and looks directly at the viewer makes it even worse.
- Maliss disguising as the Prince, the way he acts comes across as very unnerving.