- We see two of the guards near the beginning choke to death on shit when they fall in the dung cart.
- The Monkey just looks terrifying.
- Aladdin's conversation with his split personality is legitimately terrifying.
Ja'far: Okay, Jesus Christ, I don't know what's going on here...
- At first, it's somewhat funny seeing Aladdin having a conversation with this sudden split personality. But then Aladdin talks about how he killed his parents and asks where he's been. The reply? In your reflection. Soon, creepy music plays as the two get into the argument, boiling up to Aladdin realizing exactly what happened. The fact that Jeff Blim is incredibly good at acting out both personalities does not help at all.
- Thankfully, Ja'far's reaction lightens up the mood immediately.
- The Bathe Her and Bring Her to Me when the Sultan takes Sherrezade as a concubine is uncomfortably explicit.The Captain: Have her bathed, shaved and sent to the harem.
- It may seem like a blessing that the Sultan's condition means he can't have sex with her in the usual way, but then one wonders what exactly he was so eager to do with her instead.
- The villain song features a bunch of Disney villains gathered around Ja'far repeating "Twiiiiisted" in the same tone of voice cultists would chant "Join usssss".
Nightmare Fuel / Twisted: The Untold Story of a Royal Vizier