100 Word Review – Labyrinth (1986)

Naturally, everything David Bowie does is alright by me, and this is no exception.

Sarah (Jennifer Connolly) wishes away her baby brother to the Goblin King Jareth (David Bowie), and realising her mistake attempts to win him back.

Directed by Jim Henson best known for the Muppets, this psychedelic jaunt into the world of the Goblin King is full of weird and wonderful puppets, mysterious mazes and illogical mind-teasers. It fits perfectly in to the slightly-too-creepy children’s film genre that the 1980s are so well known for.

And incase you wanted a little taste, here’s a song for you:

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