What did we just see? A very, very creepy mashup video featuring the famous children’s show, ‘Teletubbies’, has gone viral and it hands down could pass as a scene out of a horror movie. Click to watch the video for yourself!
A man by the name of Christopher Brown has ruined Teletubbies forever. Okay, maybe we’re exaggerating a little, but his lastest mashup video will be the reason we have nightmares for the next week. He decided to take an already eerie song called “Atmosphere” by the band Joy Division and set it with a four minute clip of the Teletubbies show. The outcome? Pure terror.
‘Teletubbies’: Creepy Black & White Music Video Will Haunt You
This Teletubbies music video is NOT for kids.
It all started when a horrifying grainy picture of the Teletubbies was posted on the popular site, 9GAG, and then quickly spread to Twitter. In the snap, the four brightly colored, lovable creatures were turned into a haunting black-and-white photo.
After commenters started comparing the picture to Joy Division’s song, “Atmosphere”, Chris — a Boston-based musician — took the idea and ran with it. He should have kept running to be honest.
He uploaded an old episode of Teletubies and mashed it up with the rock song. What he thought was pure magic, others have found to be a trippy, weird and absolutely horrifying video.
In the creepy video, we see Tinky Winky, Dipsy, Laa-Laa and Po playing on hills in slow motion, as the song “Atmosphere” begins to play in the background. The remaining minutes are just as freaky, but for some reason you can’t help but continue to watch.
Fans Freak Out Over Video
You hear that? That’s the sound of fond childhood memories of watching the Teletubbies being ripped apart and destroyed. Users on Twitter just couldn’t handle the mashup.
“@Cheezburger: Teletubbies in black and white are demons that will haunt your dreams.” Teletubbies in color scare the piss out of me now.
— Anna Rose Adara (@anna_adara) March 27, 2015
— That Marc G. (@0dius) March 27, 2015
— Queen Bitch (@Sawnia_M) March 29, 2015
— Alexander Billet (@AlexanderBillet) March 27, 2015
All I can remember of the #Teletubbies is that they all scared me.
— Jahaziel Jahne (@JahazielJahne) March 30, 2015
HollywoodLifers — will you be able to fall asleep after seeing this Teletubbies video? Let us know your thoughts below!
— Brittany King