With no catchy tunes, lovable characters, or endearing plot, the movie HAPPILY EVER AFTER is a dull, dark Filmation sequel to the Disney classic SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS. In the film, the evil Lord Malice tries to avenge the death of his sister, the evil Queen, which occurred in the classic. Changing into a satanic dragon, Lord Malice attacks Snow White and Prince Charming, while they are planning to live happily ever after. Malice takes the Prince hostage. Snow White escapes to the home of the seven dwarfs which is now inhabited by their cousins, the seven female dwarfels. The dim-witted dwarfels help Mother Nature control the forces of nature. They take Snow White to a hyperactive Mother Nature for her aid in rescuing the Prince. After hearing Snow White’s plea, Mother Nature sends the dwarfels off to rescue the Prince. Helped by Shadow Man, Snow White and the dwarfels triumph over Malice.
The sprites and other demons in this film come straight from pagan mythology, as does the nature worship which emphasizes the female wicca in opposition to the male usurper–concepts abhorrent to God (Deuteronomy 18:10). Children need to taught discernment to distinguish between these pantheistic pagan myths and the Truth of Jesus Christ. This discernment will help your children refute the arcane nominalism of pagan gurus of the New Age like Joseph Campbell.