Phantasmagoria: The Visions of Lewis Carroll is a psychological horror film written and directed by Marilyn Manson. Anthony Silva and Geoff Cox assisted with the production, which was primarily handled by Wild Bunch. The film had an estimated budget of $4,200,000, and would have been Manson’s first high-profile directorial effort. Lily Cole portrayed the lead female role for the film, opposite Manson – Tilda Swinton, Evan Rachel Wood and Angelina Jolie were rumored to be among the cast as well. Phantasmagoria was announced at the Berlin International Film Festival in February 2006, and after several delays, the film was shelved as a result of poor reception to a leaked trailer. The film’s title is taken from Phantasmagoria and Other Poems, a famous collection of Lewis Carroll poems published in 1869.