I didn't notice a definitive ruling on the Andersen film, so I'm assuming it's OK. If not, just make the necessary adjustment to my total.
10. Beyond Tomorrow (1940, A. Edward Sutherland) - 6.5/10
11. Corridor of Mirrors (1948, Terence Young) - 8.5/10
12. Child's Play (1954, Margaret Thomson) - 6/10
13. Into the West (1992, Mike Newell) - 7.5 or 8/10
14. Coyote Waits (2003, Jan Egleson) - 5 or 5.5/10
15. Jack et la mécanique du coeur (2013, Stéphane Berla, Mathias Malzieu) - 8/10 (English-language dub; for shame @Sky Movies!
Young's 'Corridor of Mirrors', while not tagged as fantasy on IMDb, is very much a high fantasy in the Cocteau mould; a fantasy existing alongside and within the outwardly visible manifestations of existence. Labyrinthine, hypnotic, unsettling, it stands as a unique and memorable piece of post-War British film-making.
The fantastical forms more of a backdrop in 'Coyote Waits', a Native American motif there in minds and consciousness. The presence of the shaman as a figure and the allusions to the coyote as a figure waiting to pounce give it this air of the mystical, the traditional, the folkloric. It is primarily a crime thriller though and a middling one at that, I thought.
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