(1) Mere words could never capture the phantasmagoria of our dreamscape.(2) These paintings harbour a menagerie of folk-monsters, a phantasmagoria of apparitions that might be beatific angels or might be ghoulish extraterrestrials.(3) what happened next was a phantasmagoria of horror and mystery(4) NBC producer David Michaels and director John Gonzalez put a phantasmagoria of images up on screen in the more than an hour-and-a-half of the telecast.(5) Someone had set up a strobe light in the back, so the dancing figures were in silhouette, and their movements appeared to consist of a series of slides; like the images from a phantasmagoria .(6) He creates a bad-dream atmosphere, a phantasmagoria of boredom, futile journeys, wasted lives and endless, incantatory meetings.(7) It possessed a phantasmagoric nightmarish atmosphere, as you might have anticipated from a ballet inspired by Goya's gritty, bitter 18th century etchings Los Caprichos.(8) Its contents were by turns phantasmagorical , hyperreal, surreal, and saturnalian.(9) The company is the dance equivalent of Salvador Dali, creating weird phantasmagorical worlds.(10) Increasingly his memories collide with phantasmagorical Circles of Hell and apocalyptic visions.(11) These scenes of retrieval of the past are presented as Jones's dreams or hallucinations, half-light phantasmagoric visions.(12) They released a string of brilliantly weird hits with phantasmagorical Tim Pope videos and amassed huge success in America.(13) The works are beguilingly small, and in clean acrylic colours on canvas, have a phantasmagorical kaleidoscopic effect, which is dizzying in its intensity.(14) Yet the realist vision shifts to the phantasmagoric , as spectator and spectacle undergo carnivalesque reversals and interpenetration, in their darkest and most violent manifestations.(15) Once Banks arrives in Shanghai, however, the story enters a more phantasmagoric world, and nightmarish and unreal events seem to occur.(16) It's an unreal, phantasmagoric place, Ford's America: an unashamedly sublime, romantic, sinister spectacle.