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Jim Carrey's website: creepy - and cool

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(Read caption) Jim Carrey's new website features the actor's many rubber faces. Here, he subs for Adam in a take-off of Michelangelo's Creation.

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Seen "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind"? "Man in the Moon"? How 'bout the previews for Tim Burton's take on "Alice in Wonderland"?

Jim Carrey starred in two of those three films (and we think he may've made a fine Mad Hatter over Johnny Depp) and knowing that, it's easy to see where his new website gets its inspiration.

The experience at the star's new website – launched close to Halloween, according to Carrey's Twitter account – is nothing short of mind-bending. The Flash-heavy site (it took this visitor close to a minute just to get past the creepy loading animation using corporate broadband) takes visitors on a stirring journey through the actor's memorable roles.

In a site filled with Easter eggs, there are nods to "Ace Ventura: Pet Detective," "The Mask," and "The Cable Guy." "Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events" has prominent placement on the first landing page, and Carrey's take on Dr Seuss's Grinch appears on the side of a topiary-turned toaster. Truly bizarre.

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