Rewind·Posted on Jun 8, 201815 Reasons We Still Love "Labyrinth" Today"You have no power over me!"by Jamie JirakBuzzFeed ContributorFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. Jim Henson John Gooch / Via Getty Images You truly cannot go wrong with any film directed by Jim Henson. He will only ever leave you with a wonderful, magical feeling. 2. Jennifer Connelly TriStar Pictures / Via filmbuffonline.com Long before she was winning Oscars and living life as Mrs. Paul Bettany, Jennifer was proving her acting chops at only 16. Her portrayal of Sarah carries the whole dang movie. (Drink every time she says "It's not fair!") 3. David Bowie TriStar Pictures / Via top10films.co.uk Bowie nailed it as Jareth, the Goblin King. He was scary and cool and beyond sexy. I dare you to name another singing, dancing, smirking, tight-pants-wearing villain! 4. The costumes TriStar Pictures / Via davonnajuroe.com, TriStar Pictures / Via fangirlsarewe.com The pictures say it all. 5. The music Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF TriStar Pictures / Via youtube.com All of the songs were written and performed by David Bowie, which means they're absolutely perfect. It all feels so genuinely '80s. 6. Hoggle TriStar Pictures / Via labyrinthfilm.com He's such a complex character! And in retrospect, Sarah accidentally calling him "Hogwart" is pretty hilarious. Fun fact: he was played by a woman, Shari Weiser, and voiced by Jim Henson's son, Brian. 7. Practical effects TriStar Pictures / Via technobuffalo.com Labyrinth could never be made today. With the exception of Sarah and Jareth, every single character would be CGI and the magic would be gone. The time and effort put into this film by Jim Henson & Co. is unlike anything you'd ever see now. 8. The creepy factor TriStar Pictures / Via tumblr.com Whether it scarred you for life or helped you embrace the darker side of family cinema, Labyrinth's terrifying aspects make it unique. 9. Ludo TriStar Pictures / Via mariemessina.blogspot.com HE WAS JUST SO DANG CUTE! 10. Terry Jones Samir Hussein / Via Getty Images The Monty Python alum wrote the screenplay for the film, which makes perfect sense when you think about the quirky, humorous subtleties that are sprinkled throughout. 11. The Worm TriStar Pictures / Via tinydotteapot.blogspot.com He's only in the movie for a couple minutes, but he is iconic. Raise your hand if you rocked an "I said 'ello!" t-shirt from Hot Topic at some point in your life. 12. Sir Didymus TriStar Pictures / Via instamorph.com He was so silly and brave! He's the puppy every kid dreamed of. 13. The sets TriStar Pictures / Via intotheabyss.net This movie is so darn beautiful! We are still in awe of the art direction 32 years later. 14. The lessons Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF TriStar Pictures / Via youtube.com Despite its occasional creepiness, Labyrinth was still a kid's movies, which means it's chalk full of life lessons. Unsurprisingly, some are pretty dark. A few examples: "Life isn't fair." "Be careful what you wish for." "Looks can be deceiving." 15. The bulge TriStar Pictures / Via risefeed.com Did Jareth awaken you sexually? Tell us in the comments!