In Tim Burton’s animated horror-comedy “Frankenweenie,” opening on October 5, the story of “Frankenstein’s Monster” has been transplanted to elementary school. This time around, Victor is a little boy and his mad experiment aims to resurrect his dearly departed dog Sparky. But with the upcoming science fair kicking into high gear, it gives Victor’s competitive classmates the license to create a zoo of demented monster animals.
This isn’t the first time… Continue reading Tim Burton, 'Frankenweenie' Director, On Pee-wee Herman, Boris Karloff And Halloween Plans
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With a title like that, I’m sure to get a lot of hate for even suggesting such a notion.
But here’s the thing: I loved Tim Burton. He was my absolute favorite director until around 2001. The worlds he created held my attention in a deeper way than other filmmaker’s. The oddball and macabre design, along with the melancholy atmosphere, were unlike anything I had seen in movies. It was as… Continue reading Was Tim Burton Ever A Good Director? (OPINION)
Twenty-seven years ago, Tim Burton directed his first full-length feature film, “Pee-wee’s Big Adventure.” Since then, he’s navigated the streets of Gotham, climbed down the rabbit hole with Alice and traveled to the depths of Sleepy Hollow, all in the hopes of developing a unique filmmaking style and vision (one that was good enough to get him his own exhibit at the Museum of Modern Art).
On Friday, the director’s creativity… Continue reading Tim Burton Movies: A Style Retrospective (PHOTOS)
If the first images of Johnny Depp as Barnabas Collins in “Dark Shadows” had you worried that it was going to be another one of Depp’s “weird,” post-Jack Sparrow paycheck roles, then watch the new trailer for the film immediately. Showing a spark that he hasn’t had since, arguably, the first “Pirates of the Caribbean” film, Depp brings just the right bit of eccentricity to Tim Burton’s adaptation of the… Continue reading 'Dark Shadows' Trailer: Johnny Depp, Tim Burton Team For Best '70s-Set Vampire Comedy Of The Year?