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FRANKENWEENIE [PREVIEW]

Tim Burton returns to the short film he made in 1984, with feature length claymation fable, Frankenweenie. It’s family friendly Frankenstein, as a science genius boy resurrects his dog after it gets tragically killed. There is the fight between science … Continue reading

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DARK SHADOWS (OR EVERY BURTON FILM EVER) [REVIEW]

Tim Burton always brings the same cake to the party. Sure, they’re delicious, and yes, they are beautifully presented but if you scrape off the icing and ignore the different plates they’re presented on, underneath it all is just flour, … Continue reading

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THE MELANCHOLY DEATH OF OYSTER BOY & OTHER STORIES [REVIEW]

If Tim Burton were given the opportunity to redesign the world, I imagine it would look a lot more animated. Trees would be spindlier, darkness more sinister, colours more garish and in bubble-gum shades; ghoulish topiary figures would prance, bend … Continue reading

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