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Tag Archives: Tim Burton
This is going to be an exciting year for Disney films. For October I’m looking forward to Tim Burton’s Frankenweenie. Burton is revisiting the short film he made in 1984 and expanding it to feature length. I’m liking this new … Continue reading
Disney’s billion dollar box office hit and Tim Burton’s epic fantasy adventure, Alice in Wonderland, comes out today on DVD and Blu-Ray disc in either a 3-Disc Blu-ray Combo Pack (Blu-ray + DVD + Digital Copy), 1-Disc Blu-ray, or 1-Disc … Continue reading
Going to see Alice in Wonderland this week? Then bone up on your Tim Burton with a great career recap from FlickeringMyth.com. The first three parts of the four part story are now live. Part one, two, and three.
Down with the bloody Red Queen! Tim Burton’s take on Alice in Wonderland (opening in theatres today) is one of the best live-action releases from Walt Disney Pictures in years. This dark, grown-up ‘Alice’, a hybrid sequel/retelling of the stories by … Continue reading