Nightmare Before Christmas in 3D

Themed Attractions has a great look at Nightmare Before Christmas and it’s many facets in the theatres and in the theme parks.

For the last two years I have attended Halloween time screenings of Tim
Burtonโ€™s Nightmare Before Christmas at the El Capitan Theater in
Hollywood. This film plays a very special part of my life because it is
one of the Disney (Touchstone) films that my wife and I treasure
together. I got to see it at a special screening on the Disney Studio
Lot many years ago. Our sons can recite the entire thing almost word
for word, and our 9 year old Zach does a pretty good imitation of most
of the Halloween Town inhabitants. We have assorted Nightmare treasures
scattered about our house. Jack Skelington stickers on our cars. Did I
mention we dig the movie?

Now it’s coming out in 3D in theatres. What’s next? Nightmare Before Christmas the Broadway Musical? Hey, if they can make Avenue Q work, why not Jack Skellington?

6 thoughts on “Nightmare Before Christmas in 3D”

  1. Nightmare Before Christmas in 3D

    I don’t get the movie Nightmare Before Christmas but all three of my kids like it (ages 18,13 7). The truth is that my 7 year old is watching it at this very second. So, with the 3D version coming

  2. I want to find a list of character names, hopefully with a photograph of the characters in The Nightmare Before Christmas. Unfortunately, we do not own Tim Burton’s TNBC on either VHS or DVD.
    My 5th Grade daughter purchased a The Nightmare Before Christmas Disney hat, and my wife and I cannot tell her which character is portrayed.
    The appearance of the character on the hat is all Black and White, except for a red band above the teeth, which probably represents the gums. The teeth fit around the crown of my daughter’s head, and there is a small body which hangs down the back of my daughter’s neck.
    The character’s costume has a small cape, and on the cape is embroidered the words: Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas.
    I went to both and Wikipedia, but neither web-site has illustrations of the characters in the movie. Thank you, James

  3. Dear James,

    The character you are explaining sounds like a doll that is given to one of this children in Christmas town, by the people of hallowe’en town. It has a large head, looks almost vampire-like. I hope this helps you.

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