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Classic Film - Batman (1989)


Directed by Tim Burton, U.S., 1989

I recently revisited 1989′s “Batman,” the film that arguably changed how Hollywood makes movies.  Sure the Spielberg and Lucas films earlier in the decade and in the late 1970′s started the idea of the summer blockbuster, and there had already been several Christopher Reeve Superman films, but Batman seemed to make Hollywood understand that summer + taking an established property seriously = $$$$$$$. 586 more words


Top 10 Vampires #4 Barnabas Collins

Tim Burton’s Dark Shadows had plenty of critics.  I skipped that party.  In fact, I love this movie.  It probably helps that I was fresh from watching as much of the old soap opera as I could stand in the months before the film was released.   577 more words


Lana Del Rey and Tim Burton's: "Big Eyes"

With her third successful studio album “Ultraviolence“, the follow up to her debut album “Born to Die” you would think Lana Del Rey would take some time off writing and recording music this year. 203 more words

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Written Wednesday, September 12, 2012
Vincent (1982) by Tim Burton

I resisted the urge to watch Vincent for the two days leading up to the class just so that I could experience it on a large screen with the thoughts and feelings of an audience surrounding me, rather than in the confined space of my home with a tiny screen and laptop speakers. 945 more words


Lana Del Rey records two tracks for new Tim Burton film

According to the NME, Lana Del Rey will contribute two new songs to be featured in the soundtrack of Tim Burton’s upcoming film, Big Eyes… 96 more words


'Big Eyes' True Story So Crazy Filmmakers Had To Tone It Down: The Contenders

Director Tim Burton and producer/screenwriters Scott Alexander and Larry Karaszewski are admittedly drawn to telling tales of characters working on the fringe of society, and particularly about oddball artists of one stripe or another. 311 more words