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Review: Batman Returns

It’s nearly four years since I took an in-depth look at all the bastards and badassery of 1989 mega-hit Batman. Beyond making household names out of Michael Keaton and Tim Burton, it demonstrated that darker, edgier, sexier super-hero flicks could hang with the square-jawed, frothy wholesomeness of… 4,537 more words


A Very Off Season Tim Burton Ft. Johnny Depp Marathon

Two summers ago I was back at home in Vancouver after my first year of university, I got rehired by my high school boss at Dominos, and I was overwhelmed by how quickly I was reverting into what I thought was a version of my life that had long been transcended.  749 more words

Batman Returns (1992)

One of the original Catwoman costumes, worn by Michelle Pfeiffer in Tim Burton’s 1992 sequel “Batman Returns” can be found at the Batman exhibit as part of the Warner Bros. 7 more words


Some Thoughts on Rabbit Holes and Filling Them by Daniel Hale

My opinions on the adaptation or reimagining of established classical or fairy stories has changed pretty significantly in the past few years. In my play writing class, I was told to write a play based on the story of Hansel and Gretel, which at the time I found frustrating. 1,755 more words

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Ghoulia (1) Book Review

Thanks to NetGalley for letting me read it.

Ghoulia is an enchanting and sweet children’s book by¬†Barbara Cantini. It’s about little Ghoulia who lives in a mansion with her Aunt and her dog, Tragedy and all she’s want to do is a make a friend. 140 more words


Beauty in The Beetle House NY

The Beetle House NY was an absolute blast. It’s one of two Tim Burton themed restaurants (the other is in Los Angeles) that’s about a 7-minute walk from Union Square. 189 more words

Edward Scissorhands

Miss Peregrine's Home For Peculiar Children Review


If Tim Burton can be known to deliver one thing in his films, it’s his unique, gothic style, seen everywhere from his take on Batman to creepy stop motion skeletons dancing around at Christmas! 854 more words

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