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The 50% Club: Alice in Wonderland

Another film that I grew up with, and one that hasn’t aged well since release, Alice in Wonderland is often pointed to as being void of originality with a shiny, Hot Topic surface. 538 more words


REVIEW: Sleepy Hollow (1999)

Constable Ichabod Crane (Johnny Depp) is dispatched upstate to the village of Sleepy Hollow. Several villagers have been decapitated – their heads stolen – and while Crane searches for the killer, the locals suspect a supernatural cause: the Headless Horseman is riding again. 524 more words


Madmen who run unattended: A critical review of three endless runner games

Wait a second, wasn’t this year going to be all about video games? Well, we’re slightly less than halfway through. There’s still time, and time is of the essence in this review. 1,018 more words


2018: A Batshit Odyssey - #2. Batman (1989)

What might be considered the first major cinematic outing for the caped crusader finds Michael Keaton behind the mask, and Tim Burton at the helm, both of whom had worked together the previous year on Beetlejuice. 1,990 more words


Film Analyses: Charlie And The Chocolate Factory

Film Summary

The movie Charlie and The Chocolate Factory was prodced by the American Film director Tim Burton, and the story begins by introducing Charlie, a young poor boy who lives with his parents and four grandparents in a small house. 810 more words

Low Angle and Edward

Edward Scissorhand is a romantic fantasy movie directed by Tim Burton.

What happened?

The film tells a story about a man named Edward, whose hands were replaced by scissors. 498 more words



A Brief Synopsis…

The Corpse Bride is a famous Tim burton film, showcasing in 2005. It takes place in a fantasy victorian village, where two young lovers are arranged to wed. 803 more words