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By Amanda Levine Whether she is baking cake balls, dressing up in one-of-a-kind cosplay outfits or being her alter-ego Phyllis Herman, Jenny Rae takes cosplay and baking to higher levels of individuality. Jenny Rae’s view on cosplay is her own, …
The realities of making a movie like Frankenweenie somewhere like Disney.
Bleeding Cool Movie Podcast – Oz The Great And Powerful, Stoker, Twisty Plots, Stop Motion, Sleep Tight And More
Including Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters, Safe Haven, Frankenweenie and more.
More stop motion Sparky.
Bleeding Cool Magazine article by Brendon Connelly. Tim Burton’s Frankenweenie is clearly a very personal film. Made in his new hometown of London, it’s set in a fictionalised, miniaturised, stop-motion version of his native Burbank. Like Burton himself, the lead …
Welcome to Burton’s Frankenworld of little puppet people.
The future of stop motion animation. Okay, “a” future of stop motion animation.
How Frankenweenie got that Tim Burton feeling.
A fish and cat like no other fish and cat.
Warning: includes begging.
This Autumn’s best stop motion horror film for kids. And, you know, it had some pretty stiff competition.
Tim Burton, his cast and producers have some yammering to do, and some clips from Frankenweenie to show in between. Do be warned that this featurette gives away some plot specifics that have been kept pretty much under wraps until …
Mary Shelley might have been moved to call it Frankenweenie; or the Suburban Prometheus.
Patrick Dane writes for Bleeding Cool. While Brendon was in a screening and Hannah was standing around in a field,* I had the pleasure of waking up early and scooting myself over to the BFI’s press release event for the …
This year’s opening night gala for the London Film Festival is to be the European premiere of Frankenweenie, the next film from, as Rich says, that sometime cartoonist Tim Burton.
I’m very proud of this article and I hardly wrote a word of it. It’s almost all Tim, all the time.
Tim Burton recruited Karen O to write and perform a new song for Frankenweenie. The brief was to write ‘an unconventional unconditional love song,’ the better to reflect the bond between a young boy and his deceased, latterly reanimated dog. This …
Plus some vintage ‘classics’ – including Jaws 3D.