Tim Burton

Just how weird is Tim Burton’s Dumbo remake going to be?

By John Wadsworth

Will the director borrow any of the original’s surreal elements for his forthcoming live-action version?

The 100 best films of the 1990s: 100-76

By Little White Lies

Our ’90s countdown kicks off with movies from Tim Burton, David Lynch and Hayao Miyazaki.

Why Batman Returns is perfect Christmas viewing for 2016

By Chris Evangelista

Tim Burton’s 1992 sequel is a film of utter chaos – what’s more holiday appropriate than that?

How The Nightmare Before Christmas became a festive favourite

By James Luxford

Henry Selick’s directorial debut is a gleefully macabre cinematic marvel.

Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children

By Adam Woodward

Tim Burton’s latest is an enchanting YA fairy tale that sadly outstays its welcome.

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Is Edward Scissorhands Tim Burton’s last truly great movie?

By David Jenkins

The master of the macabre hit his creative peak with this singular suburban fairy tale from 1990.

How Tim Burton found his weird roots in Hansel and Gretel

By Alex Chambers

Many of the director’s trademarks can be seen in his 1982 adaptation of the classic Grimms’ fairy tale.

Alice Through the Looking Glass

By Anton Bitel

There’s charm, humour and no shortage of strangeness in this radical rewriting of Lewis Carroll’s classic tale.

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Would you eat at any of these movie themed restaurants?

By Henry Heffer

A new Star Wars dinner has inspired us branch out into the lucrative world of novelty food joints.

Take a peek inside Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children

By Little White Lies

Eva Green stars as the title character in Tim Burton’s long-awaited adaptation of the Ransom Riggs’ novel.

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