Just premiered at Comic Con, this new "homage" trailer for Tim Burton's Frankenweenie goes retro, featuring some campy '50s-style voiceover and--in an apparent secondary homage, to stop-motion body horror--a scene in which a girl's cute cat grotesquely mutates, erupting with long, fleshy legs and a sparsely-haired, fly-like epidermis. After what seemed to be an inevitable decline into sanitized Disney pap, suddenly Burton is giving John Carpenter a run for his money?
I guess that's what those ominous cat turds were forecasting.
To hear that Tim Burton has done a stop-motion remade of his 1984 black-and-white short about a boy's dog brought back to life through Frankenstein-esque methods, you probably already get a pretty decent mental image of what that is probably going to look like. Here's the film'... / Continue →
As Tim Burton sets about adapting Frankenweenie, his 1984 short about a reanimated dog, into a feature length stop-motion film, the director has apparently decided to look deeper into his roster than his domestic partner and John Depp this time. According to Deadline, Burton ha... / Continue →
Dancing birds. A dog's hindquarters uninterrupted by the puckered flesh of biological necessity. Have an unnecessarily loud, prolonged look at both these things with the first teaser for Blue Sky Studios' Rio 2.... / Continue →