We talked to Dumbo producer Derek Frey about his long collaboration with the iconoclastic director Tim Burton, Frey’s own rise within Burton's company, and the challenges of avoiding repeating oneself.
That Shelf catches up with Dumbo's Production Designer Rick Heinrichs to discuss his work on Tim Burton's latest movie.
There are so many great Blu-ray releases this week that we’re going to switch it up and talk about the top six titles in stores TODAY – June 4th – and we’ll talk about the rest of the month next week!
The live action Dumbo remake will win over families and Disney die hards, but what will Tim Burton fans think of this elephant tale?
While Alice Through The Looking Glass is that rare sequel that's actually better than the original, that doesn't necessarily make it good.
To celebrate TIFF's upcoming Magic Motion: The Art of Stop-Motion Animation film retrospective we've assembled a list of some of the most important, impressive and interesting moments in the history of stop-motion animation.
Batman doesn't kill, but the debate over Rocksteady's Arkham Knight is a reminder that saying something doesn't necessarily make it true.
Surprisingly the most emotionally and thematically rich film of the holiday season, Big Eyes is Tim Burton's best work since Ed Wood.
Before Gotham, Oswald Cobblepot was a gimmick-stealing villain in Sega's movie adaptation.
Anchored by a week long run of a restoration of The Godfather Part II, the TIFF Bell Lightbox takes a look at some of history's greatest sequels with their latest film series.
Check out the trailer for upcoming doc The Death of Superman Lives: What Happened? where Jon Schnepp delves into the 1998 Superman film that almost was...
Since mainstream new releases seem to have us singing the blues, here are a few neat classical and nostalgic options, with Cineplex continuing their annual Great Digital Film Festival and the TIFF Bell Lightbox showcasing the works of Paul Verhoeven and the unsung, pioneering African American filmmaker Oscar Micheaux.
As we dig out from piles of new releases from before and after the holiday season, we take looks at the home video releases for Looper, Frankenweenie, Cosmopolis, Dredd, Pitch Perfect, Compliance, The Words, Hit and Run, and season one of Anger Management
This week Andrew Parker and Phil Brown take a look at the DVD/Blu-ray releases of Steven Soderbergh's male stripper saga Magic Mike, Paranormal Activity creator Oren Peli's Chernobyl Diaries, and Timur Bekmambetov's inexplicably awesome Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter.
Frankenweenie might be Tim Burton's best film since Edward Scissorhands and his most assuredly made since Big Fish. It's an absolute winner and a really seasonal treat from a director out to give his audience exactly what they want and expect from him.