This week is all about the legend TIM FREAKING BURTON. If you have been following my blog for a while you will most likely know that I love this man. He is a bloody GOD in the movie franchise.
Vincent is the shortest film that Tim Burton has done, it is about a little boy called Vincent and how he wishes he was Vincent Price. Check out the full review here.
4: Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter
Abraham Lincoln. 16th President of the USA. Led the Union into the Civil War. Assassinated by John Wilkes Booth and Killed vampires. Okay, okay. He never killed vampires but in this amazing film that came out in 2012 he did. Using nothing but an axe (remember this guy quoted “Give me six hours to chop down a tree and I will spend the first four sharpening the axe.”)
Beetlejuice, Beetlejuice, Beetlejuice. Did it work?
Beetlejuice is about a couple who passed away, and how they are trying to get rid of the people who moved in to their home. It’s kind of like The Others but they know they’re Ghosts! (I have two tattoos dedicated to this film)
2: Edward Scissorhands
Most of you have heard of this film, a hell of a lot of you have seen this film, some of you may have even seen the play. Edward Scissorhands is a guy who has scissors instead of fingers as the guy who made him died before he finished making him. We follow Edwards life for about a month or so and how the worlds deals with him.
1: Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street
Numero Uno has got to be Sweeney Todd. No question asked. If you don’t know about this film you don’t read my website enough. Read this. I won’t go into the full story as I have done this before, I’ll just brush on the story line.
The best barber of all time (Todd) was shipped out-of-town by this complete cun1 because he wanted to go out with Todd’s wife. The wife then went on to kill herself so the cun1 then decided to hold Todd’s daughter hostage until she was of age to be wed.
Todd comes back to town and does whatever it takes to get revenge for his wife dying and for his life being ruined. Boom. Best Burton film EVER.