Although it didn’t take off at the box office, Tim Burton’s Frankenweenie generated strong reviews, and for many fans it was a great return to form for the director.
In a time when everything is being CGI’d to death, I’m glad to see that stop motion animation has finally made a big comeback.
While Frankenweenie didn’t make my list of the top 5 movies of 2012, it was still an excellent film, and certainly one of the best stop-motion projects ever done.
If summer is time for blockbusters and making tons of money, the fall and winter are when the studios compete for Oscar gold.
Frankenweenie is exactly what we needed it to be.
As odd as Tim Burton's Frankenweenie looks, it clearly has the makings of a hit. Yes, it’s in black and white, which many would consider outdated by today’s standards.
Most of the reviews for Tim Burton’s Frankenweenie were quite positive.
With Frankenweenie, Tim Burton has clearly come full circle.
Disney recently released a teaser clip f0r its upcoming monster movie parody, Frankenweenie.
As someone who grew up loving animation and stop-motion animation, I personally think it's great to see the medium coming back in modern times with new technology.
Summer may be coming to a close in a few weeks, but genre fans won’t be disappointed by Hollywood’s Fall lineup.
Disney has released a series of high-detail, non-production images from its upcoming monster movie parody, Frankenweenie.
As fans of Tim Burton know, Frankenweenie was the short film he made in 1984 that got him some attention as a filmmaker.
Disney has released the first full-length trailer for Frankenweenie.
Walt Disney Pictures has released the first trailer for its upcoming stop-motion family film, Frankenweenie, the most recent project of famous macabre-light director Tim Burton.
With Tim Burton's Dark Shadows coming to theaters on May 11, there's more pictures from the film out there on the 'Net, especially images of Johnny Depp dressed as the vampire Barnabas Collins.