All Posts Tagged 'Tim Burton'

Beetlejuice Makeup Tutorial

by |March 30, 2018

Beetlejuice Makeup Tutorial

Beetlejuice. Beetlejuice! BEETLEJUICE! Just say the name three times and he will appear, ready to scare you and gross you out as well. Tim Burton's 1988 classic starring Michael Keaton as the ghost with the most himself, Beetlejuice sure burned an image into many minds. Those who were older at the time probably got a good laugh from all the ridiculous sight gags featured in the movie while kids were probably terrified out of their minds. Over the past 30 years, Beetlejuice has had quite a cult following and remained popular enough to warrant a sequel as well as a musical adaptation.

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8 Tim Burton Adult Coloring Book Pages [Printables]

by |May 31, 2016
Categories: Movies, Printables

8 Tim Burton Adult Coloring Book Pages

Tim Burton has a directing style that is instantly recognizable. Dark colors, quirky details, and gothic imagery are all motifs found in Burton's movies, and they're all a big part of why so many people are big fans. That's why we thought creating some free adult coloring book pages based on scenes from his films would be such a perfect idea! Yes, most of the scenes are creepy and dreary, but there are definitely plenty of colorful moments in the movies, like the bright green of the trees in Nightmare Before Christmas, the teal and turquoise hues of Cheshire Cat in his version of Alice in Wonderland, and the glowing red flames of the pet store in Pee-wee's Big Adventure. But, even so, better sharpen up those gray crayons, because with characters like Jack Skellington, Beetlejuice, Batman, Edward Scissorhands, and the entire cast of Ed Wood, you'll need 'em!

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Frankenweenie: A Tim Burton Film

by |October 3, 2012

When I was a kid would often be in the video store on some Friday night and frequently walked up and down the aisles looking for something to rent. This always seemed like a much more serious matter than it was, but the selection, whatever it may be, could make or break the night. So, this one night, as my mom was tapping her wristwatch at the end of the row, I quickly scanned around me and grabbed the first thing that stood out. This was a VHS cover of a black and white terrier with bolts...

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