Tuesday, January 25, 2011

The Nightmare Before Christmas - Tim Burton's Original Poem



Thank you to Who's Afraid Of Tim Burton?... I'am for posting a reminder of this.

6 comments:

FreeFox said...

Brilliant! (But this isn't from the film, is it? I remember seeing it on German TV when I was really little, but wasn't it done in plasticine figures or something like that and not drawn, like this?)

Say... is that Christopher Lee reading the poem?

Oh, and I love your intro text. Makes me think of Leonard Cohen... "It’s not a cry you can hear at night / It’s not somebody who has seen the light / It’s a cold and it’s a broken Hallelujah"

Ms Corpse Cafe said...

It's been a while since I've seen the movie, but I'm sure it was animated something like this, but with more detail. I'm guessing this is what Tim Burton made to pitch the movie at the beginning, but don't quote me on that. It's very cool.

Who Is Afraid of Alfred Hitchcock? said...

Hi! Corpse Cafe...
This is my first-time commenting on your blog and I want to...
Thank-you, for the mention and I'am so happy to have reminded you, Of Tim Burton...
...By the way, I have never watched this video...Therefore,
Thank-you, for sharing the video, for following me on my blog, and the mention here on your blog.
DeeDee ;-D

Ms Corpse Cafe said...

Well DeeDee you are most welcome here any time.

Thank you too!

Nice to meet you. I like your blog!

Dark greets,

Camille

Nick the Hat said...

Thanks for posting this, very cool, totally recognize Chris Lee's voice over. Hadn't seen this before.

Ms Corpse Cafe said...

You're welcome and I'm glad. :)