Clip Job: an excerpt every day from the Voice archives. July 25, 1968, Vol. XIII, No. 41 Films by Andrew Sarris "ROSEMARY'S BABY" has been blessed with such extraordinary popularity from the printed page to the silver screen that it seems superfluous if not presumptuous for a critic to reco ... More >>
The combination of feverishly imaginative arrested child Tim Burton and the wry cartoons of Charles Addams are such a perfect fit it's a wonder it took so long for Burton to direct a 3-D stop-action animated movie of The Addams Family (not to be confused with the musical version currently on ... More >>
Missing Man, Ariel View, Keep Your Eyes Open, and more
Tim Burton makes Sweeney Todd his gory, grisly, bloodstained own
Skeleton glee: Burton taps the pop-gothic semi-culture for a merrily macabre puppet folktale
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