Home Entertainment The Frankenweenie trailer is full of heart-warming love for a dead dog

The Frankenweenie trailer is full of heart-warming love for a dead dog

33 second read
2

Tim Burton is going maximum,er, Burtonesque, for his next film, a remake of his cult classic, Frankenweenie. Switching from live-action to stop motion animation once again, the grayed out tale spins a yarn about a talented young boy named Victor who brings his dead dog back to life, in a manner that pays homage to the classic Frankenstein films.

Of course, bringing back a deceased pooch and then imbuing with several enhancements, doesn’t mean that life can ever be normal again, as can be seen in the new trailer that has just been released.

Last Updated: March 2, 2012

2 Comments

  1. Tracy Benson

    March 2, 2012 at 13:31

    A young boy named Victor… wasn’t the character in Corpse Bride named Victor? Tim Burton might be obsess-much with that name. Hey, at least it’s not Johnny Depp again. 

    Reply

  2. James Francis

    March 2, 2012 at 13:53

    Well, something needs to generate new merchandise for puppets, bags and size-too-small shirts. All the girls who adored Nightmare Before Christmas are parents now and Corpse Bride didn’t quite have the same legs…

    Meh, I’m not that excited about Burton any more. He needs to do something wacky again that doesn’t come out his sketch book. 

    Oh, and I have yet to forgive him for Alice In Wonderland.

    Reply

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Check Also

Tim Burton’s Batman gets reimagined as a stunning modern-day video game

What if the 1989 Batman film got a second chance at video game glory? Under a modern lens,…