Sunday, 26 December 2010

SANTI CLAWS

I can't really decide weather this is a Halloween- or Christmas film. I usually watch it during the Christmas Holidays though; Tim Burton's A Nightmare Before Christmas:

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17 comments:

Maja said...

it's a christmas movie! oh I love Jack he's the hottets bones in town! and the last picture with the moon and them kissing oh...

sacramento said...

Love Tim Burton anytime!!!.
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Minna said...

It's a before Christmas movie, of course. Hihih~ Great movie but It's a Wonderful Life is still the movie to watch every Christmas

Saaga said...

Definitely a Christmas movie! I have watched it every Christmas for the past ten years or so and it has become a Christmas tradition.

Stephanie Lynn said...

Personally, I think it's a good anytime movie! It's not one I *have* to see at Christmas, but it's one of my hubby's favorite flicks.

Mrs Munster said...

Agreeing with Stephanies - goes with any time of the year. It's just a classic, which I (surprisingly) didn't see (well, actually watched, I didhave opportunities) until I was in my twenties. But then again, that's when I really appreciated it.

CaramelLatteKiss said...

It's both. Totally acceptable to watch at either time of year. Fantastic film.

cakesandshakes said...

Tim Burton rocks - Happy Xmas, eat too much, sleep too much, drink too much, and enjoy your family xxx

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bunny said...

Love this film, and definitely it is a Christmas one!!!!

I also adore Jack's voice in italian!

B.

melina bee said...

I also never figured out if this is an xmas movie or hween. So I just watch it both times of year

Miss Emmi said...

It's a great movie whatever time of year you watch it, but I traditionally watch it in the lead up to christmas.

Anneliese said...

It's more of a Christmas film, but I watch it both Halloween and Christmas.

ina said...

Christmas definitely.
Tiger Army made, btw, a version of the Oogie Boogie song a couple of years ago - made me happy :)

peachy said...

I think it's both... the title actually makes a lot of sense since Halloween is a month before Christmas so technically, it's supposed to be a night mare before Christmas...

Kate said...

If you can ever make it Disneyland in October, they redo the Haunted Mansion in the style of this film. It's great!

VildesVerden said...

Love it!

Gunvor Rasmussen said...

Ooooh:) I've been reading you blog a some time now, figured I'd leave a comment finally:) love your style:D Tim Burton was the one who inspired me to go for a career as an illustrator, so I have watched it many tims over the years, and before we knew it, it was a tradition:)Do you guys in Finland watch this http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q9_63Pah01s&feature=related in Christmas as well? Czech Cinderella:)