The Nightmare Before Christmas  [DVD]
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While overblown in its popularity, The Nightmare Before Christmas is still a treat to watch, due to its unique story and animation. Though it may not amount to the quantity of two-disc sets, this “Special Edition” certainly matches or succeeds most other DVDs in quality. Walt Disney Pictures logo, since it was made before the company decided to release it under their Touchstone banner. Afterwards, there’s the final “Theatrical Trailer” (1:23), which focuses more on the story of the movie and more indicative of its mood than the teaser. Though not in this section, a James and the Giant Peach Trailer (1:25) is Selected items are only available for delivery via the Royal Mail 48® service and other items are available for delivery using this service for a charge.
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Though originally released as a bare-bones DVD, Nightmare was eventually given much better treatment. It was re-issued in 2000 as a single-disc “Special Edition,” replicating many of the supplements from the movie's lauded laserdisc of yesteryear. The Special Edition, which quietly went out of print in 2006, is the subject of Vincent” (5:50), made in 1982, features the same animation technique as Nightmare, and is very similar in style. Seeking to pay tribute to his favorite actor, Burton gives us a tale about a boy named Vincent who wishes to be Vincent Price . . . narrated through rhyming lyrics by Vincent Price himself! Next, a basic “Storyboard-to-Film Comparison” (3:45) displays rough storyboards alongside the finished film for a segment featuring a Halloween Town meeting. Unlike more recent extras like this, you cannot use the angle button to flip between the two, but it's easy to see the similarities and differences nonetheless.
Extras: DVD 9, Language(s): English, Italian, Spanish, Hard of Hearing Subtitles: English, Subtitles: English, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Interactive Menu, Screen ratio 1:1.66, Dolby Digital 5.1, Behind the Scenes, Bonus Footage, Deleted Scenes, Image Gallery, Storyboard Comparisons, Trailers
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Posters and Trailers has another still gallery, showing 5 poster designs from the original theatrical release. We then get a “Teaser Trailer” (1:40), which emphasizes the breakthrough nature of the movie by highlighting Disney’s past accomplishments in animation and showing some behind-the-scenes footage. Notably, it features the In the end, I still feel Nightmare is pretty overrated. Yet that won’t stop me from recommending it as a very enjoyable and noteworthy movie. UltimateDisney.com's Interview with Don Hahn - The Nightmare Before Christmas in Disney Digital 3-DThe film is presented in its original aspect ratio of 1.66:1, in a non-anamorphic transfer. Though it is disappointing that the image is not enhanced for 16x9 televisions, the not-very-wide aspect ratio makes it easier to bear for those watching the film on a widescreen TV. The quality of the picture is superb, with spot-on display of colors and detail, and nary a print imperfection.
The Nightmare Before Christmas (Special Edition)  [DVD The Nightmare Before Christmas (Special Edition)  [DVD
their appearance here, available exclusively on this DVD. Both showcase aspects that would eventually find themselves in Nightmare later in his career. On August 26, 2008, Disney re-issued Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas in a 3-disc Collector's Edition DVD. This new set boasts a remastered anamorphic widescreen transfer, new bonus features including an audio commentary, a Haunted Mansion Holiday ride-through and featurette, and an animated short from Burton's original poem. It also retains almost everything from this 2000 Special Edition and adds a digital copy. Halloweentown & Halloweentown II: Kalabar's Revenge - Double Feature (1998, 2001) • The Christmas Star (1986)
Since its original release in 1993 as the first full-length stop-motion animated film, The Nightmare Before Christmas has become an enduring cult classic. Not only have animation fans and movie buffs proclaimed the brilliance of the film,