Halloween is my favorite holiday of all time and I absolutely adore the month of October so I thought I’d compile a list of 31 movies, one for each day of the month, that I love watching around this time of year and I think y’all would too!
Why Literally all TNBC fans DESPISE this damn theory
I kid you not, this theory annoys me so much whenever I see this floating around. It’s one of the most biggest
Burton theories out there, and it just doesn’t die off. I keep seeing
it again and again and I keep hearing people agreeing with it even though
there’s little to no proof provided when this photo is shared.
Don’t get me wrong, I LOVE TNBC theories and ideas, but this one’s
proof/support is only based on “what ifs?” and not actual, concrete
evidence. There is very little to none that can be found in The
Nightmare Before Christmas especially. There’s a follow-up rumor that
Tim Burton himself denied/debunked this theory, but I have yet to see
any sources.(If you guys have it, please show me!)
The first issue that comes with this theory would be the dates of the
movies. As they’re provided in this image, The Nightmare Before
Christmas came first(1993), Corpse Bride came second(2005), and
Frankenweenie came last(2012). The reason these dates matter is because
the original material often does not source its future references. TNBC
was made before Corpse Bride(and I’d say some of CB’s elements come from
TNBC), so it obviously isn’t going to refer to that movie nor
Frankenweenie. It was made first, and there was absolutely no intention
to make references to CB or FW because those two films didn’t exist yet.
Therefore, any “proof” that comes from The Nightmare Before Christmas
referring to CB and FW are pulled from thin air because they’re more than likely inspirations and not intentions.