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List Of 2005 Family Films

Here at FilmFish we love charming claymation movies, we even have a list centred around them! On that theme we'd love you to check out the brilliant 2005, British family flick - 'Wallace and Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit'.

Johnny Depp Movies

Slightly effeminate pirate captain, alcoholic Gonzo journalist, mentally unstable candy manufacturer: a screenwriter has not yet devised a role so outlandish Johnny Depp can't nail it. Enjoy the whackiest of his creations with this collection of all his starring roles.

Tim Burton Movies

Providing 'Hot-Topic' stores with t-shirt designs since 1988: enjoy Tim Burton's full range of gothic creepshows, directed and produced.

'Movies Like Constantine': Fantasy Served Dark

One of the worst collections you could ever watch with a friend on LSD: these post 2000 flicks delve into the darkest recesses of the human psyche, through fantastic imagery and nightmarish storylines.

'Movies like Coraline': Gothic Kids Animation

Has your child recently started wearing clothes from hot topic in preparation for their mopey teenage years? Why not introduce them to this collection of family-friendly, yet suitiably dark, animated films, featuring the likes of 'Coraline' and 'Paranorman'. Perfect middle-ground!

'Movies Like Hocus Pocus': Horror for the Tots

Halloween night and looking to pop something on for the kids? Or simply an emotionally malformed adult who cannot take much stimulation? Why not pop in one of these family friendly horror flick. Casper, Beetlejuice, and the Addams clan are all waiting to give you some gentle spooks!

'Movies Like Corpse Bride': Kiddy Gothic Films

Your kids are in the mood for something dark but you prefer to leave them emotionally unscarred? Why not check out this collection of 'Kiddy Gothic' flicks, featuring cheeky vampires, frankly camp witches, and ghosts with hearts of gold.

'Movies Like Edward Scissorhands': Depp/Burton Mayhem

One of the world's most famous and successful director/actor partnerships. Enjoy the deliciously bizarre fruits of their collaboration, including 'Alice in Wonderland', 'Corpse Bride' and the fantastic 'Ed Wood'.

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