Otherworldliness In Tim Burton's Films

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When most people think of Tim Burton, the first thing that comes to mind is something of creepiness, or with a grim undertone to it. This is a widespread perception when taking into consideration the sense of wicked otherworldliness built up in his films. Many different stylistic characteristics contribute to this feeling through the use of different cinematic techniques.
One common idea throughout Burton’s films is the misfit. The main personality is always considered strange and different from most people in some way. For example, in Alice in Wonderland, Alice believes that she is “mad”. She certainly is off in her own world; she’d rather follow a rabbit than attend a ball for her own marriage proposal. This is shown with a long shot of

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