The Nightmare Before Christmas is one of the handful of Halloweenish movies that is still appropriate for the Christmas season, which is one of the many reasons we love it. But if you need more reasons to love the movie than what's on film, Buzzfeed has some amazing facts about the making of the film that show just how much effort went into the stop motion masterpiece. For example, the characters had to be moved 24 times for each second of footage and that meant one minute of footage took an entire week to film -adding up to a total of three years for the film to be completed.
Oh, and Jack Skelington had over 400 heads to ensure he could express any emotion he might have and sync his mouth movements up with his words at the same time. Even if you don't love the movie, the article might very well give you a new appreciation for it.