Delightful horror comedy that, while has aged a bit, holds up as one of Tim Burton's better movies. Michael Keaton is superb in the title role, disappearing under the make-up & props while stealing every scene with is fast-talking, twisted performance (it will take multiple viewings to catch everything he says). Surprisingly, he's not in the movie that much (he's more of a supporting character) though he owns every second he's one screen. Thankfully, the rest of the cast is fun, with Baldwin & Davis charming as a couple who so love their house they want the new, living residents out (a nice twist on a haunting) while Winona Ryder was about to hit her hot streak with Lydia. Behind the camera, Burton delivers some atmospheric & fun direction, with great visual effects that while aged, still work in giving an 'otherworldly feel' (the depictions of the netherworld are gorgeous). Plus, Danny Elfman delivers his first classic score, so much that many will recognize the main theme before realizing it came from this movie. However, not every joke hits and some subplots are not explored enough to give the film extra heart. Specifically, it's hinted that Adam & Barbara were unable to have children, which would have made they're relationship with Lydia more potent. Overall, still a fun & creepy movie, and worth watching just for Keaton's epic performance alone.