Both Neil Gaiman works feature a dark, parallel world that was a distorted version of our own. People in the "real" world would be there in the other but playing different roles.
Coraline's other father is wearing Monkeybone slippers.
When the Other Mother is making Coraline an omelette, Jack Skellington's face can be seen in the yolk.
The final battle, as the insectoid Other Mother flails in the pit and grabs Coraline
As Coraline explores the house, the "shower scene" is referenced as she pulls back the shower curtain and stabbing music plays.
Wybie Lovat picks up a slug and calls it "Slugzilla"
several similar elements including the door to another world and the cat that disappears and reappears
A noted surrealist masterpiece in which giraffes do fall from the sky.
also starring Dakota Fanning
In both movies, the name of the young protagonist is mistaken for a more common name, which makes both of them feel isolated and overlooked.
Hewy says the actor who voices Dr. Facilier voices the cat in this movie
Hewy compares the beginning of "9" to "Coraline"
mentions Henry Selick's stop-motion work
Coraline was seen coming out of the wardrobe.
movie is reviewed
Discusses the creative process that went behind the movie.
Subject of a $15,000 question
Announced as Best Animated Feature nominee
Included in a $12,500 question
seen on movie marquee
The black cat that appears when Edward digs up Sparky bares a striking resemblance to the black cat from Coraline.
Critic discusses all the freaky imagery in this movie
Other Mother takes #1
Stop motion animation compared to "Fantastic Mr. Fox," clips show
Reviewed, clips shown
Footage shown as a Runner Up
a clip is shown as Nell Minow says the film had beautiful 3D effects
Clips of mistakes shown
Clips shown when Nominated for a Catagory
Footage shown for the Weekend Peekend
Doraline is a spoof of this movie.