Remember when Tim Burton used to make good movies? Well, a devoted fan opened a museum last year dedicated to one of Burton’s earliest works, and no, we’re not talking about Pee-Wee’s Big Adventure (even though that’s not a bad idea). In the middle of New York City, one can find Bruce Christensen’s Beetlejuice Museum. Crammed into a Hell’s Kitchen Apartment, the museum is a well-organized shrine to the 1988 cult movie starring Michael Keaton and Geena Davis. Christensen, who gives guided tours of the museum in full Beetlejuice garb, has a 75-piece collection consisting of everything from plastic toys to Beetlejuice themed wine coolers. There are also Burger King plastic figures, a beach towel, a jigsaw puzzle, a full copy of the movie script, bobblehead dolls and collectible cards. Unfortunately, there is not a performance art piece of this scene from the movie taking place in the corner of the apartment. There should be. Follow him on twitter but remember…don’t say his name three times.