Don't know what you want for Christmas? Now you do: This limited edition box set from director Tim Burton and composer Danny Elfman.

In celebration of 25 years of their pleasantly macabre collaboration, Warner Bros. Records is releasing a box set of 13 original Elfman film scores.

Get your order in now: There will only be 1000 numbered editions of the Danny Elfman & Tim Burton 25th Anniversary Music Box made, and it'll come in a collectible container: a tin-covered music box topped by a working zoetrope.

Included in the set are all the scores Elfman created for Burton's films, from 1985's 'Pee-Wee's Big Adventure' to this year's 'Alice in Wonderland,' as well as more obscure works, such as 'Alfred Hitchcock Presents: The Jar, ' 'Beetlejuice: The Animated Series,' and (ooh!) Elfman's unused score to the 'Edward Scissorhands Ballet.'

But wait, besides the 19 hours of music, you also get a 250-plus page fine linen-wrapped hardbound book, an extended discussion between Elfman and Burton on DVD, an exclusively designed Skeleton Key USB flash drive and liner notes.

Keep an eye out for it this December, or pre-order it now for $499 over at the official website. Check out a trailer for the music box set right after the jump.

Looking for something a little less pricey? Read on for some other box sets featuring Burton and Elfman (and a few extras).

categories Movies, Cinematical