In Edward Scissor Hands, Burton uses a wide variation of music.
In the mansion, scary and troubling non-diegetic music is playing. There are also low angle shots while he cuts all of the housewives hair. Even though the factory seemed like an exuberant center, there was still a profound void inside the hearts of Wonka, the obnoxious children, and non-proficient parents, not including Charlie and his grandfather.
The way Tim Burton uses the techniques of setting, point of view, and motifs throughout his movies, gives his works a certain similar feeling or mysterious mood. In the inception of the film, darker and paler shades of colors are emphasized in the scenery. In one of his most popular movies, Edward Scissorhands, he reveals his true potential as a filmmaker and a modern allegorical poet.
This is a technique that plays a major role in setting Burton apart from your average director.