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Yahoo Movies gets the first clip from Pixar’s next short, LAVA. It looks pretty cool to me…
The first image of Inside Out‘s main character Riley has been released via Disney Movies Anywhere. The video starts with Monster University easter eggs and then segue-ways into a few minutes on Inside Out hosted by director Pete Docter and producer Jonas … Continue reading
Film: Watching Toy Story of Terror! is still a lot of fun. There’s a great mix of humor, suspense and surprises in a tight 22 minute package. While the TV special segments are built around commercial breaks, it still works great on … Continue reading
Ratatouille is the latest Pixar film to receive a 3D conversion. The (already classic) Brad Bird film was recently released on 3D Blu-ray in the UK and France (UK image above). Unfortunately, this is Region locked and not playable on U.S. … Continue reading
We learned a lot more about Pixar’s next project, Toy Story That Time Forgot at the recent San Diego Comic-Con. The TV special will debut on ABC this December 2, 2014. The SDCC panel was moderated by composer Michael Giacchino who … Continue reading
While many folks think physical media is dead, I continue to buy blu-rays. The picture and sound quality are still unmatched and the bevy of extra features (when done right) dazzle me. I also like the fact that I … Continue reading