We were shown the first 2/3 of Pixar's Inside Out, here's why we can't wait to see the rest.
With the acquisition of the rights to new Star Wars films by Disney, we'll be missing out on that classic 20th Century Fox fanfare opening for the new films.
Disney opens in vault today to release 101 Dalmatians on blu-ray for the first time. Find out what our resident disc man Phil Brown thinks of the transfer and specs in his review.
A look at the two latest Studio Ghibli films that Disney has brought to blu ray: Porco Rosso and Tales From Earthsea.
We take a look at all the nominees for Best Live Action and Best Animated Shorts at the Oscars, which you can catch this week at the TIFF Bell Lightbox.
Assassin's Creed Unity is a video game hidden beneath a pile of intrusive microtransactions.
In the same week Disney scores big with Big Hero 6, Pixar announces yet another sequel in the works. Is this cause for worry or is Pixar's second golden era upon us?
Sleeping Beauty (Clyde Geronimi, 1959) – Sleeping Beauty slipped out of the magic kingdom animation in the midst of a strange period for Disney. The company had started spreading its resources into television and live action feature production, while much of uncle Walt’s attention was focused on launching a certain theme park that would go […]
After a generation of Gears of War and Halo, Microsoft is finally starting to diversify with the Xbox One.
Commemorating the Steam debut of David O'Reilly's Mountain with a list of gaming's greatest summits.
In honor of Shark Week, here are five of the deadliest sharks in gaming.
A perfect bit of classic Disney magic, Frozen is the best feature produced directly by the Mouse House since Tarzan.
We catch up with actor Josh Gad to talk about his scene stealing voice work in Disney's Frozen as Olaf the Snowman, playing a character that’s only pure, unbridled joy, getting a chance to sing a song penned by some of his former Book of Mormon collaborators, and the happiness he gets from watching Olaf’s connection to children in the audience (including his own).
Despite a problematic narrative that never quite comes together on a thematic level, there's no denying that Randy Moore's shot at Disney on the sly Escape from Tomorrow is any less of a marvelous technical achievement.
We talk with filmmaker Randy Moore - the man by the heavily buzzed about and entire shot at Disney World without anyone knowing about it psychodrama Escape from Tomorrow - about how the production stayed secret with so many people working on it, how he kept his cast and crew happy under stressful situations, what his films have in common with the work of Woody Allen, how talk of the film’s legality skews public perception of the final product, and the weird things that happened at Disney that weren’t a part of the film at all.