Disney Blu-rays, Pacific Rim, Mad Max, Rocky, 2DS Pokemon Bundle

There's a great selection of Disney blu-rays at affordable prices today, including the greatest film ever made, Disney's Robin Hood. These are some of the more underrated classics, and this is a perfect excuse to fill in your collection with them. » 4/14/14 11:45am Monday 11:45am

Frozen Merch Is Sold Out Everywhere and Parents Are Losing Their Shit

It has become impossible to get any official merchandise from Disney's animated megahit Frozen—toys and clothing are sold out everywhere, even after a recent, large-scale restocking effort. Enterprising individuals are charging up to $1,000 for Frozen items on eBay, which has driven parents completely insane.… » 4/09/14 1:55pm 4/09/14 1:55pm

Which Fantasy Was Too Heavily Sanitized For Mainstream Audiences?

Mention "Disneyfication" and everybody knows what you're talking about. But the phenomenon of sanding all the rough edges off fantasy stories goes way further than cartoons, into every area of pop culture. What's the most horrible case where a fantasy lost all its darkness or complexity, to make it more popular? » 4/08/14 2:17pm 4/08/14 2:17pm

​Will The Frozen DVD/Blu-ray Release Finally Make The Madness Stop?

So you went to see Disney's newest CG animated feature and enjoyed it. You thought it was cute, you liked the music, and when people started covering the songs and making fan art, you enjoyed that too. But it didn't stop! It never stops. Anyways, now you can buy it. » 3/17/14 2:40pm 3/17/14 2:40pm

Watch this impersonator sing "Let it Go" in TWENTY-ONE Disney voices

We know, we know. There've been enough covers of Frozen's "Let it Go" by this point to play out from now until eternity. But voice-impersonator Brian Hull's may just be the most impressive of them all. Watch him sing Frozen's theme song in the voices of 21 Disney and Pixar characters. He totally nails it. » 3/15/14 2:32pm 3/15/14 2:32pm

Reaching a Child with Autism through Disney

When Ron Suskind's son, Owen, was just shy of three years old, the once talkative child fell silent and turned inward. "Regressive autism," doctors told Suskind and his wife. The boy became unreachable – until one day, while watching The Little Mermaid, a glimmer of hope. Could the world of Disney serve as a portal for… » 3/09/14 1:00pm 3/09/14 1:00pm