Let Woody William Wallace fan the fires of hope and rouse you from your docile existence! Sit up and click, and have something you’ve never had a few moments ago – FREEDOM!.. from boredom.
Over the years, there have been numerous cases where toys got pulled off of the shelves. As part of his amazing Toy History series, Ed’s Retro Geek Out delves into some of the times when a toy vanished because of safety, consumer complaints, or other reason, in some cases, turning them into rare collectibles.
Celebrate your love for the holiday classic A Christmas Story with Funko’s official card game. You’ll triple-dog-dare players to trade presents like the Little Orphan Annie secret decoder pin, a toy fire engine, and the infamous pink bunny suit while trying to avoid Scut Farkus and his little toady pal.
Imagine for a moment that the toys in the Toy Story franchise weren’t alive in the way Pixar wants us to believe they are, and instead are synthetic hosts created by the Delos Corporation. Nico Bellamy shares that vision with us in his hilariously dark mashup trailer of Toy Story and Westworld.
The Onion’s film critic Peter K. Rosenthal takes a look at the latest Toy Story film, comparing the CGI animated tale with its source material, a traditional German fairy tale “die Reise der Spielzeuge,” written in 1793. Needless to say that Disney Pixar’s version comes off as a little watered down.
Hot Toys presents this amazing likeness of actor Alden Ehrenreich as the young Han Solo in Solo: A Star Wars Story. The figure comes with 10 swappable hands, a blaster, lucky dice, a watch and a communicator. The Deluxe version adds a fur coat, goggles and a belt.
With animated classics like Toy Story, Up, Wall-E, and Finding Nemo to their credit, every animation company on the planet aspires to be as good as Pixar. This new documentary series takes us inside Disney’s famed CG-animation studio to meet the creative minds behind the movies. Premieres on Disney+ 11.13.2020.
Vanguard Pictures follows up its thrilling stop-motion video Nitro Warriors METAL with with another fun action sequence, as toy race cars find themselves in a face-off against Optimus Prime, who seems to be the bad guy in this storyline. Or are the cars the bad guys?