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Toy Story of Terror (Blu-ray)

4.1 out of 5 stars 492 customer reviews

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Disney Pixar proudly presents a wacky new tale featuring all your favorite characters from the Toy Story films. Join Woody, Buzz, Jessie and their pals in a frighteningly fun animated adventure.

What starts out as an exciting road trip for the Toy Story gang takes an unexpected turn for the worse following a detour to a roadside motel. After Mr. Potato Head suddenly disappears, his friends find themselves caught up in a hilarious mystery that must be solved before they suffer the same fate in this thrilling Toy Story OF TERROR!

Special Features

Blu-ray(TM) Feature + Bonus|Digital Copy Of Feature|Includes Three TOY STORY TOONS: "Small Fry," "Hawaiian Vacation," and "Partysaurus Rex"|Vintage Toy Commercials|Deleted Scenes|Audio Commentary|Team Of Specialists

Product Details

  • Format: Multiple Formats, Blu-ray, Animated, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English (DTS-HD High Res Audio), French (Dolby Digital 5.1), Spanish (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Subtitles: French, Spanish, English
  • Dubbed: French, Spanish
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
    G
    General Audience
  • Studio: Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: August 19, 2014
  • Run Time: 22 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (492 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00KHA88PC
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #14,429 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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By David Alianiello on May 26, 2014
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
Some of my best childhood memories, and favorite stories to tell while reminiscing with family members during get-togethers, are those times when a movie or TV show scared the daylights out of me. My poor Mom took me and my sister to see "Psycho" during it's initial run in theaters in 1960, I believe. I was 6 years old at the time and loved "monster" movies, and "scary" movies. She, and my sister and I, had no idea what we were in for. The original "Night of the Living Dead" was a grim, gut-wrenching hour and a half that left me and the rest of the Saturday afternoon matinee kids shell-shocked when I was about 13 or 14 years old.

I watched "Toy Story of Terror" during its run on the Disney Channel during the Halloween season with my grownup children, and with a 5- and 8-year old brother and sister foster kids. Needless to say, we all loved it, and the little ones wanted to watch it each time it was broadcast. Sure it was scary, but in a "Scooby-Do" kind of way, and that's the fun of it. I will be ordering at least two copies of "Toy Story of Terror," one for the kids and one for me. If you love the "Toy Story" gang, you'll love this one, too!
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When you start to play your Toy Story of TERROR! disc, be sure to choose to watch it with the commercials. You’ll be glad you did. This was an ABC TV special last year—the first Pixar TV special ever—and it was constructed to break for commercials. So for the Blu-ray, Pixar included the ones they created especially for the show.

Sure, this is a great for Halloween watching, complete with a cheesy black-and-white Saturday drive-in style movie (love that puff of smoke!), but it’s also year round fun for Toy Story fans, as it could be thought of as an unofficial “sequel" to Toy Story. Many of the characters introduced in that film are here again, and they get more screen time, like Mr. Pricklepants, the self-appointed movie expert (you can almost see Marshall McLuhan making a cameo to contradict him, á la Annie Hall).

The 22 minutes focus mostly on Jessie, which is welcome. She’s a character with a lot of layers and audience empathy. Who among would want to be shut into a suitcase or box? The others characters are supportive in their various ways. One just wants to watch them do things together for as long as possible.

In this story, they find themselves at a creepy old motel with a manager hiding creepy secrets, but don’t worry about it being kid-friendly, it’s not Psycho, though nods to numerous suspense conventions abound. There’s a lot packed into this special.

The three Toy Story Toons included on the Blu-ray alone are worth having, since they in effect are follow-ups to the Toy Story films. Michael Keaton and Jodi Benson walk away with “Hawaiian Vacation,” Rex gets his time to shine in “Partysaurus Rex” (a stunner in high-def), and the characters have to grapple with their happy meal identities in “Small Fry.
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The Toy Story of Terror short film has a runtime of approximately 21+ minutes. It's a quality production with an interesting Halloween-time story, focusing on Jessie and the gang's unplanned stay at a roadside motel. The original "commercials" that aired with Toy Story of Terror are featured at the end of the film, spoofs of Combat Carl as a GI Joe style infomercial, a short on the Old Timer clock, and finally the "Transitron" transformer-style robot in a Japanese-style commercial. Each commercial has a runtime of about 60 seconds. Overall, it's a fun collection for true Toy Story fans.

As a bonus, three Toy Story Toons are included, Hawaiian Vacation (6 min.), Small Fry (8 min.), and Partysaurus Rex (7 min.). These are great shorts and add some value to the purchase if you do not already have them.

Finally, included is a behind the scenes feature with the director giving a look at the day-to-day work to make a Toy Story short.
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Our favorite toys are back, but when the road trip they're on gets delayed at a roadside motel, they find themselves trapped in their very own scary movie. In classic horror movie form, they disappear one by one and it's up to Jesse to overcome her fears, save the day and solve the mystery. Toy Story of Terror uses flips the clichés from the horror, suspense and monster movie genres with nods to adults and without getting too scary for the little ones. Pixar keeps the quality strong with top notch animation and the original voice cast returning and even adds to it. If you didn't catch this on TV it's worth picking up.
The 22 minute short is great as is, but Disney has put together a really terrific Blu-ray release with this title. There are the usual start-up trailers but you can go ahead and jump to a cute haunted house menu which looks to be pulled from the vampire movie the gang is watching in the trunk of the car, the feature with can be played with or without commercial breaks (more on those later,) and quite a few bonus features. For most people the Toy Story Toons will be the main draw here, including Hawaiian Vacation, Small Fry (love the surprising appearance of Jane Lynch as Neptuna,) and Partysaurus Rex. All three are great. There are three deleted scenes and explanation from the editor about what they are and why they got cut. They are rough line drawings with temp voices, but they give you a good idea about the scenes and some insight on the animation process. There's a behind the scenes called Team of Specialists which really gets into the new characters and what it's like at Pixar. There's the trailer for the special that was shown at D23 and three vintage toy commercials.
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