Tag Archive for 'Pete Docter'

Soul (4K UHD Blu-ray Review)

I don’t know what’s up with Pixar and Disney lately, but their films have been of the straight to Disney+ fashion in handling releases with the global pandemic. That started with Soul which debuted on the streaming platform at no extra charge like previous releases had done (Luca will go straight to Disney+ later this […]


Peter’s Top 10 Films of 2020

Sooooo, 2020 amirite? I’ve never been happier for a year to end. Of course, with the pandemic still ongoing and awaiting a vaccine to reach millions, this was the first time I haven’t seen 70-100 movies in theaters since…. I dunno, the 90s? I have loved reviewing theatrical releases for this site and hope to […]


Brandon’s 10 Favorite Films Of 2020!

I’ll spare you the “What a crazy year this was!” jargon as you already know. You lived through it, too. Like every cinephile, I sure do miss going to theaters and oddly not having that option made me feel like I saw a lot less “important stuff” or “contenders” this year. Yet, at the same […]


Pixar’s ‘Inside Out’ Debuts A Full Trailer

A couple months back we got to see a tease of what Pixar has lined up for next year.  Now we have a full on trailer for Inside Out, which looks like it will be all sorts of entertainment, given it’s out-there ideas for how to make another original animated adventure.  It is a nice break […]


Pixar’s INSIDE OUT Gets A Teaser Trailer

A lot of movement has taken place at Pixar this past year, in terms of when and what movies will be coming out of the animation studio in the future.  We may be getting a couple more sequels (to some of their best films), but there are a number of originals coming our way as […]


Pixar Short Films Collection: Volume 2 (Blu-ray Review)

From Disney•Pixar, the Award-winning studio behind Toy Story, Up and WALL•E, comes a new collection of short films.  Experience the revolutionary animation and unforgettable characters with 12 short films together for the very first time.  This must-own collection also features seven rarely screened student films from directors John Lasseter, Andrew Stanton, and Pete Docter.  Available […]