Monday, 17 February 2014

Toy Story of Terror! DVD Review.

Disney and Pixar launch first ever Toy Story short film exclusively at Sainsbury’s!

Available to buy on DVD from Monday 17th February, the new 21 minute animated film, Toy Story of Terror, will be available exclusively at Sainsbury’s stores.

We were sent a copy to review, and I think it's fair to say that all four of us were very excited! Craig's favourite Disney films are the Toy Story trilogy, we even had You've got a friend in me played at our wedding! 

This short film didn't disappoint...


The film is set just after the events of the popular Toy Story 3 and follows the toys as they travel on a spooky road trip. Whilst on their journey, the toys experience a flat tyre which causes Bonnie and her mum to reluctantly spend a night in a haunted hotel. As the toys start to go missing one by one, it is up to the remaining toy friends to find out who is behind the mysterious disappearances.

I have to say I was a bit worried about letting Chester and Millie watch it at first, as it has Terror in the title. They did both jump out of their skin at one point, the first time we watched it. Which admittedly was hilarious to Craig and I! But actually, they both really love it! Millie can be heard shouting go Jessie go! At a certain point. Then Chester laughs so much when the Pez cat vomits up a Pez sweet. 

From an adults point of view the short is great! It features some more toys that take you back to your childhood and the little details, as will all Disney Pixar films are great. 

As mentioned above the short film is 21 minutes long, it starts from the moment you put the DVD on and then plays on a loop. So no adverts to skip and no menu button to have to keep going back too! If you have children, you will know how much of a big plus this is! 

We love the film so much, the children have watched it countless times, and I suspect they will be watching it a lot more over this coming half term week! 

The film will be available both in store and online at from today, Monday 17th February 2014. 

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