We’re back for another Disney+ battle, and this week, there is a wide disparity between the two films. One is the final film of Disney’s Bronze Age of Animation. It served as a way to tell a classic literary tale while using dogs and cats. The other is a popular Pixar film that teaches about […]

Watching cartoons on a Saturday morning was a major event for millions of children from the 1980s till the early 2000s. Disney was one of many companies that jumped on the Saturday Morning Cartoons crazy,  with their own series under the “One Saturday Morning” brand but the company also acquired the library of the “Fox […]

When Disney+ launched back in 2019, the service offered hundreds of great TV shows from National Geographic and Disney Channels, as well as the majority of episodes in “The Simpsons” series. However, one problem Disney+ has had is the wait between new episodes of Disney distributed series being broadcast on cable channels before coming to […]

Disney’s Bronze Age of Animation ran from 1970 to 1988. It was a time when the animation department was struggling creatively following the passing of Walt Disney in 1966. It lasted until Disney found its way with the formulaic musicals that made up the Renaissance. It’s sometimes referred to as the Dark Age because so […]

We are back with another Disney+ Battle. This week we are comparing a hidden gem from Disney’s Bronze Age of Animation and a beloved Pixar classic. Let’s compare and contrast to see which film is better: “The Great Mouse Detective” or “Monsters Inc.” (Remember this is purely subjective.) 1. PROTAGONIST The main character of “The […]

We are back with another Disney+ battle. This week, we will be comparing the first Disney animated film to ever receive a PG rating and a sequel to a Disney Revival hit. So, let’s compare and contrast and see which film is better between “The Black Cauldron” and “Ralph Breaks the Internet.” 1. PROTAGONIST The […]

Disney+ Originals have been a mixed bag since they started releasing them, but if we cut out the originals based on “Star Wars”, Disney have given us several series and movies where maturer themes are acknowledged or discussed, which is what your average Disney Channel show doesn’t. So let’s discuss some of the originals that […]

We’re back with another Disney+ Battle. This week, an underrated gem from Disney’s Dark Age of Animation (or First Dark Age of Animation, if you prefer) takes on one of the last films in the Disney Renaissance as “The Fox and the Hound” goes head to head with “Mulan.” Let’s see which one wins this […]

Back in 2004, Disney rebranded its recently acquired channels from Fox Family Worldwide. What were those channels rebranded as? Well, they were known as Jetix. The Jetix TV block and TV channels operated from 2004 till 2009, when they were merged with Toon Disney into Disney XD. So let’s take a dive into the content […]

We are back with another Disney+ battle. This week, one of the most successful films of Disney’s First Dark Age is facing off against one of the package films from Disney’s Wartime Era. It’s a battle between the 1970s and 1940s as “The Rescuers” squares off with “Fun and Fancy Free.” Let’s square off to […]

Back in 2018, Disney+ was announced with thunderous applause a few months later, Disney completed its acquisition of assets from 21st Century Fox (now 20th Century Studios), with Disney now owning such a catalogue seeing former Fox content come to Disney+ seemed extremely likely and it has happened, just in the US not to the […]

Back when Disney+ launched in 2019, one of the main ways to search for new content was through the five “core brands” which were and still are present on the homepage, those brands are Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars and National Geographic with the brand Star coming later to markets outside the US and Latin […]

We’re back with another Disney+ battle. This week, it’s a battle between a popular film from Disney’s First Dark Age of Animation against the final film of the Disney Renaissance. Let’s see who wins between “The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh” and “Tarzan.” 1. PROTAGONIST The main characters of both of these films are […]

One of Disney+’s most underappreciated features has always been the content “Collections” within the search page. Since its launch, Disney has added multiple collections to Disney+ including the likes of “Celebrate Black Stories”, “Diary Of A Wimpy Kid”, and “Female Leads”, but there are many more collections that Disney could add to Disney+, so I’m […]

Hulu is one of the original streaming services, launching back in 2007, with Disney, Time Warner, Comcast, and 20th Century Fox at one point all being co-owners of the streaming service.  Making it the home of next day TV episodes and having both films and series from a variety of studios. But there has been […]