The Disney parks are icons among Disney fans and theme park fans around the world. Disney has also made several movies that were inspired by rides and lands at Disney parks. On Disney+, there’s even a section in the Disney Parks Collection featuring several of the films that have been inspired by the parks. So, […]

Every year there are new Halloween specials added to Disney+. These are added to the plethora of Halloween films, series and specials already available. As October comes to a close, I’m going to rank the Halloween films and specials on Disney+ I’ve ranked this year. Remember this list is completely subjective. 10. HALLOWEENTOWN HIGH This […]

Disney’s Experimental Age of Animation ran from 1999 to 2008. During this timeframe, Disney moved away from the musical formula that had worked so well during the Renaissance of the 90s and kept trying new types of animation and storytelling. Also called the Post Renaissance, Dark Age of Animation or Second Dark Age of Animation, […]

Dr. Strange appears to be the lynchpin for the next few phases of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. He seems to be filling the void left after Iron Man was killed off in “Avengers: Endgame,” especially as the MCU delves deeper into the multiverse. He stars in two films from his own series, appears in two […]

The 1990s was one of the most successful times for the Walt Disney Animation Studios. The majority of the films released were part of the Disney Renaissance and most of them were box office hits. Even the ones that considered failures, still made their money back. Many people of a certain age will identify their […]

In the 1960s, Disney changed its animation style. They moved away from the elegant style of the 1950s and moved to a cheaper, Xerox style in the 1960s. This was done as a necessity due to “Sleeping Beauty” losing money at the box office. Two films were released in this style before the passing of […]

In the 1950s, the Walt Disney Animation Studios returned to feature length narratives for its animated movies after producing packages films during much of the 1940s. There were some bona fide hits, some box office duds that found success later and some wild experimentation in storytelling. The studio released 5 animated films between 1950 and […]

In 1937, the Walt Disney Animation Studios released its first full-length animated feature, “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.” The studio continues releasing new films having now reached 60 theatrical releases. They have covered princesses, classical music, fairy tales, literary classics and even video game characters. For this list, I’m going to rank the fully […]

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 […]

Two years ago, I released a ranking of the then-22 Pixar films that had been released. Since that post, there have been three more Pixar films released exclusively on Disney+. These run from “Toy Story” in 1995 to “Turning Red” in 2022. I’m going to re-rank the now 25 films based on my personal preferences. […]

The Silver Age of Disney Animation ran from 1950 to 1967. It represented a time when Disney returned to the feature length narrative storytelling after having switched to a package format during the Wartime Era. It lasted until the passing of Walt Disney and ended with the first film released after his death. There are […]

Disney+ released seven Marvel items onto the streaming service (in the United States) in 2021. There were 5 television series and 2 movies. While 2020 was known for its lack of content across the board due to so many productions being shut down because of the pandemic, 2021 saw a plethora of content from Marvel. […]

Marvel launched the most intricate cinematic universe of films. It was broke up into phases to help differentiate the storytelling. Previously, I ranked the films that make up Phase 1 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. This week, I’m going to rank the six films that make up Phase 2. 6. THOR: THE DARK WORLD This […]