Last year on the Disney channel this special came on, it was Toy Story of Terror and my husband set the DVR so we wouldn’t miss it. I think with all my travels I still missed it but he and the kids watched it.
What starts out as a fun road trip for the Toy Story gang takes an unexpected turn for the worse when the trip detours to a roadside motel. After one of the toys goes missing, the others find themselves caught up in a mysterious sequence of events that must be solved before they all suffer the same fate in this Toy Story OF TERROR!
Well now you can OWN Toy Story of Terror it came out on Blu-ray & Digital HD this week. I brought it on vacation with us so we could watch it with all the cousins but the darn player in the Condo doesn’t have Blu-ray and my computer doesn’t have a CD player, oh so it’s a VERY good thing that it does have a digital download copy. GO DISNEY. Now why should you get it?
Well for one it has a great voice talent. “Toy Story OF TERROR!” features the voice talents of original “Toy Story” cast members Tom Hanks as “Woody,” Tim Allen as “Buzz Lightyear,” Joan Cusack as “Jessie,” Timothy Dalton as “Mr. Pricklepants,” Don Rickles as “Mr. Potato Head,” Kristen Schaal as “Trixie” and Wallace Shawn as “Rex,” along with series newcomer Carl Weathers as “Combat Carl/Combat Carl Jr.”
For another reason because it’s Toy Story and kids everywhere young and old love it. And to see the Never-before-seen bonus features include parody vintage toy commercials, deleted scenes, audio commentary.
The additional all-new bonus features include Audio Commentary, Deleted Scenes with Editor Introductions and “Team of Specialists,” in which director Angus MacLane goes deep behind the scenes to introduce the team of specialists required to make this fun-filled “Toy Story” adventure!
Additional in-home special features include three “Toy Story Toons” shorts: “Small Fry,” “Partysaurus Rex” and “Hawaiian Vacation” – each with Audio Commentary; and the rarely seen, especially spooky teaser created for the D23 fan conference. Also available only on Disney Movies Anywhere (DMA) is a new short piece about film references featuring Mr. Pricklepants and a Bonus Deleted Scene with Editor’s Introduction