Netflix Now Streaming Escape From Tomorrow


Last year, the fantasy-horror film “Escape From Tomorrow” made headlines when it was shot at Walt Disney World without permission from the park. Now you can see what all the fuss was about if you have a Netflix streaming account.

Escape From Tomorrow tells the tale of a middle-aged father who finds out he has lost his job and takes his family to Disney. He slowly starts to unravel from the stress of keeping the news from his family, and starts experiencing paranoid visions and bizarre encounters.

The film was shot in black & white over 25 days of keeping the shooting as covert as possible. It debuted at Sundance in January 2013, and had a limited theater and VOD run in October 2013. It was released on DVD April 29 of this year.

You can stream the film at this Netflix link. You can also find out more about the film, including how many weeks since the film’s release that they haven’t been sued by Disney, at

Here is the most recent trailer for Escape From Tomorrow:

Will you watch it?

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About Michelle Snow

Michelle Snow is a huge fan of Disney, Marvel, and Star Wars in films and TV, as well as the Disney parks. She's also an award-winning writer who has written several guidebooks on Orlando. Follow her on Twitter @zengrrl. Her blog, CitySurfing Orlando covers Orlando and the theme parks. Her favorite rides at the Disney parks are Star Tours, Big Thunder Mountain, and Indiana Jones Adventure, and she is anxiously awaiting Star Wars Land to become real. She collects anything to do with Snow White, Grumpy, Tinkerbell, and Stitch. She also has an unhealthy obsession with Jedi and Iron Man.
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2 Responses to Netflix Now Streaming Escape From Tomorrow

  1. Kelley says:

    I watched it. It was pretty terrible but in a can’t look away from a train wreck sort of way so I watched it all. It was interesting to see if you could figure out where they were filming, especially since some of it was at Disneyland too.

  2. steven vore says:

    ditto Kelly’s comment (mostly, we bailed out shortly after the (first?) sex scene). I’ll add the warning that this is not a family-friendly film.

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