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Once again, Amazon is picking a fight with a company over sales of a product, and this time, they’ve chosen to go up against Disney. According to a story by Deadline.com, Amazon is trying to renegotiate its contract terms for … Continue reading
Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment has updated there release schedule for the spring of 2013. It’s an impressive line up with a range of TV animation, feature animation, and live action TV shows that many fans will want to own. … Continue reading
On March 12th, Disney will release the following titles on Blu-ray for the first time! Pre-order them today for some great savings. Who Framed Roger Rabbit: 25th Anniversary Edition Mulan & Mulan II: 15th Anniversary Edition – 2 Movie Collection … Continue reading
I excitedly picked up the John Carter Blu-ray combo pack last week, popped it into my player, and then fell asleep about 40 minutes into the film. Suddenly, a week went by and I realized I didn’t really have the … Continue reading