Monsters, Inc. 3D Available Now – So Cute, It’s Scary!

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For fans of Disney/Pixar movies the 2001 animated classic, Monsters, Inc., executive produced under John Lasseter and Andrew Stanton, is now available in 3D on DVD, and it’s so cute, it’s scary! Everything that made the original Monsters, Inc. movie special—the loveable monsters, the underlying humor, the workplace shenanigans—has been digitally mastered to HD standards, you’ll want to get a copy for monstrous fun! Plus with the prequel coming this June, Monsters University 3D (which the Monsters, Inc. 5-Disc Combo Pack includes a sneak peek of, as well as a free ticket to when the movie when it comes out in theaters), you’ll want your family to see the first installment in all its 3D goodness.

Monsters, Inc. is set in Monstropolis, and the movie opens with Sulley and Mike Wazowski on the brink of an all time ‘scream’ record at Monsters, Inc., the scream-processing factory that provides electricity to the city. We soon learn that a less than ethical monster is trying to cheat Sulley out of the Top Screamer spot, and through this “Boo” is let into the factory. Now Sulley and Mike are in hilarious bind of having to hide and get this ‘toxic child’ back to her bedroom before anyone else finds out she’s in Monstropolis. But Sulley makes a connection to Boo and finds it’s harder to say good-bye than he thought.

Monsters, Inc. 3D on DVD of course delivers the expected amount of bonus features on the Blu-ray disc included in the combo pack, some of them include:

– Toy Story Toons: “Partysaurus Rex”
– “For The Birds” Short
– “Mike’s New Car” Short
– Roz’s 100 Door Challenge Game
– Pixar Fun Factory Tower

and more!

The 3D effects give the story an extra kick, and it adds to the bold, visual colors that are present throughout the movie.

Even if you don’t have a 3D TV, purchasing the 5-Disc Combo Pack (msrp $49.99) gives you a variety of ways to watch the movie from the standard DVD to Blu-ray and also digitally. But you have them all in one case, so should you upgrade from your current format to a higher one…well you’ll be ready to watch Monsters, Inc. without having to get another copy!

I received a media copy of this DVD for review purposes.  Published by Tammy Litke.  Affiliate Links are used in this post.

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