Listen: ‘A World of Fairy Dust’ A Disney Classics Playlist By Fangirlish

We don’t know about you, but our 2021 has gotten off to a very ruff start. Shocker. There has been so much hatred and violence going on in the news and around the world that it has brought us to…

#WayBackWednesday – The Princess Bride (1987)

Sometimes you just need a comfort movie for your #WayBackWednesday, which is why I’m revisiting the 1987 cult-favorite this week, The Princess Bride. The Princess Bride is nearly universally loved, but did you know this film was only moderately successful…

#WayBackWednesday – The Santa Clause (1994)

The Santa Clause got repeat play at my house year-round growing up. I watched a fair amount of Home Improvement because of my crush on JTT back in the day, so I was quite happy to watch a Disney Christmas…

‘The Mandalorian’ 2×07 Review: “The Believer”

The last half of this season of The Mandalorian has really picked up the pace compared with last season. “The Believer” not only amps up the action, but also really puts Mando through the moral and ethical wringer. This episode…

The ‘Star Wars’ News You Need to Know From Disney Investor Day 2020

Disney Investor Day 2020 brought us a hell of a lot of Star Wars news. To help you digest, here’s a breakdown of all that was announced.

#WayBackWednesday – Home Alone (1990)

Home Alone is one Christmas movie that gets repeat play at my house every single year, and has since I was a kid. I was the perfect age for Home Alone when it premiered and long dreamt of setting all…

‘The Mandalorian’ 2×02 Review: “The Passenger”

The Mandalorian is back this week with movie spoofs, Baby Yoda antics, and more in “The Passenger.” I know we could all use a break from the world this week. Let’s jump in the Razorcrest and go to a galaxy…

#WayBackWednesday – A Goofy Movie (1995)

Need a comfort movie? A Goofy Movie is good for what ails ya. Check out our #WayBackWednesday review of A Goofy Movie.

Disney+ Releases ‘Soul’ Movie Pictures

Disney Pixar’s Soul is coming to Disney+ on Christmas! Here’s all the information we have on it.

#WayBackWednesday – The Black Hole (1979)

If it had been on my radar, I would have loved a movie like The Black Hole, as a kid. The retro-futuristic aesthetic, the setting, and cute floating robot buddies that sass you when you talk to them? That’s my…

#WayBackWednesday – The Parent Trap (1998)

Sometimes it’s fun to revisit a film like The Parent Trap (1998) to see if it still holds up for you as an adult like it did when you were a kid. It’s especially fun when you can do that…

See A New Clip From Disney+’s ‘Secret Society of Second Born Royals’

Secret Society of Second Born Royals is a movie that I can’t wait to see. The movie is coming to Disney+ and here’s a brand new clip

#WayBackWednesday – The Black Cauldron (1985)

We’re all stuck in the house, right? There’s never been a better time to dig into those retro movies that you’ve always wanted to watch, but never had the time for. Personally, I’m a bit of a retrophile and tend…

Disney-Pixar Shares A Sneak Peek of ‘Soul’

We may be waiting awhile for the movies that we want, but we understand why. Coronavirus will keep us out of theaters for awhile – partly because they are closed and partially because of fear. I admit it. Disney-Pixar is…

There’s An Update On The ‘Lizzie McGuire’ Reboot

If I hadn’t prepaid for three years of Disney Plus, I may have found myself cancelling it by now. I look at the app on my TV and I want to click it, but I am so irritated with Disney…

Disney Moves ‘Secret Society of Second-Born Royals’

Dates for everything are changing and we know that they will keep changing. So, there are no plans made as far as I am concerned. Cause I know that shit is not set in stone. Disney has moved the date…

In Defense of Ariel and ‘The Little Mermaid’

In an unusual pattern, from the premiere of Peter Pan in 1953 through the 1980s, Disney animation primarily centered mainly around bohttps://fangirlish.com/category/little-mermaid/ys and/or male animals – One Hundred and One Dalmatians, The Jungle Book, Robin Hood, The Great Mouse Detective,…

We Need to Talk About Pixar’s ‘Out’ and the Feels It Gave Us

In an effort to build a space for queer people like myself, every Tuesday I’ll be posting interviews, opinion pieces, listicals, reviews, and more focused on the LGBT community (and occasionally about the Latinx/WOC community since I am Latinx.) Welcome…

Disneyland Paris Releases Their ‘The Lion King: Rhythms of the Pride Lands’ Show

Need some quarantine entertainment? I feel like – personally – I have completed Netflix. Yes, I know that’s not possible, but like whatever. I have been quarantined for over 80 days. A bitch has isolation issues. One of the things…

“Selfish” Female Disney Characters: Peter Pan VS Tinker Bell

This week, we’re continuing our series on “selfish” female Disney characters, with a look at Disney’s 1953 animated movie Peter Pan, and the female characters contained within. Be sure to check out our previous posts on The Evil Queen and Alice…

“Selfish” Female Disney Characters: The Evil Queen

The evolution in the portrayal of “selfish” female Disney characters is a worthy case study for how the feminist movement has progressed over the seventy-five years from Snow White to Frozen; the operative definition of selfish from Merriam-Webster being, “concerned…