Pixar's Toy Story has always been excellent grist for the mash-up mill—the Toy Story 3/Inception trailer job is a favorite—but none of them have been quite as wonderfully sinister as this, which reminds us that all work and no play makes Woody a dull boy.
Undead mashups are nothing new—Pride and Prejudice and Zombies is but one drop in a big bucket—but one fine artist has taken it to a new level, painting pitch-perfect recreations of classic posters with a particularly toothsome flair.
Videogame movies are becoming so common that we're even getting one based on Angry Birds. Making a film based on a plotless puzzle game pitting birds against pigs is a stretch, sure, but it's nothing compared to the news that we might see a flick based on FarmVille sometime soon. (And you thought those Facebook invitations were annoying.)
When a movie title nails it, a movie title nails it, and Toy Story seemed just about perfect. But according to Lee Unkrich—who edited Toy Story before co-directing Toy Story 2 and then directing Toy Story 3—deciding what to call the movie didn't come easy.