9. The Brave Little Toaster
A toaster, a blanket, a lamp, a radio, and a vacuum cleaner have separation anxiety when their owner takes off for the big city, leaving them alone in a cabin in the woods. If The Brave Little Toaster sounds like Disney’s Bambi for the modern age, you would be right. “The Brave Little Toaster is Blade Runner for children—in truth, there are too many disquieting moments to document, and as many avenues rich for deconstruction,” wrote critic Walter Chaw of the 1987 film. In one scene, the toaster has a frightening vision that involves a devilish firefighter clown hosing his victim. Settle down, Disney.