Unwieldy, verbose, and digressive, I did not know that I loved The Wild Pear Tree until the final ten minutes of its three-hour plus run.
Tomorrow morning, millions of people all over the world are going to have a wonderful gift beamed directly to them in the form of The Ballad of Buster Scruggs. We unravel the Coen brothers' Netflix western anthology yarn by yarn.
The VOID’s new Star Wars-themed hyper-reality experience is a like a dream come true. It's an action-packed multi-sensory, untethered story, designed to thrill VR veterans while remaining accessible to newbies.
Don’t trust any one person who claims they’re on top of all the new movies and TV series hitting theatres and streaming services. To make life easier, the team at That Shelf will pool their collective knowledge, and chime in with the latest – and straight up late – additions to the pop culture conversation.
That Shelf Managing Editor and Film Critic Jason Gorber joins Larry Fedoruk on Newstalk 610 to talk about the Queen biopic Bohemian Rhapsody.
Director Nijla Mu'min's coming-of-age drama Jinn isn’t the most polished film to come out of SXSW this year, but it is one of the most promising.
Director Paul Weitz' hostage drama Bel Canto dares to ask questions with no easy answers. It's a film with no place for black and white thinking.
The Day of The Jackal is one of the ultimate political thrillers, finally available on Blu-ray in North America. Its visceral sense of realism is rarely seen in cinema and has been the standard bearer in this genre for nearly 45 years.
David Gordon Green's Halloween is easily the best movie to feature Michael Myers since the 1978 original. Yes, it is that good.
Ant-Man and the Wasp is not destined to be much more than a footnote in the history of Marvel Studios, but the Blu-ray/Digital release, like the movie itself, is an absolute blast.