Sorcery Review

Sorcery for the PlayStation Move offers a truly one-of-a-kind gameplay experience. The game isn’t big on features and content but it offers something that few motion based games have: unique, fast-paced, and responsive gameplay.

CONTEST: Win Passes to See BRAVE Across Canada!

Enter to win a pair of passes to see an advance screening of Pixar’s Brave in Richmond Hill, Whitby, Mississauga, Coquitlam, Langley, Ottawa, Calgary, Winnipeg, or Edmonton on Thursday, June 14th from Dork Shelf and Walt Disney Studios Canada!

This Week in DVD: 5/22/12

A busy week for big titles on video store shelves as we take a look at The Grey, The Secret World of Arrietty, The Woman in Black, This Means War, and Red Tails.

Summer Movie Preview: June Part Two

Wrapping up our look at the cinematic offerings for the month of June, we take a look at some real heavy hitters with Brave, Moonrise Kingdom, Prometheus, Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, Snow White and the Huntsman, Rock of Ages, and Piranha 3DD, which will undoubtedly win the box office crown for the month.

Interview: Aardman Animator Peter Lord

We talk with Aardman animation co-founder and stop motion maven Peter Lord about his latest film The Pirates: Band of Misfits, casting voice actors, the pitfalls of searching for animated perfection, and the changing landscape of his business.

Chimpanzee Review

Just in time for Earth Day, Disney Nature returns with a look at the closest primate relatives to humans.

Kids Take Over the Lightbox!

We take a look at some of the offerings at this year’s TIFF Kids Festival, running April 10th to the 22nd at the TIFF Bell Lightbox in Toronto. Even though the festival is technically for kids aged 3-13, aren’t we all just kids at heart?

This Week in DVD: 4/3/12

This week, looks at several disappointing movies (Chasing Madoff, We Bought a Zoo, and The Son of No One) and one awesome Canadian TV show (Todd and the Book of Pure Evil), while Corey Atad waxes rhapsodic about the virtues of Spielberg’s War Horse.

Mirror Mirror Review

Although it boasts decent lead performances from Lily Collins and Julia Roberts, Mirror Mirror is a dreadful, pandering, and inane retelling of Snow White from Immortals director Tarsem Singh and producer Brett Ratner. It’s this year’s Sucker Punch.

Canadian Film Fest At a Glance

Dork Shelf film writers , Phil Brown, Will Perkins, and Noah Taylor take a look at some of the films playing at this year’s Canadian Film Fest, running from March 28th to March 31st at The Royal in Toronto.

John Carter Review

On top of making back a gargantuan, near quarter of a billion dollar budget, John Carter isn’t exactly the easiest sell in the world even by mega-blockbuster standards. It’s extremely literate to the point where it just might alienate audiences looking for average escapist fare.

This Week in DVD: 2/28/12

It’s a Beauty Day for DVD releases with the release of the Academy Award winning Hugo, The Kid With a Bike, and one of the best films of last year. Also, Johnny English Reborn and the Canadian action thriller Bounty Hunters.