Justin Kurzel has no interest in a by-the-numbers biography, feeling free to indulge in anachronisms for his punk rock period piece that intersects at legend and rumour.
Management Sucks, which takes place in the aftermath of a shocking death, is one of Killing Eve’s quietest episodes.
My Brilliant Friend evokes waves as the series explores new depths in its characters.
This episode proves Charlotte the most interesting creation of the series so far. Give Tessa Thompson the Emmy.
Final Fantasy VII Remake is easily one of the biggest games this generation and delivers on almost everything promised. Aside from minor things like texture issues, the combat, the characters, and the world are excellent and exciting, offering hours of...
If you are at all turned off by the title Butt Boy, this movie is not for you. The title to the whimsical, dark, and sometimes hilarious oddity serves as a warning flag rather than an enticement. However if you are even slightly intrigued, this one is for you. Writer-director Tyler Cornack and co-writer Ryan […]
To celebrate the arrival of the gorgeous STAR WARS: THE SKYWALKER SAGA 4K UHD box set, That Shelf Managing Editor Jason Gorber unboxes the brand new set and shows off the myriad formats from his Star Wars collection!
The Clone Wars series finale is upon us and it's off to a phenomenal start.
Shinsekai: Into the Depths is a pleasant shakeup in adventure game aesthetics. The bold move to carry an entire adventure like this underwater is one I highly respect. While I believe the Nintendo Switch offers far superior Metroidvania options in its ...
“Do you want to know your future?”
Episode explores Ahsoka's strengths while navigating the Jedi Order.
Killing Eve kicked off its third season with a sombre, reflective, and shocking episode.
Tigertail from writer-director Alan Yang tells the story of a Taiwanese factory worker whose pursuit of the American dream may cost him what matters most.
Star Wars: The Clone Wars episode 7.07 explores morality in the Jedi order
The latest episode of HBO's Westworld explores what happens when an android develops a messiah complex.