A record-number of women and BIPOC-directed films are in the top 50 highest-rated films of the year
That Shelf's Senior Critic Victor Stiff discusses how writing about pop culture helped him maintain his mental health throughout 2020.
Charles Officer's latest, Akilla’s Escape, is a tense and thought-provoking examination of generational gang violence AND a richly layered neo-noir that packs a thrilling punch.
Justin McConnell offers a personal exploration of the independent film scene in 'Clapboard Jungle'.
TT the Artist's film is more than a love letter to her hometown, it is a celebratory declaration of the city's artistic culture.
Frequently blurring the line between artist and subject, The Painter and the Thief is an absorbing work.
Michèle Stephenson's 'Stateless' is a cautionary reminder of how easily one can become a stranger in your own home.
That Shelf put together a list of the 5 best horror movies we've watched in 2020.
On the surface, The Hunt seems like the straight-forward hack 'em ups like The Purge, but director Craig Zobel (Z for Zachariach, Homestar Runner) has a little more on his mind.
The Night Clerk explores loneliness, voyeurism, and authenticity in a half-baked De Palma-style thriller.
Our critic reviews the film based on the Sonic the Hedgehog games on which he grew up.
Serves up a dish full of bitter truths, which its toxic chef (Aaron Abrahms) is reluctant to swallow.