El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie follows Jesse Pinkman immediately after the series’ epic finale.
Sienna Miller has rarely been given the chance to shine in her own lead role, but in American Woman she offers, perhaps, the best work of her career.
Has there ever been a series as bafflingly beautiful, yet maddeningly nonsensical, as Westworld? The new trailer for the highly anticipated third season just dropped.
To celebrate the release of Tomb Raider starring Alicia Vikander, we put together a list of the 15 worst video game movies of all time.
The badass heist thriller Triple 9 hits Blu-ray May 31st and we have copies to give away courtesy of Elevation Pictures.
While it doesn't quite reach Dr. Strangelove levels of absurdity, Eye in the Sky takes a tongue-in-cheek approach to modern drone warfare.
Dork Shelf and eOne Films want to send you to an advanced screening of Eye in the Sky!
Is there more going for heist flick Triple 9 than just its all star ensemble cast?
Dork Shelf and Elevation Pictures want to send you to advanced screenings of TRIPLE 9 on February 24!
Eye In The Sky TIFF 2015 review
There's nothing bad about Exodus: Gods and Kings, but there's nothing particularly original about it, either.
Need for Speed (Scott Waugh, 2014) – There are few things more thrillingly cinematic than a car chase, which is why it’s odd that so many movies based around that twisted metal movie thrill tend to be so dull. Need for Speed is a perfect example. Here’s a movie directed by a former stunt man […]
On this 200th episode we review Need for Speed starring Aaron Paul, Dominic Cooper and Michael Keaton with guests Dork Shelf Film Editor Andrew Parker and Bizarre Comics' Kris Johnson. We also look back at the Toronto ComiCON.
Need for Speed is both better than any racing video game adaptation really has any right to be and yet it’s still what most audience members who buy a ticket for it will be expecting.
Actor Aaron Paul and director Scott Waugh sit down with us to talk about their video game adaptation Need for Speed, and about the film’s old school feel, how Paul gets into character when so many cameras are on him, the most dangerous stunt they attempted together. They also bicker about who gets to keep the nicest car in the movie.