On the latest episode of Big Little Lies, the families of Monterey are discovering that the world they've built for themselves is little more than a thin facade.
On the latest episode of Big Little Lies, the women of Monterey Bay prove they're very good at building walls around themselves, but without a proper foundation those walls will very quickly come crashing down.
HBO's Big Little Lies returns for a second season and the question then is this: is it as good as season one? Or, like many extensions of miniseries that have come before it, does it fall prey to its own success?
Director Kim Nguyen's The Hummingbird Project is a post-financial crisis thriller where success or failure literally hinge on milliseconds. But does a strong premise and two great leads mean a bear market or a bull market?
The predicament of how allies and rivals repair fresh wounds fuels the striking post-war drama The Aftermath starring Keira Knightley, Jason Clarke, and Alexander Skarsgård.
That Shelf wants to send you and a friend to an advance screening of The Aftermath in Toronto on Monday March 18th – courtesy of our friends at Fox Searchlight!
If there is such a thing as a good lie, is there such a thing as a good murder?
Big Little Lies is a beautifully shot, thought-provoking drama that contains knock out performances from some talented powerhouses.
In War on Everyone, Michael Peña and Alexander Skarsgård play the "Bad Cop/ Bad Cop" routine to occasionally hilarious effect.
How did a show that initially displayed such a nuanced understanding of evolving relationships (vampire or otherwise) become the incoherent mess we said goodbye to in August?
Both slavishly faithful to and thematically distant from Lois Lowry's almost seminal early 90s young adult bestseller, The Giver stands as proof that not every iconic text can work as a coherent film.
Enter for a chance to win a pair of passes to an advance screening of The Giver in Toronto, Ottawa, Halifax, Winnipeg, Edmonton, Calgary, Victoria, or Vancouver on Wednesday, August 13th at 7:00pm, courtesy of Dork Shelf and eOne Films!
The East is the kind of film that says a lot more with a whisper then it does with a scream, and while people may not be able to look past what the film’s ultimate message, in it’s quieter moments all of the emotional punches hit their marks.
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Sometimes a press release comes along that’s just too implausible to pass up. There’s just something about it that catches the eye or something in the content that contains a hard to refuse offer. Such is the case with this week’s direct to DVD release of the film 13. The release stated that the film starred Jason Statham, Mickey Rourke, Alexander Skarsgard and Michael Shannon in a remake of director Gela Babluani’s wonderful 2005 film 13 Tzameti with Babluani returning to helm the new version.