Don’t trust any one person who claims they’re on top of all the new movies and TV series hitting theatres and streaming services. To make life easier, the team at That Shelf will pool their collective knowledge, and chime in with the latest – and straight up late – additions to the pop culture conversation.
Round 4 of Movies vs. Matrimony brings Pauline's third win in a row and Daniel's undoing!
Hell or High Water comes out on Blu-ray today, so we took a look at the highest grossing indie film of 2016 to see if it's Shelf-worthy.
Star Trek Beyond boldly gets to the heart of what makes the franchise great.
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One of the greatest rescues in the U.S. Coast Guard's history is given the Disney treatment for The Finest Hours, read our review to find out if the Chris Pine-led vehicle sinks or swims.
Z for Zachariah hits Blu-ray today, our disc junkie Phil Brown breaks it down for you.
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Craig Zobel's Z For Zachariah didn't get much buzz at Sundance and is being dumped out with the summer dregs, but don't dismiss what might be one of the best films of 2015.
Enter for a chance to catch an advance screening of Into the Woods in Toronto, Ottawa, Winnipeg, Calgary, Edmonton, or Vancouver on December 17th, courtesy of Dork Shelf and Walt Disney Studios Canada.
You get the sense from watching Horrible Bosses 2 that no one in this movie really wants to be there.
It’s tough to tell if hardcore fans of Jack Ryan will be delighted or disgusted when it comes to Kenneth Branagh’s reboot of Tom Clancy’s beloved spy. Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit has some decent moments or action and a solid lead in Chris Pine, but it’s far too inconsistent and formulaic to be a good film.
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Alex James is baffled as to why so many people seemed so opposed to the new direction J.J. Abrams has decided to take in his Trek films - and boy oh boy, are they ever opposed. This piece isn't so much a review of Star Trek: Into Darkness as a critical defense of ideas in an era dominated by safe choices.
A step above J.J. Abrams first outing with the franchise, Star Trek Into Darkness delivers a fun story, a great villain, and an ending that will be analyzed and pondered over by fans of the series for quite some time.