Remember those movies that deserved to win Best Picture but didn't? The Academy is famous for making poor decisions, so we're looking back at the past decade to try to set the record straight and award the right movies and performers with Oscar gold.
No Time to Die sees Daniel Craig return to the role of Agent 007 in the James Bond franchises 25th installment.
Alita: Battle Angel fights her way into theatres this weekend. Based on a manga, it’s chock-full of cool fight sequences set in a gritty dystopian future. But should you take your kids to see it?
That Shelf wants to send you and a friend to advance screenings of Alita: Battle Angel in Toronto, Vancouver, and Montreal – courtesy of our friends at 20th Century Fox!
TIFF 2017: Downsizing Review.
On this episode we review Spectre and talk with Conor McCreery about his latest Assassin's Creed comic.
With James Bond going through the motions yet again in Spectre, it's time for them to kill their darling 007 and make way for a spy by another number.
Spectre could very well be Daniel Craig's swan song as Bond, and it just seems like his heart isn't in it... nor anyone else's for that matter.
A new trailer for James Bond's latest big screen adventure, SPECTRE, has hit the web. Watch it now!
Terry Gilliam's The Zero Theorem is a sprawling, thoughtful mess of a movie that tosses a cavalcade of ideas (both visual and philosophical) at the audience with almost reckless abandon.
Enter for a chance to win a copy of The Zero Theorem - the latest film from director Terry Gilliam - on DVD, courtesy of Dork Shelf and Mongrel Media!
Enter for a chance to win one of two copies of the animated hit Epic on Blu-Ray, courtesy of Dork Shelf and 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment!
Shoddy and forgettable, Epic might be one of the most ill titled films ever. It seems more like wishful thinking than an actual title. It's the first major high profile misfire of the summer.
It's not Quentin Tarantino's most accomplished film, but Django Unchained benefits from a slew of excellent performances and a playful looseness that his films often forego in favour of more elaborate plot structuring.
Dork Shelf talks to the one and only Quentin Tarantino about his latest film Django Unchained, the bridge between Inglorious Basterds and Django, what makes an effective spaghetti western, his rumoured casting choices, shooting on a real Southern plantation, moving his production due to a lack of snow, and the potential for a revival of westerns as a genre following his film.