Did we miss anything? Here are 10 films of the 2010s that our friend Phil Brown couldn't in good conscience allow to be left behind from That Shelf’s retrospective.
Is director Danny Boyle's Beatles inspired musical Yesterday worth the "Ticket To Ride" or should you just "Let it Be"?
Yesterday is a fantasy/comedy/musical mashup featuring all kinds of Beatles' songs.
We break down the new Blu-ray for Steve Jobs to let you know if it's shelf-worthy.
Elena and Meg talk Room, the ladies-only Ocean's 11, the new Star Trek, Supergirl, and more.
Steve Jobs must face ghosts from his past on the eve of three historical product launches in Danny Boyle and Aaron Sorkin's Dickensian take on this modern mythological character.
Our film editor was asked to contribute to a list of dozens of "sleeper hits" that can currently be rented free of charge from Bay Street Video in Toronto. Given the vague definition of the term, here is why he chose his films on the list and gives recommendations for other films to pair alongside the free rentals.
This week at the video store we check out new Blu-Rays for recent releases Trance, To the Wonder, Oblivion, and Olympus Has Fallen, and two new Criterion releases for The Devil's Backbone and Lord of the Flies.
Trance is more of a return to basics and the beginning of his career for director Danny Boyle, but it's in service of far lesser material than he should be taking on at this point.
Enter for a chance to win one of ten pairs of passes to an advance screening of the latest film from director Danny Boyle, Trance in Calgary on Wednesday, April 10th or in Toronto and Vancouver on Thursday, April 11th at 7:00pm, courtesy of Dork Shelf and Fox Searchlight.
We talk to Dredd writer Alex Garland about his life long love affair with Britain's favourite futuristic judge, jury, and executioner and his trial and error process of finding the perfect story to tell.
In this week's archival DVD and Blu-ray column, Phil Brown looks at three cult favourites that break genre expectations: Danny Boyle's Shallow Grave, Hal Ashby's Harold and Maude, and the John Wayne classic Hondo.