We've got an exclusive clip from the upcoming episode of Preacher.
"You don’t prepare for a chainsaw fight with a vampire," Preacher stars Tom Brooke and Anatol Yusef on Fiore and DeBlanc's big fight with Cassidy, Muhammad Ali's gloves, and more.
We spoke to Into the Badlands star Emily Beecham, the woman behind The Widow, to see what it takes to rule in the far flung, martial arts obsessed future.
On this episode we review The Missing Girl and talk with Dork Shelf Editor-in-Chief Will Perkins about the 40th Toronto International Film Festival.
We're thrilled to announce a partnership between ourselves and the fine folks at Geek Hard that will see the podcast version of their weekly show featured on the site! If you're going to geek out, GEEK HARD!
DorkShelf.com opposes the proposed US SOPA/PIPA bills. It is our belief, along with many others, that this legislation poses an imminent threat to a free and open internet and would do very little to curb piracy or copyright infringement. Given the intentionally vague wording of the bills, the possibility of abuse of such laws and […]
In the thriling conclusion of Wednesday's show, we are again joined by members of the Toronto Roller Derby. The gang discusses the dynamics of the sport of derby, the origins of the derby girl, and the common nerdom we share.
Joining Gavin and Jeff this week are members of the Toronto Roller Derby. The gang discusses the dynamics of the sport of derby, the secret origins of the derby girls, and, well there was so much stuff we had to spread it out over two episodes. So check back here this Friday for the part two!
One night only! On Nov. 14th, enjoy two nostalgic time capsules of early gaming culture. First, get ready to point out the impossibility of getting 50,000 points in Double Dragon in only a few minutes during the 1989 Fred Savage vehicle (and Super Mario Bros. 3 commercial) The Wizard, and then stick around to see an early foray in to …CG animation in the cult classic The Last Starfighter – a film that finally vindicates the educational value of video games.
One night only! On Nov. 14th, enjoy two nostalgic time capsules of early gaming culture. First, get ready to point out the impossibility of getting 50,000 points in Double Dragon in only a few minutes during the 1989 Fred Savage vehicle (and Super Mario Bros. 3 commercial) The Wizard, and then stick around to see an early foray in to ...CG animation in the cult classic The Last Starfighter - a film that finally vindicates the educational value of video games.
If you’re reading this then you have probably already noticed that the site looks a little bit different. Okay, so it looks a lot different. Thanks to the efforts of designer extraordinaire Paul Pritchard we have a totally revamped look for DorkShelf.com! Aside from the visual overhaul, we have also added new functionality to the […]
The server move is complete! If everything worked—and I’m assuming it did because you’re reading this—the site should look identical; it’s an evil clone of our old self, complete with goatee and sash. Humble apologies for the extended downtime, but sadly, transferring a domain name is not something that can be accomplished over night. Our […]
Dork Shelf was conceived in a bar over beer and breakfast nearly one year ago. That’s right, drinking before noon led to what you see now. Inappropriate alcohol-consumption aside, we’ll be marking the actual anniversary of the site based on when the first post happened, which was in fact one year ago today. I want […]
On behalf of the team here at Dork Shelf, I’d like to wish everyone a happy holidays and a very happy new year! It’s hard to believe that it has been ten months since we opened for “business”. I’d also like to take this opportunity to thank all of our readers, commenters and contributors. We […]
DorkShelf.com just wanted to thank everyone for coming out to Visioneers and Zach Galifianakis: Live at the Purple Onion last night. We had a great turnout for the event. Congratulations to our trivia contest winners who went home with a copy of Live at the Purple Onion on DVD and the Dork Shelf Gift Bag; […]