Surveying Criterion Channel's neonoir collection, which includes genre-spinning films like Cotton Comes to Harlem, Night Moves, and Blow Out.
What are some of our favourite movies of 2013? We've cleared off some space on That Shelf for our 100 favourite movies of the decade. Here's our 2013 picks!
Atticus Mitchell joins Jeremy to watch A SERIOUS MAN!
It's Taurus season, which means movies that will get you chilling out and enjoying the beauty of physical world. Here are the top 10 Taurus movies!
Tomorrow morning, millions of people all over the world are going to have a wonderful gift beamed directly to them in the form of The Ballad of Buster Scruggs. We unravel the Coen brothers' Netflix western anthology yarn by yarn.
TIFF 2017: Suburbicon Review.
The Coen bros may not be at the top of their game for Hail, Caesar!, but even a minor work from these major filmmakers is worth a second (or third) look.
Our look back at our favourite Coen Brother films continues with Miller's Crossing.
In honour of this week's release of Hail, Caesar, Dork Shelf's critics will be writing about some of their past favourite Coen Bro movies, starting with the 1996 classic Fargo.
Spielberg remains essential to the tapestry of American film, but is the new Bridge of Spies Blu-ray essential to your collection?
With this new treatment of 2013's Inside Llewyn Davis, The Coens finally have a film in the Criterion Collection, was it worth the wait?
Should we hold Spielberg to a higher standard just because he's Spielberg? Jason Gorber's review of Bridge of Spies examine this and other questions.
Going through True Detective withdrawal? Good news! To help get you through this rough time, we’ve compiled a list of five miniseries to fill that empty spot in your heart with.
In this month's round-up of the best in home entertainment we look at wartime classic The Great Escape, the little known Sam Raimi/Coen Brothers team-up Crimewave, the criminally underrated Arnold Schwarzenegger vehicle The Last Stand, Jackie Chan's Police Story films, the cult favourite Repo Man, Spalding Gray's Swimming to Cambodia, and Godard's Band of Outsiders.
We talk to film writer Adam Nayman (The Grid, Cinema Scope) about the latest installement of his public series of cinematic classes, In Nayman's Terms (kicking off this coming Monday at Toronto's Miles Nadal JCC), which focuses on the work of America's most well known tandem auteurs: Joel and Ethan Coen.