Shudder’s November programming includes a classic Stephen King adaptation, a stylish neo-spaghetti western, and a documentary deep dive into The Exorcist.
Every year has one film that is painful to review, and for 2020, it’s Monkey Beach.
Sound of Metal sees Emmy-winning actor Riz Ahmed turn in yet another powerhouse performance.
Caroline Link's latest film is intelligent cinema for all ages.
Creepy kids in a horror movie are a given but sometimes they’re just not creepy enough and neither are the monsters that lurk in the shadows.
Kurt Smeaton joins Jeremy for The Omen!
Ben and Daniel revisit Sam Raimi's second Spider-Man film!
Could Deepa, Nadia, or Maria have a date with Oscar?
Anne Hathaway gets campy in update of Roald Dahl classic.
Sacha Baron Cohen's Borat returns after a 14-year hiatus for a caustic, scathing, ultimately hilarious indictment of Trump's America.
Mrs. de Winter can't escape the ghost of Rebecca and audiences won't be able to escape the ghost of Hitchcock.
To celebrate Halloween, That Shelf put together a list of 2020’s most enjoyable (and best-rated) horror-themed movies.
ThatShelf.com Managing Editor Jason Gorber looks at Emma Seligman’s breakout comedy, Shiva Baby, playing at TJFF 2020.
That Shelf's deep dive into Borat 2, premiering just prior to the American Election. Watch the film, cringe at Rudy Giuliani's boorish behaviour, and then join in the discussion about the two films in the series!
Tom Hanks reunites with director Paul Greengrass in News of the World.