A review of the latest – and potentially final – outing in the Jurassic series: Jurassic World Dominion.
Jurassic World Dominion is the most ambitious Jurassic Park movie since the original, yet the stakes have never felt lower.
The 2022 Toronto Jewish Film Festival opens with Plan A Yoav Paz and Doron Paz's dramatization of post-war revenge against the Nazis starring August Diehl in a commanding performance.
That Shelf wants to send you and a friend to see an advance screening of Universal Horror's The Black Phone! Find out how you can win a chance to attend in Toronto, Vancouver, or Montreal!
Baz Luhrmann tells us about his desire to film a certain rock musical (*cough*JCS*cough*) and how he goes about using music in his latest epic, Elvis.
Idris Elba and Tilda Swinton, filmmaker George Miller, and screenwriter Augusta Gore on their story about stories, Three Thousand Years of Longing.
Nyla Innuksuk's Northern sci-fi romp SLASH/BACK makes a splash at Blue Mountain Film Festival.
Jen and Ian MacIntyre join Jeremy for L.A. Story!
That Shelf wants to send you and a friend to see an advance screening of Lightyear! Enter now for a chance to attend in Toronto, Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton or Montreal on June 15.
Ben and Daniel revisit Suicide Squad!
A quirky, explosive comedy, Everybody Hates Johan is a welcome treat at this year's Blue Mountain Film Festival.
A look at Amy Jephta's Barakat from the Blue Mountain Film Festival.
With Crimes of the Future, David Cronenberg reminds us that he's Canada's best and boldest filmmaker. And who expected Kristen Stewart and Don McKellar to be such a dream team?
Crimes of the Future star Viggo Mortensen joins us to discuss his latest collaboration with Canada's favourite auteur, David Cronenberg.
An interview with Crimes of the Future star Léa Seydoux at the Cannes Film Festival on her first work with David Cronenberg.