We’ve encountered some strange movies on our journey, but few so unique as this week’s adventure. Join us as we meet Seth Rogen and his great grandfather Seth Rogen in 2020’s streaming exclusive An American Pickle, featuring dope themes by Michael “Jah-Keeno” Giacchino and a superb score by newcomer Nami Melumad! Find us on the […]
Our look at Edgar Wright's thriller LAST NIGHT IN SOHO, starring Thomasin McKenzie, Anya Taylor-Joy, Matt Smith, Diana Rigg and Michael Ajao.
Edgar Wright's supernatural mystery, Last Night in Soho, is a neon-soaked love letter to the psychological thrillers of the ‘60s and ‘70s.
Denis Villeneuve's Dune is the most adrenaline-pumping cinematic thrill ride since Mad Max: Fury Road.
Penny Lane’s film takes an oft-light-hearted look at Kenny G and his polarizing saxophone while asking the broader question of “what makes music good?”
Sebastien Pilote's Maria Chapdelaine should serve as the definitive big screen adaptation of Louis Hemon's novel.
Kicking Blood looks great but lacks bite.
The Electrical Life of Louis Wain is a supremely well-acted and colourful biopic that finds a way to spark something inside us all.
Celebrating Jessica Chastain with words and GIFs.
Our look at the TIFF 2021 opener DEAR EVAN HANSEN, the film adaptation of the Tony award-winning musical starring Ben Platt.
That Shelf wants to send you and a friend to an advance screening of DEAR EVAN HANSEN!
How do you create slow cinema at the speed of sound? Apichatpong Weerasethakul delivers a mysterious and hauntingly elusive work with Memoria. The Colombia-set film, the first English/Spanish work from the Thai director, imagines the sound of memory. Such a statement might sound ridiculously pretentious, but this is a Weerasethakul film after all. Memoria echoes […]
Malignant director James Wan talks to That Shelf about his horror influences and the art of crafting scares.
Don't trust the trailers on James Wan's latest. Malignant is going to be the most original and divisive film of the summer.
Managing Editor Jason Gorber brings us his first, spoiler-free look at Denis Villeneuve's anticipated rendition of Frank Herbert's epic Dune.