Crimson Peak offers up more proof that Guillermo del Toro is one of the most exciting filmmakers in the business.
Dork Shelf's resident Hannibal expert Peter Counter joins Eric to discuss the Hannibal finale and everything that made it great.
What's that? E3 is next week? Oh well. We still stand behind every one of these foolproof predictions.
Eric and Jon discuss P.T. and the unexpected joys of watching other people play video games on YouTube.
Eric and Jon talk Shadow of Mordor, Escape the Room games, and the bizarre case of P.T./Silent Hills.
Enter for a chance to win a pair of tickets to any screening at the Cineplex Great Digital Film Festival, happening this year from January 30th to February 5th!
The Book of Life is a vibrant, charming, and surprisingly progressive animated adventure the whole family can enjoy.
In honour of Thanksgiving, here are some of the games we're thankful for.
We talk to TIFF Bell Lightbox Head of Film Programming (and massive dork at heart) Jesse Wente about round 2 of the Lightbox's now comprehensive look at the films of Studio Ghibli. We also talk about what the films mean to him, the iconography behind My Neighbor Totoro and Grave of the Fireflies, hidden gems in the program people might not be aware of, how the films of Studio Ghibli encompass the very goals the TIFF Bell Lightbox strives towards as an organization, and why he’s honoured to be a part of this showcase of films by not only a great filmmaker, but one of the greatest artists the world has ever known.
Despite a cliche, overly melodramatic story and grating comedic relief characters, Pacific Rim is still a more than worthy summer blockbuster.
Enter for a chance to win one of five copies of Mama on DVD courtesy of Dork Shelf and eOne Films. One lucky grand prize winner will also receive a mini-poster signed by producer Guillermo del Toro and actor Nikolaj Coster-Waldau!
Deceptively simple, but effective on the surface, Mama has a lot more depth than one would expect thanks to sharp writing and a great lead performance from Academy Award nominee Jessica Chastain. It revives the "creepy child" horror movie from the jaws of tedium.
Enter for a chance to win one of five pairs of passes to catch an advance screening of the supernatural thriller Mama in Toronto, Ottawa, Halifax or Winnipeg on Thursday, January 17th courtesy of Dork Shelf and eOne Films!
While dividing Tolkien's most childish and thinnest material into three films seems like a strange decision, Peter Jackson makes it mostly work with The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, which still manages to be a lot of fun. That new high-frame rate 3D? Not so much.
Is Papo & Yo by Minority Media the game world's Pan's Labyrinth?