That Shelf's 100 favourite movies of the decade continues with a look at 2015!
The Movie After 14 long years, Brad Bird and company (ie Pixar) finally delivered that sequel to The Incredibles that everyone was clamouring for. On every superficial level, it was a rousing success. The film went on to gross over a billion dollars and presumably sold plenty of candy coloured superhero merchandise for Disney as […]
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On this episode of The Shelf, we speak with Disney-Pixar's Brad Bird about Incredibles 2 and Domee Shi about her short film Bao, the importance of empowering women in the animation industry, what's on her Dork Shelf, and much more.
Almost Adults is a cohesive debut film that shows our digital age's love and relationships in a fresh way, signalling a promising career for director Sarah Rotella.
Hurricane Bianca excels most when it oscillates between being John Waters level outlandish and an ode to 90’s era comedies such as Hocus Pocus and Election
On this episode we are joined by author Adrienne Kress and Bizarre Comics' Kris Johnson. We discuss our picks for comics, movies, TV from the best of 2015.
Dork Shelf's Editor-in-Chief Will Perkins, Film Editor Noah R. Taylor, and Games Editor Eric Weiss pick their favourite films of 2015.
Our expert critics Phil Brown and Jason Gorber give you the rundown on this year's movies.
We break down the reasons why the PIxar's Inside Out Blu-ray deserves a spot on your Dork Shelf.
Disney Infinity 3.0 improves on its predecessor and delivers an incredibly robust all-ages gaming experience that truly has something for everyone.
We take a look at some of the new features and characters coming to Disney Infinity 3.0.
On this episode we review Inside Out, take a look at the new show Killjoys, and we talk with animator Robb Pratt about his latest fan creation Flash Gordon Classic.
At the outset, Pixar's Inside Out is a bit silly and rambunctious, but as the story progresses and the theme is honed, it transcends its concept, making it not only the best Pixar movie in years, but one of the best films of 2015.
As Inside Out week continues at Dork Shelf, we present to you a video of our exclusive interview with Phyllis Smith who voices "Sadness" in the film.