Oscar-winning director Sam Mendes brings Benedict Cumberbatch, Richard Madden, and Colin Firth on board his World War I epic.
This week we're taking our martinis shaken, not stirred, in our first foray into the world of 007 and John Barry's classic score.
On this week's episode, Mathew and Justin talk about a forgotten Roger Moore mystery: The Naked Face!
This week, we dive into the Disney Network classic Kim Possible and pull from drastically different influences.
This week on Loose Cannons, Mathew and Justin watch the 1979 sex comedy Gas Pump Girls!
On this episode we review Spectre and talk with Conor McCreery about his latest Assassin's Creed comic.
With James Bond going through the motions yet again in Spectre, it's time for them to kill their darling 007 and make way for a spy by another number.
Spectre could very well be Daniel Craig's swan song as Bond, and it just seems like his heart isn't in it... nor anyone else's for that matter.
A new trailer for James Bond's latest big screen adventure, SPECTRE, has hit the web. Watch it now!
Since mainstream new releases seem to have us singing the blues, here are a few neat classical and nostalgic options, with Cineplex continuing their annual Great Digital Film Festival and the TIFF Bell Lightbox showcasing the works of Paul Verhoeven and the unsung, pioneering African American filmmaker Oscar Micheaux.
Enter for a chance to win Skyfall on Blu-ray courtesy of Dork Shelf and 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment!
We take a look inside the TIFF Bell Lightbox's Designing 007: 50 Years of Bond Style exhibit looking at all things shaken and stirred, and we talk with head of Lightbox Film Programming Jesse Wente about bringing the exhibit to Toronto and some of his personal favourites from the exhibit.
In honour of the release of the latest 007 adventure, the TIFF Bell Lightbox takes a look at some of the other spy thrillers that came out of the legacy of James Bond in Beyond Bond: The Other Secret Agents.
Skyfall is one hell of a movie going experience—the best entry in the James Bond franchise without a shadow of a doubt.
We finish up our in-depth look at the BOND 50 Blu-ray box set this Thanksgiving with a look at the British super spy from 1982's Octopussy through to 2008's Quantum of Solace. Our film and arts editor ranks his films from best to worst at the end, and so do you with a list of our Dork Shelf readers' favourites ranked in terms of votes as to which was the best.