That Shelf's 100 favourite movies of the decade continues with a look at 2015!
In the final True Detective Horror Diary of the season, we examine the horror genre tradition of withholding closure in endings.
Wayne Hays needs an exorcism. The old Vietnam war veteran, ex-detective and subject of a forthcoming true crime docuseries is haunted by ghosts as he tries to piece together the narrative pieces of the homicide case that defined is life and marriage.
For the highly anticipated third season of True Detective, That Shelf and our friends at Everything is Scary are teaming up to examine the scarier elements in what we agree to be a landmark of horror television.
Jeremy Saulnier's scrappy follow up to Blue Ruin, Green Room is an excellent genre flick, but there's not much to boast about on the new Blu-ray disc save for one redeeming feature.
Trailers and clips for TIFF 2015's Midnight Madness line-up.
Green Room TIFF 2015 review.
Somewhere between a coal black American pastoral and the restrained brutality of a Nicolas Winding Refn film, Jeremy Saulnier’s Blue Ruin is a chilling, minimalist, and bloody revenge thriller and cat and mouse game taking place in bucolic rural and suburban settings.
We talk to writer/director Jeremy Saulnier and actor Macon Blair about their work on the subdued revenge thriller Blue Ruin and about the film’s subdued nature, the creation of Blair’s character, trusting the audience to come to the right conclusions, and where Bliar’s exceptional on-screen facial hair now resides in Saulnier’s house.
Blue Ruin Vanguard Director: Jeremy Saulnier Somewhere between a coal black American pastoral and the restrained brutality of a Nicolas Winding Refn film, Saulnier’s sophomore effort is a chilling, minimalist, and bloody revenge thriller and cat and mouse game taking place in bucolic rural and suburban settings. Dwayne (Macon Blair) has been driven mad after […]