On the 35th anniversary of its release, That Shelf takes a retrospective look at Rob Reiner's coming-of-age masterpiece, "Stand By Me."
This week we celebrate our 100th episode in true comPOSERS fashion: by covering a film and soundtrack that nobody cares about. Not even us. Join us anyway, as romcomPOSERS month continues, for Alan Silvestri's Serendipity.
Actress Kate Hudson sure does have the market cornered on romantic movies, doesn't she? That Shelf's Dara Moats has complied a Hudson-free list of Love Stories, rid of the Goldie-daughter's infectious smile and affability, but full of many other lovely things to embrace from other, less Kate-ian actors.
Grab your boom box and throw it in the garbage. This isn't Say Anything. It's Grosse Pointe Blank.
After many years relegated to just being a Basic Blu, Criterion has re-released Robert Altman's 1992 Hollywood skewering comedy The Player with a bevy of new extras joining some great archival ones.
Chicago meets Iraq in this Greek play set in modern day, Chi-raq is one of Spike Lee's most powerful and funniest films in a long time.
While discussing Chi-Raq Spike Lee doesn't agree with everything we say and can't answer all of our questions, but we still bonded over a shared love for Samuel L. Jackson, Francis Ford Coppola, and the Crooklyn soundtrack.
Dragon Blade stars Jackie Chan and come out on Blu-ray January 19th! Enter our contest to win your own copy of this new action epic.
Just a few of the snaps we took of last night's Canadian Screen Award winners followed by the full list of winners.
We talk to actors John Cusack and Robert Pattinson about their work on David Cronenberg's Maps to the Stars
We talk to filmmaker David Cronenberg about his work on Maps to the Stars.
Enter for a chance to win run-of-engagement passes to see Maps to the Stars and a David Cronenberg prize pack, courtesy of Dork Shelf and eOne Films.
Maps to the Stars Gala From the cold, calculating, and cynical brain of David Cronenberg comes an unexpected Hollywood satire. At first, it’s jarring to see Cronenberg staging a gleefully foul mouthed and filthy comedy amidst a group of drugged up, self-obsessed, La-La-land phonies. The script from Bruce Wagner is not particularly funny, but an […]
TIFF didn't announce an opening night film alongside today's announcements of Galas and Special Presentations for their 2014 festival this September, but they announced plenty to get people excited for the event.
Lee Daniels' The Butler is a strange kind of film that tries to avoid the standard pitfalls of the biopic by being somewhat irreverent, and it nearly succeeds.