Who will win? Who should win? From Game of Thrones to Pose to Killing Eve and Ozark, we break down the nominations from the Drama category at the 2019 Emmys!
That Shelf wants to send you and a friend to advance Canadian screenings of the new action comedy STUBER – starring Kumail Nanjiani and Dave Bautista – in Toronto, Vancouver, Montreal, Calgary, Edmonton, and Ottawa!
The MiB are back in Men in Black: International – but what age group is this movie made for? Should you take your kids to see it?
Don’t call it a sequel, but the MiB are back in Men in Black: International. Are the dynamic duo of Chris Hemsworth and Tessa Thompson fitting successors to Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones?
That Shelf brings you the complete list of the 2019 Academy Award nominations.
The Big Sick is still worth seeing even though every interview the writers have done spoils the ending.
“Mulder & Scully Meet The Were-Monster” falls short of its legendary pedigree.
The little bit of charm and humour present in the first Hot Tub Time Machine was syphoned out for this uninspired, unfunny sequel.
HBO’s Silicon Valley is exceptional. The jokes are highbrow and smart without being condescending or pandering, the emotional struggles are hooky without exploiting a central romance, and the episode premises and characters offer fresh takes on comedy staples without seeming overly familiar. But where are all the ladies?