That Shelf Managing Editor Jason Gorber appeared on Turkish TV to talk all things Cannes – from the Palme d'Or winner Parasite, director Quentin Tarantino's latest bit of magic, and some of the thematic elements that tied the films of the 2019 Cannes Film Festival together.
ThatShelf.com's Jason Gorber asks Quentin Tarantino and Leonardo DiCaprio about Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, inhabiting the Tarantinoverse, and referencing their own work!
Managing Editor Jason Gorber shares his thoughts on director Quentin Tarantino's ninth film – the star-studded Once Upon a Time in Hollywood – from the 2019 Cannes Film Festival!
Quentin Tarantino’s latest film resurrects Sharon Tate, Steve McQueen, and Bruce Lee.
Revenge is a dish best served cold... And on the big screen! Here are the 15 Best Revenge Movies of All Time.
Before The Flood TIFF 2016 Review.
Is The Revenant the movie that finally earns Leonardo DiCaprio his Oscar? Maybe, but it's also so much more than that.
Forget Grand Theft Auto. We'd happily watch a BBC drama about any of these development houses.
We kick off this Home Entertainment round-up with two Martin Scorsese comedies - The King of Comedy and The Wolf of Wall Street - before looking at new releases for Sam Raimi's Darkman, Howard Hawks' El Dorado, Will Ferrell and Adam McKay's Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues, and Paul Schrader's remake of Cat People. There's also some B-movie goodness with looks at Alec Baldwin in The Shadow, the 1980s horror flick Night of the Demons, and the made for TV 1973 thriller The Horror at 37,000 Feet
Martin Scorsese's best and most thoroughly insane film in years, The Wolf of Wall Street isn't for everyone and is bound to be misread by people not willing to think about the rampant greed, avarice, and drug use on display, but for those who can stomach the breakneck paced three hours with one of the worst human beings in screen history, it's a very rewarding experience.
Enter for a chance to win a pair of passes to an advance screening of The Wolf of Wall Street on Thursday, December 19th in Toronto, Ottawa, or Montreal, courtesy of Dork Shelf and Paramount Pictures.
While still technically an alright movie overall and somewhat subdued by its director's usual flashy standards, Baz Luhrmann's big screen adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby still proves that there's something completely unfilmable about the source material in spite of some pitch perfect casting and stylistic choices.
It's not Quentin Tarantino's most accomplished film, but Django Unchained benefits from a slew of excellent performances and a playful looseness that his films often forego in favour of more elaborate plot structuring.
Dork Shelf talks to the one and only Quentin Tarantino about his latest film Django Unchained, the bridge between Inglorious Basterds and Django, what makes an effective spaghetti western, his rumoured casting choices, shooting on a real Southern plantation, moving his production due to a lack of snow, and the potential for a revival of westerns as a genre following his film.
By popular demand, enter for a chance to win one of ten pairs of passes to see an advance screening of Quentin Tarantino's Django Unchained on Thursday, December 20th in Ottawa, Winnipeg, or Toronto, courtesy of Dork Shelf and Alliance Films.