Marko Djurdjić revisits a century of filmmaking with "YOU Haven't Seen BLANK?!", a new monthly column on That Shelf exploring this year's Movie Milestones.
Streaming recommendations for Black History Month include Passing, The Harder They Fall, One of Ours, Lilies of the Field, and Set It Off.
Celebrating the release of Todd Haynes's new kaleidoscopic documentary on the band, That Shelf takes a look back at the violent beauty that is The Velvet Underground.
With dozens of featured acts to explore, rediscover, and fall in love with, here's a primer on the artists featured in "the best film of the year," Questlove's bold, brilliant “Summer of Soul.”
To celebrate the addition of Matt Wolf's Wild Combination (2008) to the Criterion Channel, Marko Djurdjic takes a dive into the eclectic world of avant-hero Arthur Russell.
To celebrate Hot Docs' screening of The Sparks Brothers, we take a look at the best tracks and albums featured in Edgar Wright's loving ode to Sparks.
While sifting through the tall grass of streaming content can be overwhelming, Courtney Small has put together a list of great films that you might consider streaming during Black History Month and beyond.
Shudder is closing out the year by dropping its best of 2020 lists.
To celebrate Halloween, That Shelf put together a list of 2020’s most enjoyable (and best-rated) horror-themed movies.
In the spirit of Halloween, That Shelf put together a list of 13 creepy video games available on Xbox Game Pass right now.
Netflix’s fall programming includes Nurse Ratched’s return, Aaron Sorkin's latest feature, and a new Jurassic Park animated series.
That Shelf writers select their favourite films of 2020 at the year's mid-point.
Here are five Tiger King facts that you might not know even if you've watched the insane Netflix documentary series!
Remember movie theatres? It’s only been about eight weeks since cinemas shuttered their doors but it already feels like eons ago.
Superstition tells us that bad things come in threes, but so do some good things, like when the Criterion Channel wants to highlight the essential works necessary to get to know a filmmaker by posting a collection of three films.