Come get to know the voices of the latest podcast on the Dork Shelf podcast network as Susan and Peter talk about their favourite shows ever, the Golden Globes, and more!
On this episode of No-Budget Nightmares, it's Chester Novell Turner's 1987 microbudget anthology film Tales from the Quadead Zone!
The final installment of TIFF's POP series showcased a series of experimental films that make the most of Virtual Reality.
The Walking Dead is best watched like a zombie.
As we wait for answers about a major character death on The Walking Dead is it becoming clear that we're tired of permanent death on TV?
Desmond from Lost shows that living with trauma doesn't make you into a monster.
Telltale's latest is the perfect template for TV-to-Game adaptations.
And now, all the film, game, and comic news that’s fit to print. Star Wars Episode VII finds a director, THQ auctions off big name game franchises, Nintendo unveils new Wii U titles, The Sixth Gun gets an NBC pilot, and Rob Liefeld writes a screenplay.
As I said in my review, the first episode of Doctor Who Series Six —"The Impossible Astronaut" — was filled with elaborate narrative arcs and characters on the brink of disaster. The second part to this two-parter serial — "Day of the Moon" — does nothing in the way of answering questions or alleviating any of the tension introduced in the previous episode.
We caught up with Stargate Universe actor David Blue at Fan Expo this year and were very pleased to discover that he more than lives up to his character's dorky reputation. Blue plays resident geek Eli Wallace on the sci-fi series, helping to save the Destiny with his genius and dropping delightfully nerdy references in a charming, yet slightly inept attempt to lighten the mood of his fellow space castaways.
Will, Jeff, Lucas and Noah sit down to discuss the Oscar nomination, the return of Lost, Mass Effect 2, Star Trek Online and its effects on social lives, Iron Man's suit redesign and what people can expect from Iron Man 2.
Friend of Dork Shelf and fellow dork in her own right, Christie St. Martin, has posted an epic TV character grudge match over at her newly redesigned site. What would happen if you pitted Benjamin Linus from Lost, master deceiver and manipulator extraordinaire against Lie To Me‘s Dr. Cal Lightman, a human Lie Detector? Having […]