That Shelf wants to send you and a friend to an advance screenings of Jordan Peele's US in Toronto and Montreal on Wednesday March 20th – courtesy of Universal Pictures!
Black Panther hits Blu-ray today so it's time to take another look at this cultural phenomenon and extras those who buy it will be rewarded with.
Our handy list of Black Panther spoilers will get you caught up on the biggest reveals that will shape the future of the MCU.
The Marvel Cinematic Universe continues to stay relevant with movies like Black Panther, one of their most refreshing efforts to date.
Black Panther will soon become the first movie in the Marvel Cinematic Universe to be headlined by a Black superhero. Here are 15 facts you need to know about Black Panther before seeing it!
Does Jon Favreau's work on Disney's live action Jungle Book make for a Dork Shelf-worthy Blu-ray?
The only aspect of Disney's live action update of The Jungle Book that doesn't get upstaged by the visual effects is Bill Murray.
Watch the brand new trailer for Star Wars: The Force Awakens right now!
Our Film and Performing Arts Editor gives his picks for what he thinks will win big at tomorrow night's Oscar ceremony. Please note: he is still not an expert.
Non-Stop is great. It’s not great in the way that a traditional award winning kind of film should be great, but it’s a near perfect bit of action entertainment that solidifies Liam Neeson’s status as one of the best leading men the genre has ever had.
And now for something a little different: A video review! Dork Shelf's own Brandon Bastaldo takes a look at Steve McQueen's slavery drama 12 Years a Slave starring Chiwetel Ejiofor and Michael Fassbender.
There’s no doubt in my mind that 12 Years a Slave will go down in history as a landmark film. Never before, and quite possibly never again, has the issue of African American slavery and the still present pain and anguish been this viscerally and brilliantly realized. Its effect is provocative, much like gazing into an unattended open wound that never quite heals itself, but rather reaches a point of stasis beyond which things couldn’t possibly get any worse no matter how awful a situation may be.