That Shelf's Managing Editor, Jason Gorber, enters the Martin Scorsese versus Marvel movies debate on CBC's Radio Q.
Martin Scorsese’s masterful film, The Irishman, is screening at Tiff Bell Lightbox ahead of its global Netflix debut, and it's more than worthy of a trip to the theatre.
Anchored by Cynthia Erivo’s strong performance, Harriet delivers a heroine who is worthy of a swashbuckling origin story.
ThatShelf.com Managing Editor Jason Gorber reviews Martin Scorsese's highly anticipated new film The Irishman – starring Robert De Niro, Al Pacino, and Joe Pesci – from the 2019 New York Film Festival!
Is this documentary about a Canadian music icon a worthy festival opener – and will it please longtime fans of The Band or The Last Waltz?
The Irishman director Martin Scorsese teams up with Hollywood heavyweights Robert De Niro, Al Pacino and Joe Pesci, to tell an epic crime story, in post-war America.
If you’re a cinephile who loves gritty crime flicks, gory monster movies, and mind-bending sci-fi, then Fantastic Fest 2019 is the only place to be.
Martin Scorsese defined Bruce Kirkland as a as a film critic, Bob Dylan as a man. Here he shares his personal journey
Rolling Thunder Revue: A Bob Dylan Story, the latest ‘documentary’ from Martin Scorsese, follows Bob Dylan and his circuslike troupe of artists as they embark on the famed musician's most deeply performative tour of his career.
On this episode of Black Hole Films, Dani Kind joins Jeremy to watch Raging Bull!
It's Pisces season! Pisces' are the dreamers of the Zodiac, full of intense emotions, they are attuned to vibes that can’t be seen with just your eyes. Here is a list of top ten movies to ease you into the energies of the season.
Silence opens across Canada January 6th, but you can attend an advanced screening courtesy of Paramount Pictures and Dork Shelf on January 4th in Montreal or January 5th in Toronto!
What are some of the best casino-themed movies of all time?
The two hour series premiere of HBO's Vinyl is nirvana for any Martin Scorsese fan.
Director Kent Jones on his new documentary Hitchcock/Truffaut,