Netflix's animated anthology film The House is a must for fans of independent animation with its offbeat trio of films about home.
Our look at The King's Man, a surprisingly ineffectual addition to the KM saga.
To celebrate the arrival of The King's Man, That Shelf wants to send you and a friend to see it before anyone else!
Silent Night uses gallows humour and an emotional heart to create a well-rounded British dark comedy that's unfortunately overshadowed by our current reality.
The King’s Man takes viewers back to World War I to explore the early days of the independent intelligence agency known as The Kingsman.
Director Tarsem Singh brings none of the visual flair we've come to know and love him for in this tired sci-fi body-switching action flick that's basically a remake of John Frankenheimer's superior Seconds.
Tarsem Singh's sci fi thriller Self/Less opens across the country on July 10, but we're giving away to tickets to advanced screenings in Toronto, Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, Winnipeg, Ottawa and Halifax.
We sit down with actors Matthew Goode and Allen Leech and Oscar nominated director Morton Tyldum to talk about their work on The Imitation Game.
Benedict Cumberbatch carries the day in the mostly effective period drama The Imitation Game.
Enter for a chance to see an advance screening of The Imitation Game in Toronto on December 10th, or in Ottawa, Halifax, Winnipeg, Calgary, Edmonton, or Vancouver on December 15th.
The Imitation Game Special Presentations Benedict Cumberbatch carries the day in a role that feels almost custom made for the sort of droll loner act he has been perfecting across his past several films and his hit TV series, Sherlock. Only this time, he’s certain to get some award season buzz because he’s playing noted […]
Dork Shelf talked to famed Korean director Chan-Wook Park (Oldboy) about where his desire to tell such dark stories springs from, why he selected Stoker for his North American debut, the casting process, his identifying with the work of Alfred Hitchcock, and his study of film criticism and philosophy.
Enter for a chance to win one of five pairs of passes to an advance screening of Stoker in Vancouver (on March 13th) or Calgary (on March 20th) courtesy of Dork Shelf and Fox Searchlight,
If Hitchcock was still alive he very well could have made Stoker, but with corpse reanimation still just a beautiful dream, Chan-wook Park fills the portly silhouette nicely. That’s high praise indeed and thankfully both the man and the film deserve it.
Enter for a chance to win one of five pairs of passes to see an advance screening of Stoker in Toronto on Thursday, February 28th at 7:00pm, courtesy of Dork Shelf and Fox Searchlight.