In this month's "YOU Haven't Seen BLANK?!" Marko Djurdjic watches Steven Soderbergh's sweat-inducing, butt-shaking 2012 opus, MAGIC MIKE, for the very first time.
To celebrate the arrival of Sing 2, That Shelf wants to send you and a friend to see it before anyone else!
Here's our in-depth look at the technology, the limitations and frustrations, and the wonderful moments that make up the The Hobbit on 4K Blu-ray release!
Frenetically-paced and wildly convoluted, Guy Ritchie's latest still manages to be entertaining thanks to a scene-stealing turn by and against-type Hugh Grant.
Welcome to Series 2! We start off with a bang courtesy of Hans Zimmer's critically-acclaimed score to Christopher Nolan's time-travel epic Interstellar!
The Beach Bum's cast turn in over-the-top performances in one of 2019's most bizarre comedies.
Serenity is the worst film of 2019 – and will be for quite some time.
Happy Marijuana Legalization Day, Canada! What better way to celebrate than watching the trailer for POT-ential cult classic cannabis comedy The Beach Bum, brought to you by absurdist indie filmmaker Harmony Korine (Spring Breakers). Matthew McConaughey portrays the titular bum, Moondog, looking like he raided Guy Fieri’s wardrobe as he gets into all sorts of […]
White Boy Rick TIFF 2018 Review.
Stop motion studio LAIKA continues to merge art and entertainment with Kubo and the Two Strings, an increasingly rare kind of cinema that needs to be supported by audiences if we're to get any more of it.
If you went into this season of True Detective expecting a satisfying conclusion to a complex mystery then you were watching it wrong
True Detective shows us the protective power of love in an action packed penultimate episode.
“Church in Ruins” isn't going to change the minds of viewers who have turned to hate-watching True Detective but lovers of Nic Pizzolatto’s brand of nihilism porn will find it exhilarating.
Ray Velcoro is set on a heroic path in the face of overwhelming darkness in "Other Lives."
We live in a chaotic world in which bad things happen for absolutely no coherent reason. The fourth hour of True Detective season two, “Down Will Come,” is remarkable in illustrating this concept.