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Fatal Attraction Series Review: A Watered-Down Reimagining
Paramount's modern spin on Fatal Attraction is a thoroughly misguided attempt at recharacterising the story through the lens of mental illness.
Sundance 2023: Sometimes I Think About Dying Review
Sometimes I Think About Dying tells an unconventional tale about love, companionship, and learning to feel comfortable in your own skin.
Rendezvous with Madness 2022: What to See at the Festival
Rendezvous with Madness 2022 kicks off its hybrid festival of in-person and virtual screenings this week. Here is what to see at the festival
My Brilliant Friend: Episode 3.02: “The Fever” Review
Lila does everything a woman isn’t supposed to do in a deeply patriarchal society. Episode 2 of My Brilliant Friend harnesses her strength.
On Isolation, Suicide, and “Spencer”
"If I have a breakdown, will there be someone to hold my hand?" Akash Singh offers a deeply personal take on Spencer and its portrayal of mental health.
Rendezvous With Madness 2021: Everything You Need to Know
Rendezvous With Madness 2021 runs from October 28th to November 7th and That Shelf has all the details you need to enjoy this year’s festival.
Sundance 2021: On the Count of Three Review
Jerrod Carmichael’s directorial debut is a dark comedy about two best friends facing an existential crisis.
So Long 2020: Positive Takeaways from a Garbage Year
That Shelf's Senior Critic Victor Stiff discusses how writing about pop culture helped him maintain his mental health throughout 2020.
A Rendezvous with Madness: Highlights from the 2020 Festival
It’s hard to think of a year better suited to the Rendezvous With Madness Festival than 2020. With a pandemic, protests, bushfires, and wildfires—event after event has slowly chipped away at our collective calm. Suitably this year's festival on the human capacity for endurance in the face of great challenges.
Judy Versus Capitalism Review
Judy Versus Capitalism is an astonishing accomplishment. Utterly heartbreaking, the film is a resounding act of bravery.
Hot Docs Presents the Third Edition of Free Mental Health Film Series
Hot Docs is teaming up with Bell Let’s Talk and Workman Arts for the third installment of the Free Mental Health Film Series.
Rendezvous With Madness 2019 Line-up
The 27th annual Rendezvous With Madness festival will feature movies, a visual arts exhibition, and a comedy showcase.
Hot Docs 2019: Quiet Storm: The Ron Artest Story Review
Quiet Storm: The Ron Artest Story details how mental illness affected an NBA star’s life and career.
The Defenders Review: Welcome to the Super Party
Was the Marvel Universe TV team-up series The Defenders worth the wait?