Director Shaka King’s bio-pic Judas and the Black Messiah tells the story of Black Panther Party icon Fred Hampton from the perspective of the FBI informant sent to take him down.
One for the Road is a thoughtful and earnest road trip movie that takes viewers on a rocky, though satisfying, journey.
Legendary filmmaker John Carpenter drops the stunning animated music video Alive After Death in advance of his upcoming album.
When’s the last time we got a film as dark, sexy, and dangerous as Promising Young Woman?
Meryl Streep, Nicole Kidman, Andrew Rannells, and (unfortunately) James Corden star in Netflix musical.
Canada’s coolest festival, WFF 2020, announces its Content Summit Lineup and First Wave of Industry Guests.
Shudder’s November programming includes a classic Stephen King adaptation, a stylish neo-spaghetti western, and a documentary deep dive into The Exorcist.
To celebrate Halloween, That Shelf put together a list of 2020’s most enjoyable (and best-rated) horror-themed movies.
Tom Hanks reunites with director Paul Greengrass in News of the World.
First teaser and images for Ryan Murphy's The Prom.
Here's our spoiler-free review of one of the most anticipated films of this very odd cinema season – Christopher Nolan's TENET.
It’s not just marriages that are made in heaven, some film collaborations are as well, and the artform rarely benefited more from two artists collaborating than when Austrian émigré screenwriter Emeric Pressburger was paired up with English director Michael Powell.
After drolly skewering art curators in The Square, Claes Bang roasts art critics in The Burnt Orange Heresy.
Shudder’s August line-up features a shot-in-quarantine Zoom-séance flick, an ultra-violent comic book adaptation, and a classic J-horror series.
Midnight Express meets Spotlight in this riveting thriller.