Dan Levy makes his feature directorial debut withGood Grief, an exploration of grief, loss, and what it means to figure life out.
Rebel Moon: Part One - A Child of Fire just isn't the epic franchise starter filmmaker Zack Snyder wishes it was.
Director J. A. Bayona and subject Roberto Canessa spoke to That Shelf about their involvement in Society of the Snow, now playing in select theaters.
Julia Roberts, Mahershala Ali, and Ethan Hawke star in the unnerving end-of the-world thriller Leave the World Behind.
All The Light We Cannot See stars Aria Mia Loberti and Louis Hofmann sat down with That Shelf to talk about Netflix's hit miniseries.
Get exclusive insights into Adam Sandler's newest animation, Leo, straight from the directors and Sandler himself!
We sat down with Scott Pilgrim creator Bryan Lee O'Malley to discuss how he shook up his own universe in Scott Pilgrim Takes Off, now on Netflix.
Jason Gorber sits down with May December stars Natalie Portman, Julianne Moore, Charles Melton and Todd Haynes. Watch the interview now!
In its final stretch, The Crown fails both Princess Diana and its audience.
Scott Pilgrim Takes Off, Netflix's anime adaptation of the cult classic graphic novels, is the best three-plus-hour binge-watch of the year.
Julianne Moore and Natalie Portman star in Todd Haynes' wickedly fun camp comedy May December, which tackles the contrast between performances and reality.
Chief Film Critic Jason Gorber spoke to director Todd Haynes about May December, a darkly comic tale of lust, possession and obsession. Watch now!
Spooky season wraps up with the adaptation of Stephanie Perkins' There's Someone Inside Your House on Hazel and Katniss and Harry and Starr Podcast!
That Shelf and Netflix want to send fans to see an advanced screening of The Fall of the House of Usher, a new horror mini-series based on the works of Edgar Allan Poe, on Tuesday, October 10!
Pain Hustlers isn’t the worst movie ever made, but simply one that never bothers to justify its existence. Isn’t that worse?