What easter eggs (or rather dragon eggs) did you miss on the latest episode of Game of Thrones? Find out in our video recap.
Arya plants a sword tree! Jon and Stannis become bros! And Littlefinger gives Sansa an offer that she absolutely should refuse! Watch our video recap of season 5 episode 3 - "High Sparrow" - with contributors Elena and Peter.
Arya returns! Braavos revealed! Jaime and Bronn start a buddy cop comedy! #PounceWatch2015! Watch our video recap of season 5 episode 2 - "The House of Black and White" - with contributors Elena and Peter.
Game of Thrones is back! Watch our video recap of season 5 episode 1 - "The Wars to Come" - with TV section contributors Elena and Peter!
Dork Shelf is thrilled to be able to offer one lucky reader (and a guest) the chance to attend an exclusive advance screening of the Game of Thrones season 5 premiere on Monday, March 30!
Pixels may not be good, but it's not the travesty some would make it out to be.
Reflections on a passionate relationship with a manipulative game.
Doing justice to its title, the Game of Thrones season finale passes the torch to the next generation of throne-gamers: “The Children” have finally ascended to vitally important roles, no longer playing the victims to the machinations of their parents. Happy Father’s Day!
The power of “The Watchers On The Wall” is that, after 38 episodes of being told again and again that good people are weak because of their codes, we are finally shown hope in the most unlikely of places.
“The Mountain and the Viper” is about history. Some people dwell on the past and worry, others look back and find identity. One specifically unfortunate man has allowed his past to fester, making him prone to a mind-crushing lust for vengeance.
Somewhere between a natural continuation of the story arc kicked off by the previous “proper” entry of a franchise and a complete and total retconning of the same lies X-Men: Days of Future Past. It’s a stronger film than its immediate and proper predecessor, but thanks to some time travelling and convenient plotting, it essentially undoes most of the plot elements that didn’t work the last time out.
“Mockingbird” is all about unfunny jokes: lies that are told to make sense of chaos and control the actions of others. Game of Thrones is not a funny show, but this episode illustrates that it still has a use for humour.
Game of Thrones: The Exhibition returns to the Bell Lightbox for the show’s fourth season. A virtual tour of The Wall, props from the Purple Wedding, and the hidden contents of a box make Westeros feel more real than ever.
“The Laws of Gods and Men” sticks with the season’s contemplative pacing, taking inventory of its characters past deeds while demonstrating how much catharsis a well written and performed monologue can evoke.
Dork Shelf and HBO Canada want to send one lucky fan and their guest to the opening of Game of Thrones: The Exhibition on Wednesday, May 14 at the TIFF Bell Lightbox.