On this week's episode we return to the 90s to watch a shiny new James Bond save the world to the tune of spy-themed elevator music.
Revisit all 24 official James Bond films while eagerly awaiting 007's next outing, No Time to Die!
Today we explore ways of bringing the hit TV show Remington Steele to the big screen.
With James Bond going through the motions yet again in Spectre, it's time for them to kill their darling 007 and make way for a spy by another number.
Enter for a chance to win a copy of The November Man on Blu-Ray, courtesy of VVS Films.
Four powerhouse documentaries play at The Bloor this week (including two of the year's best) alongside a plethora of special events.
Attempting to capitalize on "Brosnan-as-Bond" nostalgia, November Man is more straight-to-DVD than 007.
Enter for a chance to win a pair of passes to an advance screening of The November Man in Toronto on Thursday, August 21st (and a chance at a grand prize pack including the book the film was based on), courtesy of Dork Shelf and VVS Films!
The Love Punch wants to be a pleasant caper comedy where old people get a second lease on life, but it's actually offensive to the intelligence of any audience member who watches it and to it's over qualified cast.
Despite the fact that it’s about a verbally abused woman who hooks up with a sex-addicted modelizer, it’s a romantic comedy. Go figure! To celebrate reaching our tenth episode, we at BGM have decided to branch outside the norm and review a movie that, while not particularly heavy in gay in content, is fully gay […]
We finish up our in-depth look at the BOND 50 Blu-ray box set this Thanksgiving with a look at the British super spy from 1982's Octopussy through to 2008's Quantum of Solace. Our film and arts editor ranks his films from best to worst at the end, and so do you with a list of our Dork Shelf readers' favourites ranked in terms of votes as to which was the best.