On the latest episode of Bad Gay Movies, Bil Antoniou and Daniel Krolik are joined by Andrew Lamb to discuss the "camp classic" (or not) Something For Everyone by director Harold Prince.
That Shelf Editor-in-Chief Will Perkins and actor Jessica Greco join Jeremy for Alfred Hitchcock's NOTORIOUS!
On this episode of Black Hole Films, Tara Spencer-Nairn and Marc Winegust join Jeremy for Whiplash and discuss what perfection is worth, and is there a balance?
The Toronto True Crime Film Festival's second addition kicks of this weekend at the Revue Cinema.
On this episode of No-Budget Nightmares, Doug and Moe watch 2012’s THE AMAZING BULK, a mockbuster/parody of Ang Lee’s THE INCREDIBLE HULK, except made in five days and shot entirely against a green screen using pre-rendered stock footage and computer generated models.
ThatShelf.com presents: Black Hole Films - A podcast, hosted by Jeremy LaLonde, where people finally get around to watching that film they always meant to. Norm Wilner, Ian MacIntyre, Christopher Warre-Smets, and Saul Pincus join Jeremy for the original GODZILLA and are wonderfully delighted by the poignancy of it all… and also go on a […]
Bad Gay Movies continues its exploration of some pretty dark times by dipping into the impressive filmography of Todd Verow for the first time! Join Bil, Daniel and Michael as they watch Tumbledown!
Saul Pincus joins Jeremy for Used Cars!
On this episode of Black Hole Films, host Jeremy LaLonde tackles the entire series of Game of Thrones. That’s right – he’d never seen a single episode… until now!
Nicholas Carella, David Tompa, and Marc Winegust join Jeremy for Take the Money and Run!
On the latest episode of Bad Gay Movies, Bil, Michael and Dan watch Dog Tags by director Damion Dietz.
On episode 27 of Highly Logical – A Star Trek Podcast, Angelo and Nicole take a look at the new Deep Space Nine documentary What We Left Behind and interview DS9 showrunner Ira Stephen Behr and stars Nana Visitor (Kira Nerys) and Andrew Robinson (Garak).
Dane Clark joins Jeremy to watch TRADING PLACES and takes a deep dive into their 80s favourites and also a moment to reflect and worry about the current state of Eddie Murphy.
On this episode of No-Budget Nightmares we’re discussing 1986’s TERROR AT TENKILLER, which is so incompetent they forgot to record any audio while making it, so a different crew had to step in and complete the darn thing!
On the new episode of Black Hole Films, Mike Connell joins Jeremy to tackle The Man With No Name Trilogy!