Sometimes Always Never sees Bill Nighy play a Scrabble enthusiast in search of his missing son.
Director Ben Wheatley returns with his simplest and most purely entertaining effort to date
On the latest minisode of The Shelf, we have a really fun chat with Free Fire director Ben Wheatley.
Though not as sharp as the original novel, Pride and Prejudice and Zombies is nevertheless a diverting and empowering piece of fan-fiction.
Pride and Prejudice and Zombies hits screens February 5th, but Dork Shelf and eOne Films are sending readers to advanced screenings in Vancouver, Toronto, Ottawa, Calgary, Halifax, Winnipeg, and Edmonton!
Maleficent is an odd little movie that manages to both pleasantly surprise and disappoint in equal amount.
With opening day of the 2012 Toronto International Film Festival now upon us, Dork Shelf's coverage rolls on with looks at Stories We Tell, On the Road, The Hunt, Peddlers, Tower, Lore, 90 Minutes, and Blackbird.
Sometimes a press release comes along that’s just too implausible to pass up. There’s just something about it that catches the eye or something in the content that contains a hard to refuse offer. Such is the case with this week’s direct to DVD release of the film 13. The release stated that the film starred Jason Statham, Mickey Rourke, Alexander Skarsgard and Michael Shannon in a remake of director Gela Babluani’s wonderful 2005 film 13 Tzameti with Babluani returning to helm the new version.