Rhodes recently sat down with That Shelf to talk about his new movie Bird Box and we discussed his process for choosing films, how he unwinds, and most importantly, what he keeps on his shelf.
Minions hits Blu-ray today, here's a helpful review in case you were wondering whether or not make room on your Dork Shelf for this animated kids comedy with some genuine laugh out loud moments.
Elena and Meg talk Room, the ladies-only Ocean's 11, the new Star Trek, Supergirl, and more.
David Gordon Green departs from his usual indie fare to bring us the Sandra Bullock-starring political potboiler Our Brand Is Crisis, but are we buying it?
Our Brand is Crisis TIFF 2015 review
On this episode we review Minions and talk with Aaron Ashmore of the new series Killjoys.
Our Film and Performing Arts Editor gives his picks for what he thinks will win big at tomorrow night's Oscar ceremony. Please note: he is still not an expert.
This week in home entertainment, we look back on the new Blu-Ray for The Little Mermaid and how the film pretty much saved Walt Disney Animation, as well as the Blu-Ray release of The Heat, and DVDs for Michael Winterbottom's The Look of Love, Alex Gibney's documentary We Steal Secrets: The Story of WikiLeaks, and something called Detention of the Dead, which is exactly what it sounds like.
Enter for a chance to win a copy of The Heat on Blu-Ray, courtesy of Dork Shelf and Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment!
Best viewed on the largest screen humanly possible to capture the scope and grandeur of every frame, Gravity is exactly the kind of blockbuster filmmaking mainstream audiences deserve but never get. It could very well over time gain the same kind of cultish notoriety as King Kong or Jaws in terms of delivering the goods to the viewer and giving audiences just enough to chew on to analyze it afterwards and view it again and again.
Gravity Special Presentation Director: Alfonso Cuaron Following a prolonged absence from the director’s chair after the remarkable Children of Men, Cuaron has finally returned with Gravity and the result demands the use of descriptors like “astounding” and “groundbreaking.” As a visceral viewing experience and space simulation, there’s simply never been anything like this before. Continuing […]
The Heat is a decently entertaining, if entirely formulaic, genre comedy that had somewhat astoundingly never been made to this point in this decent of a fashion..
And now, all the film, game, and comic news that’s fit to print. Gremlins might be getting the reboot treatment, Cuarón's Gravity gets a release date, Dead Island: Riptide offends with crass Collector's Edition, fan campaign gets JRPG localized, the X-Men become an all-female team and the internet loses its shit, and DC Comics cancels a boatload of titles.
Your course schedule for This Week in DVD: Psychology (A Dangerous Method), philosophy (Confuscius), physical education (Monster Brawl), American Studies (Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close), film studies (Corman's World), and detention (Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked).