Tom Cruise makes Top Gun: Maverick feel like the first big-screen must-see film this side of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Kenneth Branagh’s Death On The Nile makes an unfortunate mess of one of Agatha Christie’s best mysteries.
Lana Condor and Noah Centineo are set to reunite onscreen this Valentine’s Day weekend in To All the Boys: Always and Forever.
Bill & Ted Face the Music picks up 30-years after the duos’ bogus journey and finds the middle-aged Wyld Stallyns struggling to fulfill their destiny.
Bill & Ted Face the Music sees the middle-aged Wyld Stallyns head back to the future to fulfill their destiny’s as history’s greatest band.
That Shelf sat down with Doctor Sleep director Mike Flanagan – and a surprise guest – to talk about Toronto's place in his journey as a filmmaker, finding his Danny Torrance in Ewan McGregor, bringing Stanley Kubrick and Stephen King together again, and, of course, what's on his shelf!
To celebrate the release of Doctor Sleep on November 8th, we're giving away some amazing posters signed by director Mike Flanagan and star Kyliegh Curran!
El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie follows Jesse Pinkman immediately after the series’ epic finale.
Anna and Elsa embark on a new adventure that takes them into the enchanted forests and dark seas beyond Arendelle.
Zombieland: Double Tap sees the Zombieland cast return to inflict more zombie-thrashing mayhem.
Maleficent: Mistress of Evil sees Angelina Jolie and Elle Fanning reprise their roles in Disney's dark fantasy reimagining of the Sleeping Beauty tale.
What age group is the first post-Endgame MCU movie perfect for? Should you take your kids to see it?
Spider-Man star Tom Holland finally gets his chance to shine in this latest Marvel Cinematic Universe adventure.
Everyone's favourite friendly neighbourhood Spider-Man travels to new neighbourhoods and takes on new foes in the emotional and action-packed sequel Spider-Man: Far From Home.
Nearly 25 years after the celebrated original, and nine years after Toy Story 3 gave us a perfect closure to the franchise, is there any more story left to tell? And if there is, should you take your kids to see it?