It’s hard to narrow down Christopher Plummer's legacy but here are 10 of his films we'd consider essential viewing.
Enola Holmes star Millie Bobby Brown shines in this empowering coming-of-age adventure.
Enola Holmes stars Millie Bobby Brown as a teenage super-sleuth who outwits her famous older brother, Sherlock Holmes.
Critic Jenny Bullough pledged to embark upon an epic MCU rewatch with her family before they see Avengers: Endgame – and answer the all-important question: should you watch these with your kids? By the Hoary Hosts of Hoggoth it's Doctor Strange!
There's something very familiar about Marvel's Doctor Strange. That's a good thing and a bad thing.
Rachel McAdams talks to Jason Gorber about being the 'normal' in Doctor Strange and what's on her Dork Shelf.
Sir Ian McKellan elevates Mr. Holmes, an otherwise unremarkable period potboiler, to stunning heights with his titular performance as the great detective.
Watson and Holmes may be the underdog of the Best New Series category, but Heather isn't foolish enough to overlook it and neither should you.
If you’d like to add a little class to your comic collection, The Graphic Canon has what you need. A three-volume collection, The Graphic Canon is all of the greatest literature in the history of the world, as seen through the eyes of the greatest comic artists in the world.
Pseudo-historical, slightly spooky, but infinitely kung fu (with choreography by the beloved Sammo Hung) do Detective Dee’s massive CGI set pieces and explosively absurd fight scenarios create any competition for our biggest 'busters back home? Namely Sherlock Holmes? Which I’m saying because I guess that’s the easiest reference point for a spectacle detective story?
When I was a kid Young Sherlock Holmes was one of my favourite movies (it still is). The young detective cut his teeth not on finding the family jewels, but on cults and devil worshippers. I have a feeling the screenwriters of the new Sherlock Holmes may have been as well. Which is not a […]
Warner Bros. has thrown us a mean curve ball. Variety is reporting that Lobo — everyone’s favourite “Bastitch” — is getting his own film. The live action adaptation of the DC anti-hero will be directed by none other than Dork Shelf favourite, Guy Ritchie. Lobo will be Ritchie’s followup Sherlock Holmes. The synopsis for the […]
The first trailer for Guy Ritchie‘s Sherlock Holmes film starring Robert Downey Jr. and Jude Law has hit the web. RocknRolla was a great return to form for Ritchie, I’m hoping he’ll continue the trend with Holmes. If the trailer is any indication Sherlock Holmes looks like it will be highly entertaining.