Ready Player One is a classic Spielberg adventure that glosses over the more unique aspects of its premise.
Scream Factory have been kind enough to release both Poltergeist II and III on Blu-ray. Read our full review of the films and the discs!
Spielberg, Disney and Roald Dahl look like a holy trinity on paper, but how did it translate to the screen in The BFG? We take a look at the film and Blu-ray that hits shelves today.
The BFG is the first Disney film directed by Steven Spielberg and delivers the blend of classic storytelling and modern moviemaking we hoped it would.
Win tickets to a 3D advanced screening of Disney's The BFG in Edmonton, Whitby, or Mississauga. Disney's The BFG opens across the country on Canada Day.
Spielberg remains essential to the tapestry of American film, but is the new Bridge of Spies Blu-ray essential to your collection?
Star Wars, Making a Murderer, and more! On this episode of The Roundup we're joined by Dork Shelf's own hilarious TV writer Susan Stover.
We spoke with Jemaine Clement about working with kids in People Places Things, working with Spielberg in The BFG, and some other exciting projects we can expect to see in the near future.
To celebrate TIFF's upcoming Magic Motion: The Art of Stop-Motion Animation film retrospective we've assembled a list of some of the most important, impressive and interesting moments in the history of stop-motion animation.
Should we hold Spielberg to a higher standard just because he's Spielberg? Jason Gorber's review of Bridge of Spies examine this and other questions.
Enter for a chance to win a pair of passes to an advance screening of The Hundred-Foot Journey in Toronto, Calgary, Edmonton, or Vancouver on Wednesday, August 6th at 7:00pm, courtesy of Dork Shelf and DreamWorks Pictures.
As a film, Jurassic Park is just as thrilling as ever, having not aged a day, and thankfully an upgrade and re-release in 3-D for its 20th anniversary does the film a considerable amount of justice.
Did you miss almost all of our theatrical coverage around the holidays? Well this week we look at some of the biggest late 2012 releases including The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, Lincoln, Les Miserables, This is 40, and Zero Dark Thirty. Also, looks at Killing Them Softly and the Canadian made sci-fi romance Mars et Avril.
Dork Shelf talks to Patrick Read Johnson about his long in the works autobiographical film 5-25-77 and it's long road to the big screen despite being a small film about how he got started as a filmmaker growing up in small town Illinois. Johnson opens up about growing disillusioned with the studio system (working with John Hughes on Baby's Day Out, turning down the chance to do Home Alone, and the troubled post production on Angus), the good along the way, and bringing his work-in-progress film to the TIFF Next Wave Festival this weekend.
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.