The Suicide Squad is a strange blockbuster directly from the brain of James Gunn and a welcome addition to the DCEU.
James Gunn gives the Suicide Squad a bloody good overhaul.
Adria Budd-Johnson and Eric Johnson join Jeremy for Rocky!
John Rambo is back in the first trailer for Rambo: Last Blood!
Actress Kate Hudson sure does have the market cornered on romantic movies, doesn't she? That Shelf's Dara Moats has complied a Hudson-free list of Love Stories, rid of the Goldie-daughter's infectious smile and affability, but full of many other lovely things to embrace from other, less Kate-ian actors.
The symptoms of the disease may change but the cure always remains the same.
Ben and Daniel spoil Creed II and react to the new Lion King, Deadpool, and Lego Movie trailers!
It's a Christmas miracle! Justin and Mathew brew some hot chocolate, throw a log on the fire, and take in the Cannon classic COBRA.
This week we talk Star Trek, Iron Fist, Daredevil, and Pacific Rim 2 news, we also review Gods of Egypt and celebrate the 40th anniversary of Rocky.
After almost four decades and five sequels, Creed might just be the first worthy successor to the original Rocky.
Arguably the best film of the franchise The Expendables 3 takes a lighter, sillier tone than its predecessors to deliver some passable action movie fun.
We talk to former MMA fighter turned actor Randy Couture about returning for The Expendables 3, acting alongside other fighters, and why he and Dolph Lundgren could never fit in a tank.
Enter for a chance to win a pair of passes to an advance screening of The Expendables 3 in Toronto, Ottawa, Halifax, Winnipeg, Calgary, Edmonton, Victoria, or Vancouver on Thursday, August 14th, courtesy of Dork Shelf and eOne Films!
Grudge Match is pretty tired and cliched sports movie pablum, but made a lot more palatable by a cast willing to go the extra mile to make their own comedic opportunities.
While perfectly capable of being enjoyable on a brainless action movie level, Jason Statham’s latest badass extravaganza Homefront also comes with a surprising amount of depth and nuance for those willing to look beyond the bone crunching fights and backwoods cat and mouse games.