That Shelf's look back at our 100 favourite movies of the decade continues with a look at 2016! What a year!
It’s hard to not be cynical about the state of Hollywood in 2019. The film industry prioritizes soulless blockbuster movies over heartfelt films that tell deeply human stories. One of Hollywood’s worst traits is its never-ending quest to reboot any brand with name recognition. Did we really need Battleship, Cats, and The Emoji Movie adaptations? […]
5000 movies in, and Rachel West's most-watched actor of all-time is Nicolas Cage
Daniel wins round 6 of Movies vs. Matrimony! Is this the beginning of a comeback?
Moe and Doug hop in the wayback machine to check out the epic monster classic THE DEVIL ANT, featuring Tom Savini, Roger Corman, and Hillary Clinton (?) to name a few!
This week on The Development Slate, your hosts imagine how to make a newer, better DOOM film.
In part one of the Dev Slate board game challenge, James challenges Yaw to adapt Hungry Hungry Hippos for the big screen.
San Andreas delivers all the destruction, mayhem and special effects that audiences go to this kind of movie to see. But is there more to it than just that?
Furious 7 makes no bones about what it is and delivers on everything we've come to want from one of the most preposterous, unnecessary yet thoroughly enjoyable series in film history.
Enter for a chance to win Hercules on Blu-Ray!
If Hercules has one major accomplishment, it’s how it's somehow managing to be both incredibly cheesy and starved of fun at the same time.
Enter for a chance to win a pair of passes to an advance screening of Hercules - starring Dwayne Johnson - in Toronto or Montreal on Thursday, July 24th, courtesy of Dork Shelf and Paramount Pictures.
Some things should be left alone, and wrestling cameos in comics is one of them.
We chat with famed and beloved character actor John C. McGinley, who gets to call the games of Jackie Robinson's first season in Major League Baseball as iconic Brooklyn Dodger announcer Red Barber in the biopic 42. We also talk about working with Academy Award winner Brian Helgeland, playing a sports reporter, and the how his approach here was somewhat similar to his small part in Office Space
Enter for a chance to win one of ten pairs of passes to an advance screening of Pain & Gain in Toronto or Montreal on Wednesday, April 24th, courtesy of Dork Shelf and Paramount Pictures.