That Shelf wants to send you and a friend to an advance screenings of Jordan Peele's US in Toronto and Montreal on Wednesday March 20th – courtesy of Universal Pictures!
Phil Hanley is a stand-up comedian and star of the new film Sundowners, we caught up with him to chat about taking his first acting gig, his time as teen model in Europe, and what's on his Dork Shelf.
We speak with comedian/ writer/ actor Gregg Turkington about his new film Entertainment, working with Peyton Reed on Ant-Man, and what's on his Dork Shelf.
We break down the pros and cons of the latest big screen version of Fantastic Four.
Vacation manages to stand on its own while also paying tribute to the original National Lampoon film. The jokes are raunchy, the cameos are plenty, and the ride is worth it if you're not overly sentimental about this kind of thing.
We talk to ReFocus Film series founder Jeff Wright - who screens the coal black comedy See You Next Tuesday at 9pm on Thursday, August 29th for free with a director and star Q&A at Toronto's Revue Cinema - to talk about he formation of the series, his booking process, his amazement at how series alums have seen their careers take off in recent years, why the series is free, the film that got away from him, and, of course, his most recent selection.
This week's DVD column is all over the map as Andrew Parker takes on Underworld: Awakening, the horror remake Mother's Day, and the romantic drama The Vow, while Phil Brown takes a look at the almost unclassifiable Tim and Eric's Billion Dollar Movie.
Tim & Eric are smart, that’s for sure, even if I lift my arms in preparative shelter before waxing in any depth about the beauty of their act. But to keep it short, sweet, and pretentious, Tim & Eric's Billion Dollar Movie uses relentless Dada-flavoured antics to subliminally make you and your memes more avant-garde, ya dummy. Unless I’m wrong, then I guess I’m the dummy. Anyways.