Turning Red is a whimsical animated adventure bursting with spectacular visuals, charming characters, and catchy pop ballads.
Jordan Tannahill’s virtual reality memoir Draw Me Close offers a powerful tale of love and loss.
Rendezvous With Madness 2021 runs from October 28th to November 7th and That Shelf has all the details you need to enjoy this year’s festival.
That Shelf wants to send you and a friend to an advance screening of CANDYMAN in Toronto!
That Shelf wants to send you and a friend to one of three advance screenings of The Night House, starring Rebecca Hall, in either Toronto, Montreal, or Vancouver.
That Shelf wants to send you and a friend to one of four advance screenings of Ryan Reynold's latest film, Free Guy. Be the first to see it in Toronto, Vancouver, Calgary or Edmonton!
Disney and Pixar’s new animated feature Turning Red is a love letter to Toronto and Canada.
Seventeen years after we were first introduced to Jigsaw in Saw, Chris Rock brings the franchise back into the spotlight as a police crime thriller that disappointingly fails to live up to its full potential.
Hot Docs 2021 announced the first 15 titles screening in its Special Presentations program.
This week's Shelf Pick is Alex Chung's CONTRACTS, a fast-paced and hyper-violent action movie that features some incredibly inventive choreography.
Possessor director Brandon Cronenberg talks about personal origins of this mind-bending thriller, performances within performances, the infamous Sean Bean death curse, and the value of practical makeup effects.
We were treated to a rental car and a ticket to attend a TIFF 2020 screening at the drive-in. The experience for this festival vet was... different.
Here's our spoiler-free review of one of the most anticipated films of this very odd cinema season – Christopher Nolan's TENET.
The Lavazza Drive-In Film Festival kicks off on July 20th with the Canadian premiere of Sergio Navarretta’s The Cuban.
Bust out your fancy masks for a hybrid in-person and vitrual fest.