Bumblebee actor Ricardo Hoyos talked to That Shelf about what separates this film from the rest of the series.
Bumblebee's director and screenwriter care more about teen angst than interplanetary conflict – and that's a good thing!
But what are the biggest movie franchises out there? Let’s look at some of the best-known film franchises.
In honour of the release of Pacific Rim: Uprising, here are eight Japanese mecha franchises that made the giant fighting robot genre what it is today.
Transformers: The Last Knight opens across Canada June 21st but you and a guest can attend a screening in Toronto or Montreal on June 19th courtesy of Dork Shelf and Paramount Pictures!
Street Fighter V is an excellent fighting game that makes little effort to reach out to newer players.
A celebration of Transformers G1 unlike any other is set to take place this weekend at the Bloor Hot Docs Cinema, with a viewing of the classic 1986 animated film Transformers: The Movie and a performance by the band that's more than meets the eye, The Cybertronic Spree.
Fan Expo stormed through Toronto to the tune of an estimated 100,000 people over the weekend, and Dork Shelf was there to take in all the sights, sounds, and cosplay on display. Here are a few quick gaming-themed notes from the show floor.
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Toy collectors and fans of the 80s are in for a treat this weekend as the 2012 Canadian 80s Toy Expo will be at the Sheraton Parkway Toronto North Hotel – 600 Highway 7 East, Richmond Hill, Ontario this Sunday, April 1st. Featuring Canada’s largest dealer room of vendors selling 80s related merchandise, former WWF […]
I will keep it brief since Transformers: Dark of the Moon director Michael Bay can't seem to do it himself. Do you just want to see some shit blow up? If you answered in the affirmative, then you will probably greatly enjoy this film a whole lot more than the second entry in the franchise since you will actually be able to SEE what is happening for a change. Everyone else looking for anything more than that can look elsewhere because that is all you are going to get from this astoundingly pretty, but astoundingly empty, incoherent, nonsensical and excessive film.
With Jess absent, Gavin and Jeff have a frank and deep discussion about the current state of media, lament having to grow up and reminisce about their respective dorky childhoods. They also discuss the always timely subject of the Transformers motion pictures.
The 9th Annual Transformers Collectors Convention—TFcon—happens this weekend, July 17th and 18th. If you’re a fan of alien robots that turn into vehicles (and I’m not talking about the Go-Bots!) then TFcon is the place for you. TFcon features a huge dealer floor, where you can purchase all manner of Transformers merchandise. They also have […]
Activision has released the first trailer for their upcoming video game Transformers: The War for Cybertron. The game features an original storyline and has nothing to do with the movies or Michael Bay. High Moon Studios (Darkwatch, The Bourne Conspiracy), the developers behind the game, have said they are taking a Gears of War style […]
To celebrate the DVD and Blu-ray release of Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen Jeff, Joel, Lucas and Will discuss all things Transformers. From the original 80's cartoon and comics to the toys and the recent live-action films we've got our giant shape-shifting alien robot bases well covered.