Twitch is one of the fastest growing streaming sites on the internet, but how does Twitch make money?
Eric and Jon battle audio issues to discuss Oxenfree, Planet of the Eyes, Lumberyard, and Pride and Prejudice and Zombies.
The upcoming independent CCG is an unexpected blend of Magic: The Gathering and Dungeons & Dragons.
The development of Nuclear Throne demonstrates the value of transparency for games in Early Access.
Sunday's awards ceremony had its share of winners, but the show itself was not among them.
What it's like to discover a game that everyone else has been anticipating since 2009?
How did an independent Vancouver developer land one of the most famous licenses in gaming?
Nintendo skipped the press conference and went straight to the audience with a memorable E3 presentation.
In honour of the huge David Cronenberg exhibit and retrospective currently happening at the TIFF Bell Lightbox in Toronto (running until January 19th), Dork Shelf talks to a plethora of film writers, personalities, programmers, podcasters, and filmmakers about what their favourite Cronenberg films are.
Keeping with today's Halloween theme while looking ahead to next month, we take a look at and talk to Twitch's Todd Brown about his upcoming Birth of a Villain series at the TIFF Bell Lightbox, tracing the history iconic horror movie villains of the 70s and 80s.
There are some corners of the cinema landscape I am woefully blind to. One such area is Soviet-era science fiction from the Eastern Bloc. American sci-fi from the same period is quite popular, with films like War of the Worlds and Invasion of the Body Snatchers playing heavily on Cold War anxieties. The only Soviet science fiction films I’d even heard of were those of Russian director, Andrei Tarkovski. Solaris in particular is quite famous, but even that I’ve never seen. Even if I wanted to get into these films, where would I begin? Luckily, the TIFF Bell Lightbox is here to help us out.