IFC Films and IFC Films Unlimited March highlights include a SXSW hit, WW II-era historical drama, and a chilling supernatural anthology.
Our look at the not-so-wonderful Wonder Woman 1984, coming soon to a small screen near you.
Canadian superhero fans, rejoice! Wonder Woman 1984 is coming to Canada after all! Details here:
A movie genre only truly arrives when it receives the full spoof treatment. The Hallmark Holiday movie finally gets its answer to Scary Movie and The Naked Gun to with Cup of Cheer.
Take a look at this week’s line-up of films, special series, and events available through Hot Docs at Home.
That Shelf's Jason Gorber reviews Hamilton – the filmed version of the famed stage play, premiering not in theatres but on the Disney+.
James vs. His Future Self is a sci-fi dramedy about a single-minded scientist who must outwit his future self to make the discovery of the century.
Jeremy LaLonde’s witty sci-fi dramedy, James vs. His Future Self, is available to stream in Canada on Friday, April 03rd.
Win an iTunes download code for 100 Streets, a new London set drama starring Idris Elba!
Ironclad: Battle for Blood is one of those sequels that should never have existed in the first place.
Welcome to the grand opening of the Dork Shelf Video Store, your one stop shop for all reviews of the latest DVDs, Blu-Rays, classic re-releases, box sets, Netflix originals, and VOD debuts that you can watch at home!
Sunflower Hour (Aaron Houston, 2011) – The naughty minded mocumentary Sunflower Hour has a killer premise and really talented performers, but it’s hard not to wonder where all the genuinely funny jokes are. This look behind the scenes at a children’s show that’s auditioning new puppeteers has a few smile worthy moments, a tiny handful […]
Red Lines (Andrea Kalin, Oliver Lukacs, 2014) – In the fight to bring democracy and peace to war torn Syria, two activists from vastly different backgrounds have teamed up to amass a greater network of contacts and connections on the ground than any other humanitarian organization in the world. Razan Shalab al-Sham is a former […]
Kingdom Come (Paiman Kalayeh, John Lyons Murphy, 2012) – I’ve been recently working on writing a piece about questions you should never ask at a Q&A following a screening at a film festival. One of those questions is “Was it a struggle to get this film made?” I say you shouldn’t ask that not because […]
Happy Christmas (Joe Swanberg, 2014) – Prolific low budget writer/director Joe Swanberg comes straight to VOD (with a limited theatrical for our neighbors to the south) with Happy Christmas, a slight yet effective piece of mumble core that feels a lot more intimate then it has any business being on a passing glance. Jeff and […]