To celebrate the release of the movie Fury our film guy heads to Oshawa, Ontario to ride in and learn about Sherman tanks.
Diana McCallum and Andrew Ivimey recap episode two of The Flash - "Fastest Man Alive" - in Dork Shelf's Fan v. Fan!
Diana McCallum and Ian MacIntyre recap the series premiere of The Flash in the inaugural episode of Dork Shelf's Fan v. Fan!
We chat with Taylor Kitsch and Liane Balaban about their new film The Grand Seduction, Tim Riggins, the people who've made them feel special, and Hugh Jackman.
We sit down with The Trailer Park Boys before the release of their latest film tomorrow to talk about the downfalls of the piss game, how hard it is to quit drinking swish, why Ricky should run for the mayor of Toronto, and why Lahey's still a fuck after all these years.
We sit down with beloved Canadian stand-up and TV legend Brent Butt in this video interview about his first major big screen outing in the mystery/comedy No Clue.
This week, Sam and Soha revisit 2013's Bioshock Infinite with its first DLC pack, Burial at Sea, Episode One. The c_ntrollers get into character too, with their Booker and Elizabeth costumes and a bottle (or two) of Arcadia Merlot.
We spoke to the man behind Mark of the Ninja - in Gamercamp's Ninja Room, no less - about systems, design and where the player's "choices and consequences" fit into video games in the modern age.
This week the C_ntrollers play Assassin's Creed 4: Black Flag from Ubisoft. Expect lots of YARRS and jokes about poop decks.
Our Gamercamp video interview with veteran Assassin's Creed scribe Jill Murray.
We catch up with actor Josh Gad to talk about his scene stealing voice work in Disney's Frozen as Olaf the Snowman, playing a character that’s only pure, unbridled joy, getting a chance to sing a song penned by some of his former Book of Mormon collaborators, and the happiness he gets from watching Olaf’s connection to children in the audience (including his own).
Sam and Soha take a look at Batman: Arkham Origins in their new Let's Play series, The C_ntrollers.
Dork Shelf was fortunate enough to visit the Toronto set of Copper where Five Points has been recreated inside what used to be the Fenwick Automotive factory. Cast members let us in on what's bigger and better about season two and why working on the show has been such a fun and humbling experience.
Check out a CANADIAN EXCLUSIVE clip from Disney Pixar's Monsters University, only here on Dork Shelf.
When Batman meets another Batman from a parallel Earth, their team-up gets... emotional. Weirdly emotional.