When Batman meets another Batman from a parallel Earth, their team-up gets... emotional. Weirdly emotional.
Gavin Stephens is back, and not a moment to soon! On this episode of the Fortress, Gavin sends an emotional letter to George Lucas concerning the release of Star Wars on Blu-ray.
In honour of DC Comics' much touted Fall relaunch, we figured it would be best to kick off our post-Fan Expo coverage with some interviews related to storied publisher, namely, artists Shane Davis and Wes Craig.
In this exciting new episode of the Fortress, Gavin illustrates the potential diversity of Ray Parker Junior's classic Ghostbusters theme song, and more importantly how to tie it into your day to day life.
Steampunk it! In this exciting new episode of the Fortress, Gavin shows us all the amazing world of Steampunk. Behold, as Gavin deftly transforms mundane everyday objects into "Steampunk" everyday objects!
This week Gavin decides that he wants to see the villain from Mad Max: The Road Warrior, Lord Humungus, in a slightly diffrent role from his usual Ayatollah of Rock n' Rolla persona.
Dork Shelf.com is now a proud sponsor of The Rep! The ongoing web-series documents the trials and tribulations of our friends at the Toronto Underground Cinema. Episode 5 follows the gang as they travel deep into the depths of a defunct cinema to uncover a mysterious cache of 35mm film cannisters.
Fortress of Baller-itude is the video blog of Gavin Stephens Canada's best Nerdy comedian and co-host of the popular G33K N3RD D0RK podcast. Twice a month Gavin shares his opinions and perspectives on pop culture and fandom. Episode Two - Gavin breaks down the best video game soundtracks to get your nerdy partner in the mood.
Fortress of Baller-tude is the new video blog of Gavin Stephens, Canada's best nerdy comedian and co-host of our own G33K N3RD D0RK podcast. Twice a month Gavin will share his opinions and perspectives on pop culture, fandom and beyond.
The latest episode of the ongoing web-series The Rep is now online. The series documents the trials and tribulations of our friends at the Toronto Underground Cinema. Episode 4 concludes the events of the previous episode – Charlie, Nigel, Alex and Peter continue to prep the theatre for The Wright Stuff, while anxiously awaiting the arrival of director Edgar Wright
Ever wonder what The Empire Strikes Back would have looked like if it had been made in 1919? Me neither! Despite that, we now have our answer in the form of this video. Never has old-timey piano evoked such raw fear and emotion. Via Dailymotion
Conan the Barbarian is well known for its hilarious lines and great action, but the film is also known for its wonderful musical score courtesy of the amazing Basil Poledouris. However, Jon and Al over at JonandAl.com found the Poledouris score lacking and decided to add lyrics to the mix. I give you Arnold Schwarzenegger […]
New York based comedy group Free Love Forum take us behind the scenes of their latest production: the pirated version of James Cameron’s Avatar. It is a truly an envelope shattering experience. The video really illustrates the absurdity of watching a pirated version of Avatar on a small TV, or for that matter pirated movies […]