Green Room TIFF 2015 review.
Craig Zobel's Z For Zachariah didn't get much buzz at Sundance and is being dumped out with the summer dregs, but don't dismiss what might be one of the best films of 2015.
Turbo Kid is a goofy ride through the wilds of nostalgia
American Ultra could have easily fallen into the category of farcical tripe, but this stoner spy spoof is saved by good performances and surprising style.
In a world where 007 and Mission: Impossible are top dogs in the spy movie game, does Guy Ritchie's Cold War caper The Man from U.N.C.L.E. deliver?
French writer/director Gilles Paquet-Brenner talks to us about adapting Gillian Flynn's Dark Places while also learning to adapt to Hollywood.
Tom Cruise returns as IMF agent Ethan Hunt for a fifth time. So is Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation a mission worth accepting?
We're selecting a few stand-out films from Fantasia 2015 to talk about over the next little while. First up is Ted Geoghegan's spot-on homage to some of the best the horror genre has to offer.
Jake Gyllenhaal goes the distance as a boxer named "Hope" in Southpaw, but can the rest of the film to toe-to-toe with the champs?
Sir Ian McKellan elevates Mr. Holmes, an otherwise unremarkable period potboiler, to stunning heights with his titular performance as the great detective.
Big Game director Jalmari Helander and star Onni Tommila talk about crashing Air Force One into Northern Finland in this crazy Sam Jackson co-starring action flick.
Director Asif Kapadia spoke to Dork Shelf while in Toronto for a special screening of his new documentary Amy, about the life and untimely death of singer Amy Winehouse.
Terminator Genisys is a passable little piece of schlocky nostalgia, the most charming part of which is the big wink we get from Arnie who is clearly enjoying himself.
Ted 2 war crime of cinema, something that makes one feel like their soul is being damaged just a little bit by having to suffer through it.
Director David Gordon Green has helmed some of the more unique and engaging independent films of the last decade and a half. We spoke to him about his latest film, Manglehorn, starring Al Pacino as a curmudgeonly keymaker.
At the outset, Pixar's Inside Out is a bit silly and rambunctious, but as the story progresses and the theme is honed, it transcends its concept, making it not only the best Pixar movie in years, but one of the best films of 2015.
As Inside Out week continues at Dork Shelf, we present to you a video of our exclusive interview with Phyllis Smith who voices "Sadness" in the film.
Jurassic World spends much of its time both playing with the tropes of the original film and messing around with our expectations. At its best, then, it’s lots of fun.