Time to drop the kids off at the pool, because on this episode of No-Budget Nightmares we’re plumbing the depths to bring you 2003’s MONSTURD!
Jason Gorber chats with actor-turned-filmmaker Macon Blair (Blue Ruin, Green Room) about his Sundance hit I don’t feel at home in this world anymore.
Dork Shelf Film Critic Jason Gorber sits down with Oscar-nominated Moonlight director Barry Jenkins and stars Trevante Rhodes and André Holland.
I Am Not Your Negro should be required viewing for anyone with a pulse and a brain.
Get a spot ready on your shelf! Rogue One; A Star Wars Story is finally coming to Digital HD on March 24th and Blu-ray on April 4th.
This week, we dive into the Disney Network classic Kim Possible and pull from drastically different influences.
Logan is a fitting sendoff for Hugh Jackman, and an apt reminder that superhero movies don’t need to be big to be memorable.
For decades Louis Theroux has mounted a one-man study of all the strangest subcultures in America for the BBC, in My Scientology Movie he goes after his most difficult group to date with results ranging from creepy to hilarious.
Dork Shelf Film Critic Jason Gorber sits down with Arrival star Mark O’Brien to discuss the film, director Denis Villeneuve, and his massive movie collection.
A cute doc on the lives of street cats in Istanbul, KEDi will easily win the hearts of animal lovers.
The Batman Lego Movie is a dizzying flurry of animated action, gags, and references, ensuring that there's something for everyone.
We speak with Jim Jarmusch about his new film Paterson, the influence of poetry on his work, and the possibility of a Ghost Dog TV series.
Is John Wick: Chapter 2 as wickedly fun as the first iteration?
There's very little that's "controversial" about Below Her Mouth, a story of two women in love that focuses more on the "love" aspect than the fact it's between two women. We speak with the film's stars Erika Linder and Natalie Krill about this misinterpretation and much more on this minisode of The Shelf.
The defeated directors' commentary track on the new Blair Witch Blu-ray tells a very different story than the hopeful, feature length making-of doc on that same disc.
We chat with writer/ director Pavan Moondi (Diamond Tongues) about how he taught himself the tools of the trade so he could break into Toronto's film scene.
Paul W.S. Anderson's Resident Evil saga concludes with another entertaining blend of action, jump scares, and unintentional comedy.
Director Jordan Canning shifts gears with Suck It Up, an odd-couple buddy comedy with mixed, though rewarding, results.