Yaw and Ashley break out their best computer puns as they take on Tron in this week's episode of The Development Slate.
In this special VR episode, Gabby speaks with EVE: Valkyrie lead designer Andrew Willans and Globes VR creator Kim Koronya about death and empathy in virtual reality.
We spoke with French director Olivier Assayas about his new film Personal Shopper, starring Kristen Stewart.
This week Justin and Mathew talk The Wicked Lady, Get Out, and the missed opportunities of Jackie Chan.
On this episode we try something a little different as special guests Will Perkins and Andrew Ivimey join us to discuss the news that The Matrix is getting a reboot.
We speak with the one and only Nick Frost about AMC's Into the Badlands, being chained to Daniel Wu, sprinkling “Frost Magic” on set, and of course what’s on his Dork Shelf!
TV writers Peter Counter and Susan Stover chow down on chit chat about their favourite food on the tube.
Grab your boom box and throw it in the garbage. This isn't Say Anything. It's Grosse Pointe Blank.
In this episode, Braydon and Natalie speak to Sophie Mallinson about strategies for self-care, games that make them feel good, and thalassophobia.
Gabby speaks with Niamh Schönherr about her upcoming game Sofðu litla tófan mín: A Lullaby (or “Sleep Tight my Little Fox: A Lullaby”), death in Icelandic folklore and ritual, and the connection between food and death.
This week on Loose Cannons, Justin and Mathew discuss REVENGE OF THE NINJA!
Ashley and Yaw pull apart the weirdness that is Bucky O'Hare for a big screen adaptation!
The Development Slate reimagines the Akira Kurosawa classic Rashomon!
After the obligatory deconstruction of Sunday night's disaster at the Oscars Dork Shelf's TV critics Susan Stover and Peter Counter talk about action and violence in television.
In this episode, Gabby speaks with Adam Saltsman of Finji Co. about their upcoming game Overland, permadeath design in video games, and what it means to survive the apocalypse.
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!
This week on Loose Cannons, Mathew and and Justin endure the adventures of Lou Ferrigno's HERCULES and review John Wick 2.
Dork Shelf Film Critic Jason Gorber sits down with Oscar-nominated Moonlight director Barry Jenkins and stars Trevante Rhodes and André Holland.