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.
This week, we dive into the Disney Network classic Kim Possible and pull from drastically different influences.
Jason Gorber speaks with director Hannes Holm about his Oscar-nominated film A Man Called Ove.
On this week's episode of The Development Slate, it's the classic Mad Magazine comic strip reimagined for the big screen: Spy vs. Spy!
We spoke with filmmakers Louis Theroux and John Dower about their new documentary My Scientology Movie and some of the strange challenges they faced while making it.
In episode two of Tuned In, Peter and Susan spill the beans about who they're crushing in in TV Land.
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.
In the premiere episode of Full Hearts, hosts Braydon and Natalie speak to their partners about the highs and lows of dating and gaming.
In this episode, Gabby speaks with Justin Kuiper, the lead writer at Route 59 Games, about how death is used as a mechanic and storytelling device in their upcoming game Necrobarista.
On this week's episode, Justin and Mathew watch a spooky haunted house horror show starring Vincent Price, Peter Cushing, Christopher Lee, and John Carradine!
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.
On this week's episode of Loose Cannons, Mathew and Justin get an extra special treat with 1983's Nana, the True Key of Pleasure. That might be a lie.
The CBC's Jon Ore joins Dork Shelf Games Editor Eric Weiss to talk about their first impressions of the Nintendo Switch.