‘The Jedi’ Returns In This Week’s Episode of ‘The Mandalorian’ [SPOILER Review]- ScreenHub Entertainment

Now that we’ve passed the point where all the footage from the trailer has been shown, we’re tossed into the unknown. But the fifth episode of The Mandalorian wastes no time introducing its titular Jedi guest star. I was a bit nervous going into this episode as it was directed and written by Dave Filoni, whose works in season one felt a bit stiff. But … Continue reading ‘The Jedi’ Returns In This Week’s Episode of ‘The Mandalorian’ [SPOILER Review]- ScreenHub Entertainment

‘The Mandalorian’ Detours Into ‘The Siege’ SPOILER Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

I had a sneaky feeling that this week’s episode wouldn’t take us to Corvus just yet, but instead would see us pit stop at a familiar locale instead. And what do you know, that’s exactly what happened. While we have to wait a little longer to see Lady Tano’s live-action debut, this week’s detour to that meeting turned out to be anything but filler. Directed … Continue reading ‘The Mandalorian’ Detours Into ‘The Siege’ SPOILER Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

Rejoice! HBO is Adapting ‘The Last of Us’ With ‘Chernobyl’ Writer [Updated]- ScreenHub Entertainment

[Update: The Last of Us series at HBO has officially been ordered to series, meaning that the brass at the studio are impressed with the pilot script and/or vision of the entire season. The official synopsis reads as follows: “The story takes place twenty years after modern civilization has been destroyed. Joel, a hardened survivor, is hired to smuggle Ellie, a 14-year-old girl, out of … Continue reading Rejoice! HBO is Adapting ‘The Last of Us’ With ‘Chernobyl’ Writer [Updated]- ScreenHub Entertainment

Who Is ‘The Heiress’ In This Week’s Episode Of The Mandalorian [Spoiler Review] – ScreenHub Entertainment

Spoilers for both this episode and season 4 of Star Wars Rebels.  Last week’s episode of Disney+’s live-action Star Wars series, The Mandalorian, was fine but left something to be desired. I argued it didn’t move the plot forward in any meaningful way, despite being a fun and often humour diversion. This week’s episode, directed by Bryce Dallas Howard, is definitely not guilty of that, … Continue reading Who Is ‘The Heiress’ In This Week’s Episode Of The Mandalorian [Spoiler Review] – ScreenHub Entertainment

There’s a Passenger Aboard The Mandalorian’s Ship [Review] – ScreenHub Entertainment

The Mandalorian returned this week and already, we’re noticing some differences from season one already. Breaking away from the convention of Netflix, Disney+ has opted to release this show once a week, which has built up rampant anticipation, at least in theory. But with the unusual and unorthodox way of storytelling, some may feel a little let down by this week’s episode. Directed by Peyton … Continue reading There’s a Passenger Aboard The Mandalorian’s Ship [Review] – ScreenHub Entertainment

By The Gods, You Should Absolutely Be Watching ‘Blood of Zeus’ – ScreenHub Entertainment

Spoilers for the first half of the show. Do you like Greek Mythology? Do you think the last few attempts at adapting it, from Immortals to Clash of the Titans were missing something? Well, look no further, as Netflix has you covered with their original animated series, Blood of Zeus. Instead of adapting a preexisting myth, or remaking an old movie, the folks who gave … Continue reading By The Gods, You Should Absolutely Be Watching ‘Blood of Zeus’ – ScreenHub Entertainment

Remember, Remember, ‘V For Vendetta’ – ScreenHub Entertainment

“Remember, remember, the fifth of November, the gunpowder treason and plot.” Every year, people on social media throws this line into the proverbial wind, maybe less so for Guy Fawkes and the gunpowder plot, and more for the political action film V for Vendetta. While Guy would ultimately be hanged for his attempt (and would get a day named after him in the U.K.), the … Continue reading Remember, Remember, ‘V For Vendetta’ – ScreenHub Entertainment

There’s A New Marshal In Town: The Mandalorian Season 2 Premiere SPOILER Review’ – ScreenHub Entertainment

The Mandalorian is back for its sophomore season and already things feel simultaneously bigger and smaller. Disney+’s earnings must have been good over the past year, as the live-action Star Wars show certainly feels wider in scope, and boasts a much lengthier runtime than any episode in season one. What’s more, is that creator Jon Favreau wrote the script and makes his Mando directorial debut … Continue reading There’s A New Marshal In Town: The Mandalorian Season 2 Premiere SPOILER Review’ – ScreenHub Entertainment

‘The Road to ‘Cyberpunk 2077′: Alita: Battle Angel’ May Have Been Better As A Series – ScreenHub Entertainment

I’m not exactly familiar with Alita: Battle Angel, but like Akira, I’m aware of its impact on pop-culture. I was curious to see what Robert Rodriguez and James Cameron had to offer with this film. The legendary James Cameron wrote this adaptation, but arguably hasn’t really done anything “great” since Titanic. Avatar was, fine, but I think its legacy is dependent on the launch of the … Continue reading ‘The Road to ‘Cyberpunk 2077′: Alita: Battle Angel’ May Have Been Better As A Series – ScreenHub Entertainment

How Does ‘The Thing (2011) Stack Up Against John Carpenter’s Original? – ScreenHub Entertainment

I recently watched John Carpenter’s excellent sci-fi horror film The Thing for the first time. Considering how time is limited until Halloween, I figured it’d be best to cram a few more horror flicks in before we hit November. So why not explore the 2011 version of The Thing? Contrary to what you may think due to the title, this version of the movie isn’t … Continue reading How Does ‘The Thing (2011) Stack Up Against John Carpenter’s Original? – ScreenHub Entertainment