Where DC Black Can Go After ‘Joker’ – ScreenHub Entertainment

Warner Bros. has a blockbuster hit with the divisive Joker film directed by Todd Phillips. It’s simultaneously garnered acclaim, winning the top prize at the Venice Film Festival and building up Oscar buzz while making a killing at the box office-the first R-Rated film. to rake in over a billion dollars.  At the same time, the film has been hit by a lot of controversies; none … Continue reading Where DC Black Can Go After ‘Joker’ – ScreenHub Entertainment

‘The Mandalorian’: Chapters 1 & 2 Review [SPOILERS] – ScreenHub Entertainment

The Mandalorian is the very first live-action Star Wars show, courtesy of the recently launched Disney+ streaming service. Produced by Jon Favreau and Dave Filoni, this is a gritty, dirty and cantina inspired trek in a galaxy far, far away starring a faceless and silent anti-hero as the lead. So, how does that work on the screen and how does it work? Since Chapters 1 … Continue reading ‘The Mandalorian’: Chapters 1 & 2 Review [SPOILERS] – ScreenHub Entertainment

‘Ford v Ferrari’ Review -ScreenHub Entertainment

I’m a simple guy; you show me a movie with cars in it, chances are I’m going to enjoy it. Likewise for films starring Christian Bale and Matt Damon, two of the best actors in the industry. Put both of them together and well, one can get very excited. What’s great about Ford v Ferarri, the latest offering from director James Mangold is you don’t … Continue reading ‘Ford v Ferrari’ Review -ScreenHub Entertainment

Just What Is A ‘Mandalorian’ in Star Wars? – ScreenHub Entertainment

The first-ever live-action Star Wars show is set to launch on November 12th, 2019 on Disney+, the Mouse House’s upcoming streaming service. The show is being written by Iron Man director Jon Favreau, who joins Dave Filoni, Kathleen Kennedy and Colin Wilson as executive producers. But if you’re only knowledge of Star Wars comes from the films, you may be wondering what an Earth a … Continue reading Just What Is A ‘Mandalorian’ in Star Wars? – ScreenHub Entertainment

The One Mistake ‘Doctor Sleep’ Made [SPOILERS] – ScreenHub Entertainment

Doctor Sleep is a great movie. Directed by Haunting of Hill House chief Mike Flanagan, it respects and honours both Stephen King’s original novel, The Shining and the Stanley Kubrick adaptation and also functions as an independent sequel. No easy task. The narrative follows Danny Torrance, years after the events at the Overlook Hotel and explores the more supernatural aspects of the Shining power. Nefarious … Continue reading The One Mistake ‘Doctor Sleep’ Made [SPOILERS] – ScreenHub Entertainment

‘Doctor Sleep’ Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

“Here’s Johnny!” We all remember those words mentioned by a Jack Nicholson completely consumed by dementia, an axe in his hand, in the masterpiece horror The Shining (1980) of the great Stanley Kubrick. This film is much more than a classic of the seventh art, it’s now a true icon of popular culture. A film of great complexity and a rare genius for some, an … Continue reading ‘Doctor Sleep’ Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

I Watched All The Saw Films So You Wouldn’t Have To – ScreenHub Entertainment

Note: So we’re a little late on this one, but better late than never! Enjoy! “If it’s Halloween. It must be Saw“ It’s that special time of year again. As fall rolls around and trees start to lose their leaves in spectacular orange and red beauty the world prepares itself for another Halloween. Houses get decorated with spiderwebs, skeletons and ghastly ghouls, Costume shops pop … Continue reading I Watched All The Saw Films So You Wouldn’t Have To – ScreenHub Entertainment

‘The King’ Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

The King, directed and co-written by David Michôd of Animal Kingdom fame, was one of my most anticipated movies of 2019. Set during the 15th century, it chronicles the rise of King Henry V of England and the eventual battle of Azincourt. I’ve been saying for years that the medieval epic should make a comeback and it seems they slowly but surely, they are at … Continue reading ‘The King’ Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

1001 Movies: To Be or Not To Be – ScreenHub Entertainment

Title: To Be or Not To Be Year: 1942 Director: Ernst Lubitsch Length: 99 Minutes Genre: Dark Comedy, War Rating: PG Country: USA   Right in the throes of World War II, one film was brave enough to laugh in its face and make fun of the enemy that was conquering Europe bit by bit. The sheer guts it took to even make a movie … Continue reading 1001 Movies: To Be or Not To Be – ScreenHub Entertainment

‘Zombieland: Double Tap’ Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

It has been a long ten years since the surprising success of the first Zombieland, now considered a cult classic zombie movie alongside such masterpieces like Shawn of the Dead (2004), and now director Ruben Fleischer and Sony Pictures finally decided to produce a sequel. I remember seeing this film with my friend when I just started college, we found its unique genre very cool … Continue reading ‘Zombieland: Double Tap’ Review – ScreenHub Entertainment