‘Bullet Train’ Spoiler Free Review – ScreenHub Review

Bullet Train feels like a movie from a different era. Specifically, it feels like a mid-2000s action movie, Smokin’ Aces very much comes to mind, with a dash of early Guy Ritchie and a sprinkle of Tarantino for flavour. Coming to us from David Leitch, who has co-directed the first John Wick and has since gone on to direct Deadpool 2, Hobbs and Shaw and … Continue reading ‘Bullet Train’ Spoiler Free Review – ScreenHub Review

Nine Changes Peter Jackson Made In ‘The Lord of the Rings’ – ScreenHub Entertainment

I write this article not to nitpick or throw the Peter Jackson movies under the bus. On the contrary, Jackson’s Lord of the Rings films are some of my favourite films of all time. But some of the fan response to The Rings of Power has thrown me a bit off. Apart from all the racists coming out of the floorboards, a big reason why … Continue reading Nine Changes Peter Jackson Made In ‘The Lord of the Rings’ – ScreenHub Entertainment

‘Prey’ Is A Sleek, Brutal Monster Western – ScreenHub Entertainment

When it comes to science fiction/horror, few franchises are both as beloved and spotty as the Predator series. Starting in 1987, the alien hunter has since made seven visits to the cinema, and none have garnered as much acclaim as the original suspenseful classic. By all accounts, the Predator franchise has been dead in the water for some time, so I was skeptical when a … Continue reading ‘Prey’ Is A Sleek, Brutal Monster Western – ScreenHub Entertainment

The ‘Predator’ Movies Have Always Been Woke – ScreenHub Entertainment

Recently the release of the trailer for Prey, the latest film in the Predator franchise, has been making rounds on the internet. This latest film continues the anthology base of the previous films, taking the series out of the modern-day and, instead, weaving a period piece about a young Indigenous American woman named Naru (played by Amber Midthunder) going head to head with one of … Continue reading The ‘Predator’ Movies Have Always Been Woke – ScreenHub Entertainment

Film & Spirits EPISODE 24 – Montreal & San Diego Comic-Cons / Thor: Love and Thunder

After spending time at the Montreal Comic-Con, Fred and Sean discuss their experience attending the different panels, while also referring to the latest reveals of the San Diego Comic-Con. Sean also takes the opportunity to review Thor: Love and Thunder. Big shoutout to Live City Media for all the help they’ve provided. We encourage you to check out their site and get in touch with … Continue reading Film & Spirits EPISODE 24 – Montreal & San Diego Comic-Cons / Thor: Love and Thunder

‘The Gray Man’ REVIEW – ScreenHub Entertainment

Talk about a great action duo! Ryan Gosling versus Chris Evans; the Blade Runner VS. Captain America. This is the kind of action rivalry we don’t get much these days, at least not since the Face/Off in 1997, when John Travolta and Nicolas Cage made it so great. It was only a matter of time before we got a good action flick with Gosling, as … Continue reading ‘The Gray Man’ REVIEW – ScreenHub Entertainment

Biggest Announcements From SDCC -ScreenHub Entertainment

San Diego Comiccon is the mecha for fandom and geek culture and it just concluded this past weekend. So it should come as no surprise that there was a ton of information released to the public and exclusively to those in attendance. I won’t give a play-by-play of everything that happened, but a quick highlight as to some of the (subjectively) best announcements and reveals … Continue reading Biggest Announcements From SDCC -ScreenHub Entertainment

What to Expect from ‘Halloween Ends’ – ScreenHub Entertainment

Since the polarizing release of Halloween Kills last year, horror fans have been wondering how David Gordon Green and Danny McBride were planning to wrap up their sequel trilogy to John Carpenter’s original classic. Their latest film, Halloween Ends, is being billed as the final installment in the Laurie Strode, Michael Myers saga. These last few days have seen the release of the first teaser … Continue reading What to Expect from ‘Halloween Ends’ – ScreenHub Entertainment

Facing Our Toxic Fandom – ScreenHub Entertainment

When Sir Arthur Conan Doyle killed off Sherlock Holmes in The Final Problem, reactions from his readership were, to say the least, very vocal. He received backlash from longtime fans of the series, including from his own mother. Eventually, the backlash escalated to death threats. Frazzled by the reaction, the horrified author eventually wrote Adventure of the Empty House to resurrect the character and quell … Continue reading Facing Our Toxic Fandom – ScreenHub Entertainment

‘Thor: Love and Thunder’ Spoiler Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

Spoilers After having some strong mixed opinions on Thor: Ragnarok, I was understandably a little apprehensive about its sequel, Love and Thunder. The trailers looked interesting, but just how bizarre Taika Watiti was there to be? I like many of his works, from The Hunt for the Wilderpeople to Jojo Rabbit and his episode of The Mandalorian. But with Thor, I often found he was … Continue reading ‘Thor: Love and Thunder’ Spoiler Review – ScreenHub Entertainment