Featured Artist of the Month: C. Moore Designs – ScreenHub Entertainment

For the Featured Artist of the Month for October, we have Christopher Moore, known professionally as C. Moore Designs. One of our featured writers, Reel*hit, otherwise known as Sean Gallagher, met Chris by chance and has followed his work with interest. Now seems like as good a time as any to share his work with the rest of you!   Tell us a bit about … Continue reading Featured Artist of the Month: C. Moore Designs – ScreenHub Entertainment

‘Assassin’s Creed Unity’ Succeeds Where ‘Odyssey’ Failed – ScreenHub Entertainment

I recently completed the main story in Ubisoft’s latest entry in their popular historical fantasy series, Assassin’s Creed. The game built on its predecessor, Origins, and fully embraced its RPG mechanics, complete with branching quests, dialogue options and level scaling enemies. Ubisoft seriously took a page out of Witcher 3’s book. The map was huge and centred on Greek history and even mythology circa 430 … Continue reading ‘Assassin’s Creed Unity’ Succeeds Where ‘Odyssey’ Failed – ScreenHub Entertainment

Why The First Order Has to Survive ‘Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker’ – ScreenHub Entertainment

Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker is less than half a year away, and is the swan song of the divisive sequel trilogy. JJ Abrams returns to the director’s chair yet again to try and win some good faith for the franchise which saw it’s fanbase get seriously divided over the events of The Last Jedi. This means we’ll likely be getting a safer movie … Continue reading Why The First Order Has to Survive ‘Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker’ – ScreenHub Entertainment

Disney and the Death of Imagination – ScreenHub Entertainment

Once upon a time, the Walt Disney Company was a beacon of imagination, creativity and marketability. They took some of the most terrifying stories ever written, often credited to the Brothers Grimm, and gave the princess the fairy tale ending she didn’t get in those original stories. This was the surefire way to success that the company built itself upon and would continue to do … Continue reading Disney and the Death of Imagination – ScreenHub Entertainment

‘Blinded by the Light’ Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

It’s a difficult task to make a socially relevant movie set in the 80s that’s simultaneously a “feel-good movie”, but Gurinder Chadha (Bend it like Beckham) has somehow done it in this movie inspired by the true story of Sarfraz Manzoor, who co-wrote the script. Buy your tickets to ‘Blinded by the Light’ here! Not only do you get your tickets, but you’re helping ScreenHub … Continue reading ‘Blinded by the Light’ Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

Did Shannon Lee Misunderstand Bruce Lee’s Fight Scene in ‘Once Upon a Time…in Hollywood’? – ScreenHub Entertainment

Shortly after Tarantino’s latest, Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood, hit the big screen, there was controversy. That’s usually the case for a Tarantino movie. But this time, it had nothing to do with the violence or the dialogue. Set in 1969, Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood follows two has-beens in the twilight of their careers and their interactions with famous characters and events; … Continue reading Did Shannon Lee Misunderstand Bruce Lee’s Fight Scene in ‘Once Upon a Time…in Hollywood’? – ScreenHub Entertainment

‘Fast and Furious Presents: Hobbs and Shaw’ Spoiler-Free Movie Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

If you were to tell me back in 2001 that The Fast and the Furious would be working on its ninth movie and that it would also be in the midst of a spinoff franchise starring The Rock, I would have called you crazy and a liar. But here we are, with the release of the first Fast spinoff film, Hobbs and Shaw, which stars … Continue reading ‘Fast and Furious Presents: Hobbs and Shaw’ Spoiler-Free Movie Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

Montreal Comiccon: Darth Maul Gets Funny, Weird and Real on Stage – ScreenHub Entertainment

The panel was scheduled to start at 5:15PM on Saturday. Naturally, this means fans-and press-have to line up early to ensure the best seats available. Next thing we know, it’s 5:30 and Ray Park, perhaps best known as Darth Maul on the big screen, is nowhere to be seen. The host of the panel assures us it won’t be much longer as he brings out … Continue reading Montreal Comiccon: Darth Maul Gets Funny, Weird and Real on Stage – ScreenHub Entertainment

Montreal Comiccon: We Explore The Final Frontier with Star Trek Discovery’s Spock and Captain Pike – ScreenHub Entertainment

Season two was a big year for the cast and crew of Star Trek Discovery, CBS All Access’ modern prequel series to The Original Series. Season one of the show built its foundation on new characters with some loose ties to the grander story but that all changed with the reintroduction of Spock and Captain Pike of the USS Enterprise to the narrative. Ethan Peck … Continue reading Montreal Comiccon: We Explore The Final Frontier with Star Trek Discovery’s Spock and Captain Pike – ScreenHub Entertainment

Montreal Comiccon: A Wacky and Unusual Chat with Klaus and Kid Luther from Netflix’s ‘The Umbrella Academy’ – ScreenHub Entertainment

At the 2019 Montreal Comiccon, two members of the hit Netflix series The Umbrella Academy graced the big hall on the fifth floor to talk about what it’s like playing dysfunctional superheroes. Those two actors were, of course, local actor Cameron Brodeur, who plays Young Luther and the Irish native Robert Sheehan, who plays Klaus. Sheehan in real life isn’t too far off his superhero … Continue reading Montreal Comiccon: A Wacky and Unusual Chat with Klaus and Kid Luther from Netflix’s ‘The Umbrella Academy’ – ScreenHub Entertainment