‘Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald’ SPOILER Review-ScreenHub Entertainment

Due to the nature of this film’s divisive reviews and what happens in the film, I feel it’ll be a lot more beneficial to review Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald by diving into some of the spoilers. For that, you have been warned. Crimes of Grindelwald is the second film in the five-film Harry Potter prequel series. Eddie Redmayne returns as Newt Scamander, the … Continue reading ‘Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald’ SPOILER Review-ScreenHub Entertainment

What It Really Meant When Han Was Given The Name “Solo”-ScreenHub Entertainment

One of the cringiest moments in Solo: A Star Wars Story came early on in the film. On the run from a group of local gangsters, Han sees the Empire as a way off Coreillia-his home planet-and decides to enlist as a pilot. The recruitment officer asks for his information, specifically his name. When he asks for Han’s surname, the name of his people, his … Continue reading What It Really Meant When Han Was Given The Name “Solo”-ScreenHub Entertainment

‘Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them’ Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

When it was announced that the Harry Potter universe would dial the clock back and head to the 1920s to tell a prequel trilogy, I was a bit concerned. I grew to be even more concerned when the planned trilogy expanded by two more films. How could they make five films about the in-universe textbook called Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them? So I … Continue reading ‘Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them’ Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

One Year Later: ‘Thor Ragnarok’ – ScreenHub Entertainment

Welcome to One Year Later, a new series where we examine popular, newsworthy, divisive or misunderstood movies one year after they’ve been released to see how they’ve fared in an extended re-review. Our first entry comes from the 2017 smash hit film Thor Ragnarok, directed by Taika Watiti. The film was met with critical acclaim and made boatloads of money, $853, 977,126 worldwide to be … Continue reading One Year Later: ‘Thor Ragnarok’ – ScreenHub Entertainment

Netflix’s ‘Outlaw King’ Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

Outlaw King is the tale of Robert the Bruce, King of Scots circa 1306 as he rallies the common folk to his cause to fight the English. If that sounds a little familiar, you wouldn’t be wrong. The film is essentially a sequel to the 1995 acclaimed (but historically inaccurate) film Braveheart. Outlaw King made it’s debut at TIFF earlier this year to lukewarm reviews. Since then, … Continue reading Netflix’s ‘Outlaw King’ Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

How ‘Red Dead Redemption 2’s Slower Pace Enhances The Game – ScreenHub Entertainment

Spoiler free! Red Dead Redemption 2. Maybe you’ve heard of it. The blockbuster western has been making headlines lately, for its universal critical acclaim, it’s absurd attention to detail and for being the fastest selling piece of entertainment this year, even beating Avengers: Infinity War. The game has been out just over a week and the dust of excitement has started to settle down. But … Continue reading How ‘Red Dead Redemption 2’s Slower Pace Enhances The Game – ScreenHub Entertainment

‘Castlevania Season 2’ Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

It’s no secret that video game adaptations have been sub-par. They range from downright garbage to mediocre at best and haven’t shown much in the way of improvement over the years. That is to say, until Netflix’s Castlevania came around. Season 1 was a brief introduction to the world, with four half four episodes making up the first season. Now, season 2 is here and … Continue reading ‘Castlevania Season 2’ Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

‘The Haunting of Hill House’ Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

Netflix’s The Haunting of Hill House. Maybe you’ve heard of it. The horror television series has been making waves and I’ve finally finished the series. The show is inspired by the 1959 Shirley Jackson novel of the same name but makes some dramatic departures from that source material. Thus, we have a fairly original tale of a dysfunctional family set against the backdrop of an … Continue reading ‘The Haunting of Hill House’ Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

A Look Back: ‘The Crow’ – ScreenHub Entertainment

October 30th. The night before Halloween. To most, the day passes by without much fanfare. There’s nothing special about it. But the same can’t be said of those who have ever watched the 1994 cult film The Crow. The film is equal parts superhero flick and supernatural thriller, with more gothic style than you can shake an eyeliner at. The film’s legacy is marred with … Continue reading A Look Back: ‘The Crow’ – ScreenHub Entertainment

Star Wars Resistance: ‘Fuel for the Fire’ Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

The third episode to be made available before settling into a weekly schedule is called Fuel for the Fire and guest stars one of our favourite hobbits. Yup, Elijah Wood plays the young hotshot named Rucklin and gets Kaz into some serious trouble. It’s a bit jarring hearing such a recognizable name at first, but you grow to get used to it and quickly grow … Continue reading Star Wars Resistance: ‘Fuel for the Fire’ Review – ScreenHub Entertainment