The Growth of Donald Glover’s Surrealism and “Atlanta” – ScreenHub Entertainment

Atlanta is the most recent creation of Donald Glover (a.k.a. Childish Gambino), the artist behind 2019’s Guava Island, Because The Internet, and 3.15.20, writer for 30 Rock, and star of Solo: A Star Wars Story, Community, and The Martian to name just a few. Season 3 of the show is set to be released in early 2022, following a 3-year hiatus after the second season. … Continue reading The Growth of Donald Glover’s Surrealism and “Atlanta” – ScreenHub Entertainment

Film & Spirits EPISODE 8 – DUNE Review (Spoilers) / GUEST: Sebastian Sheath (ScreenHub Entertainment Contributor)

‘Fear is the mind-killer!” – We review the movie Dune (2021) by Denis Villeneuve. For the occasion, we receive our colleague and contributor to ScreenHub Entertainment, Sebastian Sheath, live from Berlin and fan of the Dune novels.  Apple Podcasts Continue reading Film & Spirits EPISODE 8 – DUNE Review (Spoilers) / GUEST: Sebastian Sheath (ScreenHub Entertainment Contributor)

‘The French Dispatch’ Spoiler-Free Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

Let me start by saying I’m a big fan of Wes Anderson. Going to the red carpet and premiere of 2018’s Isle of Dogs was probably one of the top moments of that year for me. The only film of Anderson’s I have yet to see is The Life Aquatic but I’ve loved all of those that I have seen. The French Dispatch, though full … Continue reading ‘The French Dispatch’ Spoiler-Free Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

‘Dune’ Spoiler-Free Movie Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

Denis Villeneuve has been consistently knocking it out of the park with his whole career. He made his big budget debut with the tense crime drama Prisoners and moved on to release Enemy in the same year. These were closely followed by Sicario and Arrival (his first big science fiction success). Blade Runner 2049 was a big test because the preexisting fanbase for Blade Runner … Continue reading ‘Dune’ Spoiler-Free Movie Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

“Shang-Chi” Spoiler-Free Marvel Movie Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

When you go to the cinema to see a Marvel movie, you don’t necessarily go for anything deep, but a guaranteed two hours of great fun and a solid adrenaline rush mixed with some levity and maybe a couple scenes of emotional weight (whether its for family, friends, or a romantic lead). Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings does not disappoint at all. … Continue reading “Shang-Chi” Spoiler-Free Marvel Movie Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

“The Suicide Squad” Spoiler-Free Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

Going into the cinema to see James Gunn’s The Suicide Squad I was fairly sceptical. The trailers were pretty good but considering the massive disappointment which was Suicide Squad, I was ready to be disappointed. That being said, the sequel was 2-and-a-bit hours of absolutely ridiculous fun. That being said, I have never been in a cinema with such sporadic laughing – at some point, … Continue reading “The Suicide Squad” Spoiler-Free Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

A Brief Who’s Who of Film Music – ScreenHub Entertainment

Over the last five years, we have entered into a new generation of film music composers. Though the likes of Hans Zimmer and Alan Silvestri are still regularly producing great scores, a new class has joined the scene. In this post, I will be leading you through some of the most notable names in film scoring and explaining a bit about their discographies, styles, and … Continue reading A Brief Who’s Who of Film Music – ScreenHub Entertainment

Tyler, The Creator’s Career as Movie Recommendations – Screenhub Entertainment

Tyler, The Creator’s 7th album, Call Me If You Get Lost dropped last night so here are some film recommendations based on the vibes of each of his albums. If you think there’s any others that would fit, please feel free to drop them in the comments. Bastard Goblin Wolf Cherry Bomb Flower Boy Igor Call Me If You Get Lost Continue reading Tyler, The Creator’s Career as Movie Recommendations – Screenhub Entertainment

Yasuke’s Missed Opportunity: Where Does Hip-Hop Belong In Cinema? – ScreenHub Entertainment

At this point, it’s difficult to argue that hip-hop and RnB aren’t the number one genres of music worldwide. Every year since 2017, they have outsold rock and pop in the US (the previous holders of the crown). Naturally, this means that hip-hop seeps its way into other areas of pop culture – most obviously games, TV, and movies. The GTA series has been famous … Continue reading Yasuke’s Missed Opportunity: Where Does Hip-Hop Belong In Cinema? – ScreenHub Entertainment

5 Foreign Language Shows to Check Out on Netflix – Screenhub Entertainment

Netflix seems to be opening up more and more people to watching shows that require subtitles (though this is probably also thanks to more general recognition of films such as Parasite winning awards that usually just have a side category for ‘foreign language film’ and don’t even include them in the discussion for ‘best picture’). Due to this slight change in demand and increased curiosity, … Continue reading 5 Foreign Language Shows to Check Out on Netflix – Screenhub Entertainment