The Pure Sci-Fi Vibe of ‘Foundation’ on Apple TV+ – ScreenHub Entertainment

Now that fall 2021 is officially Dune season for space geeks all around the globe, I think it is a great moment to discuss the sci-fi genre as a whole, in literature, TV and cinema alike. I’ve read many articles online that give massive credit (and rightfully so) to the author behind the Dune universe, Frank Hebert, for being one of the most influential authors … Continue reading The Pure Sci-Fi Vibe of ‘Foundation’ on Apple TV+ – ScreenHub Entertainment

Why You Should Watch The Original ‘Cowboy Bebop’ Now – ScreenHub Entertainment

It’s time we blow this scene. Cowboy Bebop is back in the conversation again, thanks largely to the live-action series on Netflix. But while fans seem to be divided about the new version, there are many people who’ve never even heard of Cowboy Bebop before now, let alone watched the original series. Regardless if you like anime or not, we’re here to help convince you … Continue reading Why You Should Watch The Original ‘Cowboy Bebop’ Now – ScreenHub Entertainment

‘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

‘Scream’ Is Still A Horror Classic 25 Years Later – ScreenHub Entertainment

For those who’ve never seen Scream, I’ll keep this article spoiler-free as possible! Halloween is just days away which means you still have time to squeeze in a few horror movies before the month is up. There are a plethora of options out there but if you’ve seen sitting on Wes Craven’s Scream or perhaps it’s been a long time since you’ve checked it out, … Continue reading ‘Scream’ Is Still A Horror Classic 25 Years Later – ScreenHub Entertainment

‘Halloween Kills’ Is A Mixture Of Tricks and Treats – ScreenHub Entertainment

Director David Gordon Green continues his revamped Halloween series with this brutal follow up to the 2018 sequel. Halloween Kills opens moments after the previous film ends, with the heroes recuperating in the local hospital before learning The Shape is still at large. As far as the Halloween sequels go, this is still one of the better, more ambitious films in the series, but while … Continue reading ‘Halloween Kills’ Is A Mixture Of Tricks and Treats – ScreenHub Entertainment

No Time To Die [SPOILER REVIEW] – ScreenHub Entertainment

Full spoilers after the first paragraph No Time To Die has finally been released and the film has has an impressive opening box office haul so far, considering the pandemic continues to limit cinema capacities in many parts of the world, the film has had the biggest opening of 2021 to date. The 25th Bond film was originally supposed to release back in April 2020, … Continue reading No Time To Die [SPOILER REVIEW] – ScreenHub Entertainment

‘No Time to Die’ Review [SPOILER FREE] – ScreenHub Entertainment

This is a SPOILER FREE REVIEW, so feel free to read it in its entirety before seeing the film. A spoiler review will be available here and on the next episode of ‘Film & Spirits’ podcast. IT’S FINALLY HERE! God, did we wait a long time for that one. After a while, I think I actually believed I was never going to see this film. … Continue reading ‘No Time to Die’ Review [SPOILER FREE] – ScreenHub Entertainment

Creepshow Season 1: The Best Segments – ScreenHub Entertainment

When it comes to the most underrated horror franchises of all time, Creepshow ranks near the top of the list. A creation of horror author Stephen King and zombie master George A. Romero, Creepshow was a tribute to classic horror comics such as Tales from the Crypt and Tales of Terror. With its unique comic-inspired visual style and a deliberately hammy delivery, Creepshow relished in … Continue reading Creepshow Season 1: The Best Segments – ScreenHub Entertainment