Let’s Talk About ‘Terminator: Dark Fate’ [Spoiler Review] – ScreenHub Entertainment

As of late, I’ve been watching a lot of franchise movies to pass the time in these unusual circumstances. The latest one was the Terminator franchise, which was recently capped off by my first viewing of Dark Fate, the 2019 movie directed by Deadpool’s Tim Miller. The movie reunited Linda Hamilton and Arnold Schwarnezzger for the first time since T2 and James Cameron actually worked … Continue reading Let’s Talk About ‘Terminator: Dark Fate’ [Spoiler Review] – ScreenHub Entertainment

Spoiler Free Review of ‘Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt: Kimmy vs. the Reverend’ – ScreenHub Entertainment

In 2015 the world was introduced to a plucky, effervescent, and nigh unbreakable young woman by the name of Kimmy Schmidt. In the following years, this redheaded beacon of sunshine that beamed through our Netflix accounts became a welcome break from an ever more unsettling reality. Sadly, in 2019 the series reached its inevitable end… or did it?  In a year of global pandemics, political … Continue reading Spoiler Free Review of ‘Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt: Kimmy vs. the Reverend’ – ScreenHub Entertainment

Duncan Trussel’s “The Midnight Gospel” Spoiler-Free Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

Performances and Casting The voice actors behind The Midnight Gospel is made up of a group of comedians including Phil Hendri, Duncam Trussel, Joey Diaz, and Christina Pazsitzky. Each of them return throughout the show as a variety of characters and consistently deliver brilliant performances. That being said, if you are looking for deep, emotional, and heartfelt performances, this is not the show for that … Continue reading Duncan Trussel’s “The Midnight Gospel” Spoiler-Free Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

How ‘Halo’ Tackles Religious Extremism – ScreenHub Entertainment

Most people would praise Halo for its intense action before its intelligent storytelling. The classic science fiction shooter series certainly isn’t short on excitement, but the story it tells, particularly in the second and third games, is far more complicated than it first appears. When examined closely, the Halo series weaves a tale of religious fanaticism as complicated and rich with allegory as any, and … Continue reading How ‘Halo’ Tackles Religious Extremism – ScreenHub Entertainment

‘The Skywalker Legacy’ Documentary Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

After a shipping delay due to Coronavirus, I’ve finally got my copy of The Rise of Skywalker. It’s the only episodic Star Wars film I’ve seen once in cinemas and instead of jumping to the movie for a rewatch, I opted to watch The Skywalker Legacy, the two-hour documentary that’s included with it. I found the previous doc, The Director and the Jedi, included with … Continue reading ‘The Skywalker Legacy’ Documentary Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

How ‘Invisible Man’ Differs from Past Adaptations – ScreenHub Entertainment

The recent adaptation of H. G. Wells’ The Invisible Man has proven an unexpected treat. Brought to vivid life by the horror maestros at Blumhouse, this latest screen version of the seminal novel differs vastly from previous iterations from the story, allowing it to inject some new life into one of Universal Studios’ most impressive and long-lasting monsters. Leigh Whannell’s adaptation is a superb exercise … Continue reading How ‘Invisible Man’ Differs from Past Adaptations – ScreenHub Entertainment

When He Wasn’t Michael Myers, Nick Castle Made Our Childhoods Awesome – ScreenHub Entertainment

In a world of celebrities and superstars, it might be hard to think there are any unsung heroes in Hollywood. Believe it or not, one of those unsung heroes happens to be one of the most recognizable faces in horror. In the original Halloween, notorious spree killer Michael Myers was brought to life by an actor named Nick Castle. Castle’s portrayal of The Shape permanently … Continue reading When He Wasn’t Michael Myers, Nick Castle Made Our Childhoods Awesome – ScreenHub Entertainment

Early Reactions Reveal Details, Give Cause For Optimism On ‘Halloween Kills’ – ScreenHub Entertainment

Halloween Kills, the second film in David Gordon Green’s Michel Myers trilogy, has had its first test screening. Early buzz after the screening has given cause for cautious optimism, as apparently audiences enjoyed the film, and have even shared some interesting details that point to an ambitious sequel. More of the Night He Came Home The new sequel apparently takes a few pointers from 1981’s … Continue reading Early Reactions Reveal Details, Give Cause For Optimism On ‘Halloween Kills’ – ScreenHub Entertainment

Thoughts on Spiral: From the Book of Saw – ScreenHub Entertainment

It’s February, with Valentine’s Day right around the corner what better way to celebrate it then with the dropping of the newest trailer of everyone’s favourite love story, Saw. I sit here with excitement, a bowl of beef and barley soup and cup of coffee at my side with Jigsaw (2018) playing on my tv (I wanted Saw 3D but this was the only one … Continue reading Thoughts on Spiral: From the Book of Saw – ScreenHub Entertainment

Paul Rudd’s Odd ‘Halloween’ Relationship – ScreenHub Entertainment

It’s not unusual to find a big name actor who got their start in horror. A popular genre, horror has proven an effective springboard for future superstars like Jamie Lee Curtis, Kevin Bacon, Leonardo DiCaprio, Jason Alexander and so many others. Among these names is Marvel superstar Paul Rudd, who went toe to toe with Michael Myers long before donning his Ant-Man suit. But even … Continue reading Paul Rudd’s Odd ‘Halloween’ Relationship – ScreenHub Entertainment