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

'1917' Movie Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

It’s always interesting to see that war movies do so well during Oscars’ season! Indeed, we remember such recent epics like Hackshaw Ridge (2016), Dunkirk (2017) or even Zero Dark Thirty (2012), all have been remembered for their awesome cinematography, performances and use of sound effects. So much work is needed to recreate the chaotic and dangerous set piece of war, and modern movie resources … Continue reading '1917' Movie Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

Amanda Ripley Goes to College: Why 'Alien: Isolation' Novel Fails – ScreenHub Entertainment

Those who follow us are aware of my ever so modest love of Alien: Isolation. Following years of disappointing misfires, Isolation recaptured the feeling of watching the original Alien on VHS for the first time. So when news broke that the 2013 masterpiece was being adapted into a novel, it quickly became one of my most anticipated books of the year. Sadly, in spite of … Continue reading Amanda Ripley Goes to College: Why 'Alien: Isolation' Novel Fails – ScreenHub Entertainment

'Jojo Rabbit' Spoiler-Free Movie Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

Following Boy in 2010, writer, director, and actor Taika Waititi has had an explosive decade. He developed somewhat of a cult following with 2014’s What We Do In The Shadows, starring alongside Jemaine Clement (who he had previously worked with on Flight of the Concords amongst a few other projects such as Waititi’s first full feature film, Eagle vs Shark) and followed this up quickly … Continue reading 'Jojo Rabbit' Spoiler-Free Movie Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

Every Live-Action Star Wars Movie Ranked – ScreenHub Entertainment

Now that The Rise of Skywalker is out, we can finally rank all of the movies that have come out in the saga, as well as the live-action spinoff films to come out during the Disney era thus far. We’re excluding The Clone Wars animated film from this list, but if we were to include it, it would rank dead last-just for the record. The … Continue reading Every Live-Action Star Wars Movie Ranked – ScreenHub Entertainment

Featured Artist of the Month December: JWMCasavant – ScreenHub Entertainment

JWMCasavant describes himself as “specialising in inky blackness”. This is certainly an apt description, both because his chosen medium leans heavily toward black and white sketches and… Continue reading Featured Artist of the Month December: JWMCasavant – ScreenHub Entertainment

The One Mistake ‘Doctor Sleep’ Made [SPOILERS] – ScreenHub Entertainment

Doctor Sleep is a great movie. Directed by Haunting of Hill House chief Mike Flanagan, it respects and honours both Stephen King’s original novel, The Shining and the Stanley Kubrick adaptation and also functions as an independent sequel. No easy task. The narrative follows Danny Torrance, years after the events at the Overlook Hotel and explores the more supernatural aspects of the Shining power. Nefarious … Continue reading The One Mistake ‘Doctor Sleep’ Made [SPOILERS] – ScreenHub Entertainment

‘Doctor Sleep’ Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

“Here’s Johnny!” We all remember those words mentioned by a Jack Nicholson completely consumed by dementia, an axe in his hand, in the masterpiece horror The Shining (1980) of the great Stanley Kubrick. This film is much more than a classic of the seventh art, it’s now a true icon of popular culture. A film of great complexity and a rare genius for some, an … Continue reading ‘Doctor Sleep’ Review – ScreenHub Entertainment