Who Should Succeed Harrison Ford in the Indiana Jones Series? ‘Everything, Everywhere’ Has the Answer – ScreenHub Entertainment

With all the excitement at the movies this year, it can be easy for some to forget that Harrison Ford, star of the Indiana Jones series, will soon be hanging up the hat and whip for the last time. With the release of the fifth and final outing for Ford scheduled soon for release, many are wondering what future, if any, there is for the … Continue reading Who Should Succeed Harrison Ford in the Indiana Jones Series? ‘Everything, Everywhere’ Has the Answer – ScreenHub Entertainment

Everything Everywhere All at Once Review [Spoiler Free]

Ever since its first trailer dropped, Everything Everywhere All at Once has been turning heads. This mind-bending multiversal madhouse of a movie has even managed to pull some fan’s curiosity away from Marvel’s behemoth advertising campaign. We went to our contributor Chris and asked: can we believe the hype?  The Review You can absolutely believe the hype. Everything Everywhere All at Once is an incredible … Continue reading Everything Everywhere All at Once Review [Spoiler Free]

‘FRESH’ Review [Spoilers] – ScreenHub Entertainment

Modern romance! For many people, mainly Millenials and Gen-Zers, that means mobile apps where we can swipe right on profiles like they are cuts of meat at the grocery store. Funny enough, newcomer director Mimi Cave adapted that metaphor LITERALLY in her first motion picture: Fresh. There was a lot of chatter online in the movie community about this film newly released on Hulu and … Continue reading ‘FRESH’ Review [Spoilers] – ScreenHub Entertainment

‘F1: Drive to Survive’: Interesting Behind-the-Scenes Doc or Trashy Reality TV? – ScreenHub Entertainment

Formula 1 will always have a soft spot in my heart. I used to spend a week each year in my late teens and early 20s working in the pit lane. I’ve met a lot of the drivers racing at the time, touched the cars being towed back to the pits and even held the door open for Mr. E (if you know, you know). … Continue reading ‘F1: Drive to Survive’: Interesting Behind-the-Scenes Doc or Trashy Reality TV? – ScreenHub Entertainment

The King’s Man’s Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

The Kingsman movies have been, quite literally, hit and miss with me. The first one was a surprise hit, a self-aware James Bond tribute film that put an emphasis on chivalry and style. The second film, The Golden Circle, was a bloated mess that abandoned many of the fun little lessons of the first and brought back Colin Firth’s character, undermining the shocking twist of … Continue reading The King’s Man’s Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

The New ‘Texas Chainsaw Massacre’ Starts Strong But Fumbles The Finale – ScreenHub Entertainment

When it comes to horror, the 1974 Texas Chainsaw Massacre is one of the most relentless and effective horror films in history. As a series, the franchise is nothing short of a jumbled mess, lacking any sort of unifying vision. There have been some decent sequels, like the oddly comedic 2nd film and the surprisingly effective remake, and others that were beyond horrible such as … Continue reading The New ‘Texas Chainsaw Massacre’ Starts Strong But Fumbles The Finale – ScreenHub Entertainment

What Has Me Excited and Nervous About ‘The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power’ – ScreenHub Entertainment

For the past week or so now, we’ve been treated to a bevy of information concerning Amazon’s upcoming Lord of the Rings TV series. We’ve been talking about The Rings of Power quite a bit ever since it was announced, but we finally have our first look at it thanks to character posters, first look images and a teaser trailer. The show, which will take … Continue reading What Has Me Excited and Nervous About ‘The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power’ – ScreenHub Entertainment

I Grew Up With The 1960s ‘Thunderbirds’, Did You? – ScreenHub Entertainment

Let’s get this out of the way: no, I’m not 65 years old! Like most of you, I am a child of the 90s who had the great privilege to witness the reruns of the classic shows, and Gerry Anderson’s “Thunderbirds” happens to be one of them. Apart from the obvious that we all know and love (looking at you Star Wars and Batman: The … Continue reading I Grew Up With The 1960s ‘Thunderbirds’, Did You? – ScreenHub Entertainment