When it comes to online gaming there are three important factors that you need to consider in an internet connection: the download speed, upload speed, and the ping rate. Although every game has its own speed requirement, it is better to install a high-speed internet connection so that multiple users can connect to the World Wide Web simultaneously. Test the speed of the internet connection … Continue reading Online Games that require the Minimum Internet Band – ScreenHub Entertainment
Iratus: Lord of the Dead, will take a unique twist on the roguelike genre as players take the role of Iratus, a newly resurrected necromancer
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At a press conference at the Casino de Montreal, the 11th Montreal Comiccon lineup was announced. As you know, ScreenHub Entertainment had a presence there last year and are looking forward to returning this year, especially after learning of who will be present at this year’s convention. Those who live in Montreal, or who will be town during the convention, can look forward to guest … Continue reading Montreal Comiccon Initial Lineup Announced – ScreenHub Entertainment
When it was announced that the Harry Potter universe would dial the clock back and head to the 1920s to tell a prequel trilogy, I was a bit concerned. I grew to be even more concerned when the planned trilogy expanded by two more films. How could they make five films about the in-universe textbook called Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them? So I … Continue reading ‘Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them’ Review – ScreenHub Entertainment
According to George R. R. Martin, author of Game of Thrones, casting is underway for the first Game of Thrones prequel (The Long Night). He wrote on his blog on October 30: Jane Goldman scripted the LONG NIGHT pilot and will be running the show. She and her team are busy in London right now, neck deep in casting, and I [Martin] expect some more names will … Continue reading Everything We Know About The First ‘Game Of Thrones’ Prequel: Not ‘The Long Night’ – ScreenHub Entertainment
The big winner at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con was without a doubt Warner Bros, dishing out a ton of amazing trailers and news, including a sneak peek at Wonder Woman 1984, a surprise trailer for Shazam!, a look ahead at their TV programs including a look at the DC streaming service, and killer trailer for Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald; a contender for best trailer of the show in my opinion. But the clear audience winner was the trailer for Aquaman. At the time of the start of this writing, a day after the trailer debuted, it’s still the number one trending video on youtube. The film is due this December and has only just started its marketing campaign, causing a lot of hype and anticipation around the film. Now that the trailer has surfaced (sorry), let’s talk about it and why it was actually a bit of a letdown.
With the recent announcements of the 5 Game of Thrones prequels that are in development, there has been a lot of speculation as to what they could be. As you can see in one of my previous posts on the possibilities, it is quite likely that we will see a lot of Targaryen history come to light, including the First Blackfyre Rebellion. In this post, I will … Continue reading The First Blackfyre Rebellion Explained – ScreenHub Entertainment
Disney’s is going full steam ahead on its live action remakes. We’ve seen hits like The Jungle Book and Beauty and the Beast in recent years and have The Lion King, Aladdin and Tim Burton’s Dumbo on the horizon. But as the remakes continue, it’s clear that Disney is clearly focusing the greatest hits from its catalog. And while that’s likely the best move financially, as more people will likely go see something they enjoy already, I think Disney should go deep into the vault and pull The Black Cauldron from out of the darkness.
(Disclaimer: This post contains mild spoilers for Game Of Thrones)
While Game Of Thrones comes to an end next year with season 8, five prequels have been announced to be in production but only one greenlit so far (The Long Night). Game of Thrones has easily become the most popular show of the decade and will arguably surpass J.R.R. Tolkien’s Middle Earth in the coming years. I think it’s fair to say that we want to see more of the Game of Thrones world following the end of the show and I think delving into its rich lore and history are just the way to do this. In this post, I will be breaking down what the 4 unconfirmed prequel shows could be and what else could be done with the universe.