Star Wars The High Republic: A Test of Courage Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

I haven’t read too many Star Wars junior novels to date. A large reason for this is because the ones that I have read came across as extended interludes that have little to no bearing on the bigger picture. That’s why it was a huge surprise and thrill to read Justina Ireland’s new junior novel, Star Wars The High Republic: A Test of Courage, one … Continue reading Star Wars The High Republic: A Test of Courage Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

Did Disney Reveal Too Much Star Wars? – ScreenHub Entertainment

In terms of entertainment news, 2020 has been relatively quiet. The biggest news day for films this year has been DC Fandome event earlier this year, that is, until Disney said “hold my beer.” In a four-hour investor meeting streamed online, Disney unveiled their plans for the near future, showcasing upgrades to Disney+, their popular streaming platform, new content and where brands like Pixar and … Continue reading Did Disney Reveal Too Much Star Wars? – ScreenHub Entertainment

Why You Should Explore Death Stranding’s Lonely World Right Now – ScreenHub Entertainment

It’s been a little over a year since Metal Gear Solid writer and designer Hideo Kojima’s first game without Konami was released, the oddity that was Death Stranding. Gamers and critics either loved it for its unconventional gameplay mechanics that set it apart from basically every other game out there or found the gameplay loop profoundly boring and the story absolutely bizarre. But those opinions … Continue reading Why You Should Explore Death Stranding’s Lonely World Right Now – ScreenHub Entertainment

Why I Think ‘Blade Runner 2049’ Is Better Than The Original – ScreenHub Entertainment

Spoiler alert. Let me just put it out there. Unlike Fred’s glowing recommendation of the influential Ridley Scott film, Blade Runner, I for one, am not a fan of it, regardless of which cut it is. Which is why I was so surprised that I loved Denis Villeneuve’s 2017 sequel, Blade Runner 2049. The sequel came out over thirty years after the release of the … Continue reading Why I Think ‘Blade Runner 2049’ Is Better Than The Original – ScreenHub Entertainment

Why The Original ‘Blade Runner’ Remains My Favourite – ScreenHub Entertainment

Since Blade Runner 2049 hit theatres back in 2017, there was a new hype surrounding the cinematic sci-fi world launched by Sir Ridley Scott back in 1982. Underrated and possibly ‘underappreciated’ by most moviegoers, this franchise finally got the prestige and the attention it deserves. In fact, this is the very same franchise that helped launch the genre called “Cyberpunk“, which merges futuristic dystopia, hacker … Continue reading Why The Original ‘Blade Runner’ Remains My Favourite – ScreenHub Entertainment

How Does ‘The Thing (2011) Stack Up Against John Carpenter’s Original? – ScreenHub Entertainment

I recently watched John Carpenter’s excellent sci-fi horror film The Thing for the first time. Considering how time is limited until Halloween, I figured it’d be best to cram a few more horror flicks in before we hit November. So why not explore the 2011 version of The Thing? Contrary to what you may think due to the title, this version of the movie isn’t … Continue reading How Does ‘The Thing (2011) Stack Up Against John Carpenter’s Original? – ScreenHub Entertainment

A Look Inside HBO Max’s ‘Raised by Wolves’ – ScreenHub Entertainment

HBO Max, the ‘Netflix-like’ streaming service launched by HBO, is now full-throttle in the US. The streaming service oligopoly has now become a real bloody arena, where the best service offering the most content wins, sword in hand. Owned by Warner Bros, HBO is now in a good position to rival Netflix, Amazon Prime, Apple + and Hulu. Most fans, like myself, had to remain … Continue reading A Look Inside HBO Max’s ‘Raised by Wolves’ – ScreenHub Entertainment

Who is Sasha Banks Playing in ‘The Mandalorian’ Season 2? – ScreenHub Entertainment

Finally. After months of waiting to see The Child (aka Baby Yoda, our Lord and Saviour) again, Disney dropped the trailer for The Mandalorian season 2 today, which streams on Disney+ as of October 30th. The trailer kept things close to the chest; we didn’t see Moff Gideon, the Darksaber or learn too much about the story in the footage revealed, but one of the … Continue reading Who is Sasha Banks Playing in ‘The Mandalorian’ Season 2? – ScreenHub Entertainment