Tyler, The Creator’s 7th album, Call Me If You Get Lost dropped last night so here are some film recommendations based on the vibes of each of his albums. If you think there’s any others that would fit, please feel free to drop them in the comments. Bastard Goblin Wolf Cherry Bomb Flower Boy Igor Call Me If You Get Lost Continue reading Tyler, The Creator’s Career as Movie Recommendations – Screenhub Entertainment
At this point, it’s difficult to argue that hip-hop and RnB aren’t the number one genres of music worldwide. Every year since 2017, they have outsold rock and pop in the US (the previous holders of the crown). Naturally, this means that hip-hop seeps its way into other areas of pop culture – most obviously games, TV, and movies. The GTA series has been famous … Continue reading Yasuke’s Missed Opportunity: Where Does Hip-Hop Belong In Cinema? – ScreenHub Entertainment
Netflix seems to be opening up more and more people to watching shows that require subtitles (though this is probably also thanks to more general recognition of films such as Parasite winning awards that usually just have a side category for ‘foreign language film’ and don’t even include them in the discussion for ‘best picture’). Due to this slight change in demand and increased curiosity, … Continue reading 5 Foreign Language Shows to Check Out on Netflix – Screenhub Entertainment
Early in June 2021, 20th Century Studios announced that they would be producing a prequel to the critically acclaimed (and often criminally underappreciated) film Master and Commander: Far Side of the World. The film is being written by A Monster Calls scribe Patrick Ness and will take place before the events of the Russell Crowe film, meaning that a new cast will likely take to … Continue reading The Potential and Concern Over The ‘Master and Commander’ Prequel – ScreenHub Entertainment
When someone calls a piece of art that influenced us into question, our natural instinct is to defend it. I know that’s how I felt when I first heard about the criticism of The Silence of the Lambs. The accusations of transphobia didn’t make much sense to me, and since the film was one of the most influential movies of my younger years, I felt … Continue reading ‘The Silence of the Lambs’ In The Trans-Liberation Era – ScreenHub Entertainment
Horror is often the last thing most people think of when discussing Spielberg’s Jurassic Park. As a director, Spielberg has a reputation for shying away from that which is more dark and sinister, but this reputation isn’t entirely earned. Though not without its share of whimsy and wonder, Steven Spielberg still displays a real mean streak with Jurassic Park that recalls his earlier, rough around … Continue reading The Horror Roots of ‘Jurassic Park’ – ScreenHub Entertainment
In many respects, Star Wars The High Republic: Out of the Shadow feels like a coda or epilogue to all the stories that have come out so far while also leaving enough intrigue to keep us excited for the next wave. Written by Justina Ireland, who wrote the junior novel A Test of Courage, Out of the Shadows pulls elements and characters from many of … Continue reading ‘Star Wars The High Republic: Out Of The Shadow’ Review – ScreenHub Entertainment
did this series need a follow up and was it worth the wait?
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For those who have yet to dive between the pages of a Marvel comic book, these are three books that can give you a place to start.
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Taking place at the same time as The Rising Storm, Race to Crashpoint Tower is a light
ly deep, adventure from Daniel José Older
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