‘The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent’ A Surprisingly Sentimental Tale of Star Meets Fan

When I went to see Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent yesterday, I wanted to see Nicholas Cage un-caged, if you will, delivering a zany performance as he and his co-star bumbled from one over-the-top set piece to another. Vampire’s Kiss meets Lethal Weapon. Instead what I got was a story of a movie star and his biggest fan just experiencing life together…until the shooting started … Continue reading ‘The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent’ A Surprisingly Sentimental Tale of Star Meets Fan

‘Moon Knight: Asylum’ Spoiler Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

Five episodes into Moon Knight and we find ourselves at the penultimate episode. Looking back on the show thus far, it feels like quite a lot has happened. And yet, it also feels like not much has happened. This issue is felt more so than usual in the fifth episode “Asylum”, which offers some crucial backstory for Marc and Steven but little else during its … Continue reading ‘Moon Knight: Asylum’ Spoiler Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

‘The Northman’ Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

Where to even begin with this one. In many ways, I walked out of Robert Egger’s latest film with a similar feeling to what I had when I walked out of The Green Knight. Unlike that film, which was shrouded in vague symbolism to analyze for years, The Northman is surprisingly simple. But it has a similar sense of open-endedness that will have viewers asking: … Continue reading ‘The Northman’ Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

How Furries Conquered Cinema – ScreenHub Entertainment

A few months ago, the internet was alight with trailers for The Bad Guys, the latest animated film from Dreamworks. Within days of the trailer dropping, fan art of the lead character, Mr. Wolf, started making headway online, and some were shocked. Sure, the internet thinks the wolf is hot,’ people would say. My reaction? What did you expect from furries? Over the last few … Continue reading How Furries Conquered Cinema – ScreenHub Entertainment

Film & Spirits EPISODE 18 – Yippie Kay Yay, Bruce Willis! / ‘Thor: Love and Thunder’ teaser / Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga

In honor of their childhood hero Bruce Willis, Fred and Sean discuss his career and their favourite characters. The gents also review the new ‘Thor: Love and Thunder‘ teaser trailer, while Fred also shares his first impressions of ‘Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga’ while building blocks on Xbox One. Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/film-spirits-podcast/message Anchor Apple Continue reading Film & Spirits EPISODE 18 – Yippie Kay Yay, Bruce Willis! / ‘Thor: Love and Thunder’ teaser / Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga

‘Moon Knight: The Tomb’ Spoiler Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

If you’re anything like me, and you simply adore the 1999 masterpiece that is The Mummy, you got a real kick out of the latest episode of Moon Knight. This episode really dove into the adventure and horror angle often associated with Ancient Egypt, while also serving up essential character moments. Then, just when things seemed at their most dire, the show pulled the rug … Continue reading ‘Moon Knight: The Tomb’ Spoiler Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

‘Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore’ Spoiler-Free Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

Harry Potter is one of the most beloved franchises in modern pop culture. From the books to the films, many grew up on the story of the Boy Who Lived and have fond memories of their time immersed in the world, so much so that there was a 20th anniversary special in 2022. The same can’t be said for the Fantastic Beasts series. A prequel … Continue reading ‘Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore’ Spoiler-Free Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

The Mighty Jane Foster: Moments From the Comics We Hope We See in ‘Thor: Love and Thunder’ – ScreenHub Entertainment

Update: With multiple leaks and a colorful new trailer, we now know a bit more about the upcoming Marvel film Thor: Love and Thunder. However, even with the revelation that the big bad is to be Gorr: The God Butcher and not Mangog, there are more than a few moments from the comics that would be delightful to see. Taika Waititi, we still hope you’re … Continue reading The Mighty Jane Foster: Moments From the Comics We Hope We See in ‘Thor: Love and Thunder’ – ScreenHub Entertainment

How ‘The Magnificent Seven’ and Modern Westerns Shine a Light on Race in the Wild West – ScreenHub Entertainment

Update: MTV announced that David Oyelowo will star in the spinoff limited series 1883: The Bass Reeves Story, which is a spinoff to 1883, which in turn, is a prequel to Yellowstone. Bass Reeves is mentioned in this article and it is great to see that a major studio is committing to his story with an acclaimed actor in the lead role. Original story follows. … Continue reading How ‘The Magnificent Seven’ and Modern Westerns Shine a Light on Race in the Wild West – ScreenHub Entertainment

‘Moon Knight: The Friendly Type’ Spoiler Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

Tonally, I found last week’s episode to be a little all over the place but episode three of Moon Knight, “The Friendly Type”, reverts back to the more grounded and grittier tone found in the premiere. That could be in part to director Mohamed Diab, whose back behind the camera (and will direct four of the six episodes overall). Episode three offers quite the adventure … Continue reading ‘Moon Knight: The Friendly Type’ Spoiler Review – ScreenHub Entertainment