How ‘The Clone Wars’ Went From Zero To Hero – ScreenHub Entertainment

Thanks to popular demand, The Clone Wars animated series is currently resurrected and running it’s seventh and final season on Disney+. After the Mouse House acquired Lucasfilm, the series was cancelled midway through the sixth season in favour of working with a blank slate going forward and shifting priorities. The reaction did not go over well with fans, who have come to adore the series. … Continue reading How ‘The Clone Wars’ Went From Zero To Hero – ScreenHub Entertainment

Stressed About The Market Crisis? Watch These Movies To Understand It Better – ScreenHub Entertainment

I wanted to write this article for a while now, but I always stopped myself, thinking that most moviegoers might find the subject matter of financial strategy a bit too overwhelming for a nice, light “movie read”. After rewatching such great classics like Wall Street and American Psycho recently, I discovered that I had an inexplicable love for movies focusing on Wall Street, investment banking … Continue reading Stressed About The Market Crisis? Watch These Movies To Understand It Better – ScreenHub Entertainment

Suffering Unseen: How ‘The Invisible Man’ Tackles Abuse – ScreenHub Entertainment

The Invisible Man has proven yet another success for Blumhouse, bringing H. G. Wells’ classic novel to the screen with a fresh new take, and also tackling the timely issue of abusive relationships. One of the most uniquely unsettling aspects of The Invisible Man is how it tackles the subject of abuse, something that, apart from the central premise, it does with shocking realism. For … Continue reading Suffering Unseen: How ‘The Invisible Man’ Tackles Abuse – ScreenHub Entertainment

What To Watch, Play or Learn While You’re In Self-Isolation Due To COVID-19 – ScreenHub Entertainment

The world has been taken aback by the novel virus known as COVID-19. Schools around the world are closing their doors, gatherings of people are discouraged or banned, restos and bars have closed, major sporting events have suspended their seasons and thousands of individuals are finding themselves in self-quarantine for fourteen days at the very least. We hope for speedy and safe recoveries to anyone … Continue reading What To Watch, Play or Learn While You’re In Self-Isolation Due To COVID-19 – ScreenHub Entertainment

How ‘Invisible Man’ Differs from Past Adaptations – ScreenHub Entertainment

The recent adaptation of H. G. Wells’ The Invisible Man has proven an unexpected treat. Brought to vivid life by the horror maestros at Blumhouse, this latest screen version of the seminal novel differs vastly from previous iterations from the story, allowing it to inject some new life into one of Universal Studios’ most impressive and long-lasting monsters. Leigh Whannell’s adaptation is a superb exercise … Continue reading How ‘Invisible Man’ Differs from Past Adaptations – ScreenHub Entertainment

Is This What a ‘League of Legends’ Live Action Movie Could Look Like? – ScreenHub Entertainment

You’d be hard-pressed to find a more hardcore fan base than that of the online multiplayer battle arena game League of Legends. Since it’s release in 2009 it has gained a dedicated and diverse following including quite a few high-level celebrities. The band Imagine Dragons even composed a song specifically about League of Legends titled “Warriors”. One intrepid pop culture artist, and friend of Screenhub … Continue reading Is This What a ‘League of Legends’ Live Action Movie Could Look Like? – ScreenHub Entertainment

When He Wasn’t Michael Myers, Nick Castle Made Our Childhoods Awesome – ScreenHub Entertainment

In a world of celebrities and superstars, it might be hard to think there are any unsung heroes in Hollywood. Believe it or not, one of those unsung heroes happens to be one of the most recognizable faces in horror. In the original Halloween, notorious spree killer Michael Myers was brought to life by an actor named Nick Castle. Castle’s portrayal of The Shape permanently … Continue reading When He Wasn’t Michael Myers, Nick Castle Made Our Childhoods Awesome – ScreenHub Entertainment

Return to LV 1201: Remembering Aliens vs. Predator 2 – ScreenHub Entertainment

At a glance it may seem easy to dismiss Aliens vs. Predator 2. Sandwiched between the classic 1999 game and the 2004 film that finally brought this battle to the big screen, this 2001 shooter is often lost in the shuffle when looking at the crossover series’ impressive history. But make no mistakes. Even almost 20 years after its initial release, Aliens vs. Predator 2 … Continue reading Return to LV 1201: Remembering Aliens vs. Predator 2 – ScreenHub Entertainment

Early Reactions Reveal Details, Give Cause For Optimism On ‘Halloween Kills’ – ScreenHub Entertainment

Halloween Kills, the second film in David Gordon Green’s Michel Myers trilogy, has had its first test screening. Early buzz after the screening has given cause for cautious optimism, as apparently audiences enjoyed the film, and have even shared some interesting details that point to an ambitious sequel. More of the Night He Came Home The new sequel apparently takes a few pointers from 1981’s … Continue reading Early Reactions Reveal Details, Give Cause For Optimism On ‘Halloween Kills’ – ScreenHub Entertainment

Thoughts on Spiral: From the Book of Saw – ScreenHub Entertainment

It’s February, with Valentine’s Day right around the corner what better way to celebrate it then with the dropping of the newest trailer of everyone’s favourite love story, Saw. I sit here with excitement, a bowl of beef and barley soup and cup of coffee at my side with Jigsaw (2018) playing on my tv (I wanted Saw 3D but this was the only one … Continue reading Thoughts on Spiral: From the Book of Saw – ScreenHub Entertainment