[Updated] The Most Anticipated Films of 2021 (Hopefully) – ScreenHub Entertainment

Update: The Uncharted movie, starring Tom Holland, is now slated to release in February 2022, and as such, we’ve removed it from this list. Let’s try this again, shall we? So, going to the movies was something of a bust in 2020. Aside from 1917, which came out in January at my local theatre chain, the only flick I saw on the big screen was … Continue reading [Updated] The Most Anticipated Films of 2021 (Hopefully) – ScreenHub Entertainment

The Spell of ‘Midsommar’ – ScreenHub Entertainment

Though a relative newcomer to the genre, Ari Aster is already one of the most accomplished and effective horror filmmakers of his generation. Midsommar, his sophomore effort into the genre, is a truly bizarre and memorable experience that tells of a group of friends falling into the clutches of a Pagan cult in Sweden. Reminiscent of such classics as The Wicker Man, Midsommar takes the … Continue reading The Spell of ‘Midsommar’ – ScreenHub Entertainment

Are Home Alone’s McCallister Family The Real Criminals? – ScreenHub Entertainment

Home Alone is a Christmas classic that’s watched annually by countless families and fans each year. Kevin McCallister’s antics are the catalyst for many holiday laughs, even as his traps against the wet bandits clearly indicate this is a Saw prequel series made many years before that franchise would even launch in full. But while all eyes are on Kevin and his antics, we should … Continue reading Are Home Alone’s McCallister Family The Real Criminals? – ScreenHub Entertainment

Netflix’s ‘Mank’ Movie Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

At a time when the movie industry questions the existence of theatres due to our new viewing habits during the pandemic, the talented American filmmaker David Fincher, that guy who offered us The Social Network (2010), Gone Girl (2014) and Seven (1995), has a very interesting page of cinema history to read to us. Choosing Netflix as a distributor and producer for his new project, … Continue reading Netflix’s ‘Mank’ Movie Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

What Happened To Marvel’s Abomination? – ScreenHub Entertainment

This article is written by Hrvoje Milaković of Fiction Horizon. In 2008, the character of Emil Blonsky appeared in Louis Leterrier’s The Incredible Hulk as one of the antagonists in the second movie set within the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). Blonsky is a mercenary hired by “Thunderbolt” Ross to hunt down Bruce Banner, a.k.a. the Hulk. At one point, Blonsky decides to inject himself with … Continue reading What Happened To Marvel’s Abomination? – ScreenHub Entertainment

Is ‘Die Hard’ Really A Christmas Movie?-ScreenHub Entertainment

Yippy Kai Yay, Mother….you know the rest. That quote has become one of the most recognizable in cinema and it comes from one of the most iconic and beloved action films of all time. In a time when action heroes were big, buff, fearless and extraordinary, Bruce Willis came along as John McClane, an everyman average Joe who is suddenly forced to into a terrorist … Continue reading Is ‘Die Hard’ Really A Christmas Movie?-ScreenHub Entertainment

‘Klaus’ Is A Modern Christmas Classic – ScreenHub Entertainment

Some minor spoilers for Klaus I recently lamented how Kurt Russell couldn’t save The Christmas Chronicles from being a dumb, shallow and cringy Netflix holiday feature. So the search began for a film that was better in every conceivable way. Thankfully for me, I didn’t have to look far as I stumbled upon Klaus. I remember when this movie was first announced, but never took … Continue reading ‘Klaus’ Is A Modern Christmas Classic – 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

‘The Road to Cyberpunk 2077’: Without ‘Ghost in the Shell’, We May Not Have ‘The Matrix’ – ScreenHub Entertainment

I recently lamented how Robert Rodriguez’s cyberpunk action flick Alita: Battle Angel suffered due to a bloated script and lack of any real themes. It was a fun popcorn movie, but considering the genre, there was potential for so much more. While Alita may have failed to ask some of the harder questions, Ghost in the Shell on the other hand asks them in spades. … Continue reading ‘The Road to Cyberpunk 2077’: Without ‘Ghost in the Shell’, We May Not Have ‘The Matrix’ – ScreenHub Entertainment