‘Red Dead Redemption’ Taught Me To Appreciate Westerns and The Great Outdoors – ScreenHub Entertainment

I’ve always been a big fan of the Grand Theft Auto series. Perhaps, as a city dweller, it was seeing these concrete jungles come to life as you speed through the streets and participate in a sprawling, epic crime tale riddled with satire and iconic characters. GTA is one of those series where you can just cruise around and cause mayhem and it’s still fun … Continue reading ‘Red Dead Redemption’ Taught Me To Appreciate Westerns and The Great Outdoors – ScreenHub Entertainment

Beginner Film Theory: What to Expect from a Community Movie – ScreenHub Entertainment

Since its re-release on Netflix, the cult sitcom Community has found a second life, recapturing old fans, bringing in new ones, and reviving the old discussion of just when will we get a Community movie? Early on in the show’s run, meta shaman Abed Nadir states that the ideal length for any television series is six seasons and a movie. The final episode of Community … Continue reading Beginner Film Theory: What to Expect from a Community Movie – ScreenHub Entertainment

The History of Justice League’s Snyder Cut – ScreenHub Entertainment

The unicorn of modern cinema is finally seeing the light of day. Zack Snyder’s cut of Justice League has become one of the most talked-about conversations in pop culture over the past few years. Some people didn’t think it existed while others swore that they had seen it and that it was beautiful. Regardless, no one actually expected to ever see it. But that all … Continue reading The History of Justice League’s Snyder Cut – ScreenHub Entertainment

What ‘The Hobbit’ Trilogy Got Right – ScreenHub Entertainment

So we all know that Peter Jackson’s Hobbit trilogy is an inferior piece of fantasy entertainment when compared to its big brother, the Oscar-winning adaptation of J. R. R. Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings trilogy. The Hobbit was mired in development hell and was essentially shot on the spot, with little time for Jackson and his team to plan it out properly. As such, the … Continue reading What ‘The Hobbit’ Trilogy Got Right – ScreenHub Entertainment

Is Godzilla Really Mechagodzilla In Godzilla vs. Kong? – ScreenHub Entertainment

The trailer for one of our most anticipated movies of 2021, Godzilla vs. Kong, recently dropped and everyone seems pretty excited for it, despite the so-so box office performance of the previous film in the franchise, Godzilla: King of the Monsters. One of the biggest conversations happening in the pop culture community is just why is Godzilla on the warpath against humanity? Unlike his previous … Continue reading Is Godzilla Really Mechagodzilla In Godzilla vs. Kong? – ScreenHub Entertainment

‘WandaVision’ Episode 3 [SPOILER Review] – ScreenHub Entertainment

After a premiere that left many of us confused, intrigued and borderline disappointed depending on who you asked, WandaVision‘s third episode is now on Disney +, as a replacement for the Mandalorian ‘Friday hype’. I thought that this one would probably deliver a little more of the show’s promises, but just to realize that we are pretty much in similar grounds as the first two … Continue reading ‘WandaVision’ Episode 3 [SPOILER Review] – ScreenHub Entertainment

[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