How ‘Stranger Things’ Has Changed – ScreenHub Entertainment

Though Stranger Things 3 continues to enjoy the warm critical reception of its predecessors, I couldn’t help but notice some stark changes from the show that captured my imagination back in 2016. While the original show was a superb blend of science fiction and horror, Stranger Things 3 has put a far greater emphasis on comedy at the expense of many of the scares. But … Continue reading How ‘Stranger Things’ Has Changed – ScreenHub Entertainment

Montreal Comiccon: Darth Maul Gets Funny, Weird and Real on Stage – ScreenHub Entertainment

The panel was scheduled to start at 5:15PM on Saturday. Naturally, this means fans-and press-have to line up early to ensure the best seats available. Next thing we know, it’s 5:30 and Ray Park, perhaps best known as Darth Maul on the big screen, is nowhere to be seen. The host of the panel assures us it won’t be much longer as he brings out … Continue reading Montreal Comiccon: Darth Maul Gets Funny, Weird and Real on Stage – ScreenHub Entertainment

Montreal Comiccon: Elijah Wood Talks Hobbits and the Bizarre – ScreenHub Entertainment

Elijah Wood was an honoured guest at this year’s Montreal Comiccon and as such, had a lot to stay when he sat down for a Q&A on Saturday afternoon. Amazingly, the former child actor didn’t have to spend the entirety of his time talking about his largest role, which ironically saw him playing the hobbit Frodo Baggins in Peter Jackson’s Lord of the Rings trilogy. … Continue reading Montreal Comiccon: Elijah Wood Talks Hobbits and the Bizarre – ScreenHub Entertainment

A Christian’s Take On ‘Good Omens’ – ScreenHub Entertainment

Since its release, Good Omens has joined the ranks of many other films and tv shows that have dared to question some of faith’s most sacred ideas. I myself am a Christian, and my faith is something very near and dear to me. So what does this person of faith think of this outrageous, ludicrous piece of media that supposedly makes a mockery of some … Continue reading A Christian’s Take On ‘Good Omens’ – ScreenHub Entertainment

The Marcus Nelson Murders and When They See Us; Two Perspectives On A Broken System – ScreenHub Entertainment

Since its Netflix debut, When They See Us has received wide acclaim for its sobering and unflinching look at the ordeal of the Central Park 5, five youths who were coerced into confessing to the violent rape of a jogger and subsequently convicted of the crime. The series follows the five from the night of the crime to their eventual exoneration some fourteen years later. … Continue reading The Marcus Nelson Murders and When They See Us; Two Perspectives On A Broken System – ScreenHub Entertainment

‘The Dead Don’t Die’ Spoiler-Free Movie Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

The Dead Don’t Die is the latest film from Jim Jarmusch, director of Broken Flowers, Only Lovers Left Alive, and Paterson and it is probably one of the most unique and unusual films that I’ve seen this year. The biggest draw of the film is probably the cast. Bill Murray and Adam Driver take centre stage (this is Murray’s second film with Jarmusch) and the … Continue reading ‘The Dead Don’t Die’ Spoiler-Free Movie Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

‘Men In Black: International’ Spoiler Free Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

Bringing back Men In Black, 7 years after the last movie and 22 after the first, Men In Black: International renews the series, acting as both an effective reboot (new cast, new characters, new setting) and a sequel. It reunites Chris Hemsworth (In the Heart of the Sea, Cabin in the Woods) and Tessa Thompson (Creed, Annihilation) as Agents H & M (respectively) after their … Continue reading ‘Men In Black: International’ Spoiler Free Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

‘Godzilla’ And the Art of Dumb Cinema – ScreenHub Entertainment

Let’s get one thing out of the way. Godzilla: King of the Monsters is a dumb movie. It is one of the dumbest big-budget blockbusters we’ve seen all year, with over the top chaos, a weak cardboard cast of human pawns, and more cliches than the supermarket greeting card aisle. But fear not, for these flaws conspire to make an all around entertaining action extravaganza. … Continue reading ‘Godzilla’ And the Art of Dumb Cinema – ScreenHub Entertainment

Movies Hated by Critics, But Secretly Loved by Fans Part II – ScreenHub Entertainment

Yes, that’s right, I’m only starting with these articles on the “unloved soldiers” of my movie collection! This is the second part of a three-part article on movies that, strangely, are unpopular with critics, but still managed to generate a fanbase throughout the years. As I mentioned previously, in the next paragraphs, it will be my great honour to introduce you to some of the … Continue reading Movies Hated by Critics, But Secretly Loved by Fans Part II – ScreenHub Entertainment

‘Godzilla: King of the Monsters’ Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

Godzilla: King of the Monsters ranked very high on our list of most anticipated movies of 2019. I was actually a fan of 2014’s Godzilla entry despite wishing there’d be more Godzilla in it. Also worth mentioning, I was not a fan of 2017’s Kong: Skull Island, a film set within the same MonsterVerse that Legendary Pictures and Warner Bros have established. This film brought … Continue reading ‘Godzilla: King of the Monsters’ Review – ScreenHub Entertainment