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
I wanted to write this piece for a while now! I’m asking you, moviegoer to moviegoer, did you ever have that feeling that you were somewhat alone with your arguments during a debate with some friends? Did you find yourself defending a movie that you loved, but that weirdly enough, nobody else seemed to care about? Well, my friends, you are far from being complete … Continue reading Movies Hated by Critics, But Secretly Loved by Fans – ScreenHub Entertainment
When Star Wars Episode I The Phantom Menace first came out, I was eight years old. I had already been captivated by a galaxy far, far away by seeing the Special Editions in ’97 so the excitement for seeing the origins of Darth Vader consumed the child that was me. And like any eight-year-old child, I absolutely loved The Phantom Menace. Darth Maul? Coolest guy … Continue reading ‘Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace’ Is Actually More Enjoyable Than You Remember – ScreenHub Entertainment
It must not be too easy being Rian Johnson right these days. The acclaimed director of films like Brick and Looper and in my opinion, the best episode of Breaking Bad, “Ozymandias”, landed a dream job and got to direct a Star Wars movie. Not just any Star Wars movie, but the eighth episode in the core saga. The hype was certainly real as all … Continue reading Despite The Turmoil, Rian Johnson Is Still Making ‘Star Wars’ Movies & We Don’t Deserve Him – ScreenHub Entertainment
Steven Spielberg has put himself at the center of quite the controversy. Since the Oscar Nomination of the Netflix original movie Roma, the veteran has begun a campaign to make sure that streamed movies are never again allowed to qualify for the Academy Awards. Many have viewed this this as a rather villainous stance from Mr. Spielberg, and while I disagree with his stance on … Continue reading Spielberg’s Misguided War – ScreenHub Entertainment
America loves its celebrities, so when one betrays their image, it can prove a bitter pill to swallow. The legacy of pop titan Michael Jackson has been tarnished for some time due to many allegations of child sexual abuse, but for a long time, these like many other scandals, were forgotten. That has all changed since Leaving Neverland. Now, not only are Jackson’s apparent victims … Continue reading Michael Jackson, Celebrity Worship, and ‘Death of the Author’ – ScreenHub Entertainment
Hi everyone, From a new face (here on Screenhub )with a new style to bring to you news on today’s 3rd trending hashtag on twitter i.e. Summer Walker. If you don’t already know her — she’s chocolate diva singing out her heart and breaking stereotypes with each lyric. Her latest album just came out and fans are going crazy! If you don’t follow her already … Continue reading Summer Walker is Trending on Twitter! – ScreenHub Entertainment
Nothing could have prepared me for the total uncertainty of being a first-time dad. These three films contain profound wisdom for anyone who, like me, is looking for fatherly wisdom. Continue reading These 3 Films Contain Inspirational Wisdom For Any Parent – 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
The future is digital. When it started, Netflix was the only competitive name in the international market for online streaming content, offering competitive prices and a wide variety of content. Needless to say, the playing field has changed since 2007. Now, audiences have a wide variety of services to chose from, including Amazon Prime, Hulu, HBO Go and the upcoming Disney Streaming Service, which will offer original Marvel content and the upcoming, $100 million Jon Favreau Star Was show. There are more top-tier options to chose from as well, including Sling, Playstation VUE and CBS streaming site All Access, which recently revealed Patrick Stuart’s return as Picard in an upcoming Star Trek show. YouTube has gotten into creating original content with Cobra Kai and Apple is looking to create original content by 2019 after investing $1 billion in the venture.
While the cost of streaming still is cheaper than regular cable for most, how long before those combined costs surpass the cost of cable?