‘Bullet Train’ Spoiler Free Review – ScreenHub Review

Bullet Train feels like a movie from a different era. Specifically, it feels like a mid-2000s action movie, Smokin’ Aces very much comes to mind, with a dash of early Guy Ritchie and a sprinkle of Tarantino for flavour. Coming to us from David Leitch, who has co-directed the first John Wick and has since gone on to direct Deadpool 2, Hobbs and Shaw and … Continue reading ‘Bullet Train’ Spoiler Free Review – ScreenHub Review

‘Prey’ Is A Sleek, Brutal Monster Western – ScreenHub Entertainment

When it comes to science fiction/horror, few franchises are both as beloved and spotty as the Predator series. Starting in 1987, the alien hunter has since made seven visits to the cinema, and none have garnered as much acclaim as the original suspenseful classic. By all accounts, the Predator franchise has been dead in the water for some time, so I was skeptical when a … Continue reading ‘Prey’ Is A Sleek, Brutal Monster Western – ScreenHub Entertainment

‘The Gray Man’ REVIEW – ScreenHub Entertainment

Talk about a great action duo! Ryan Gosling versus Chris Evans; the Blade Runner VS. Captain America. This is the kind of action rivalry we don’t get much these days, at least not since the Face/Off in 1997, when John Travolta and Nicolas Cage made it so great. It was only a matter of time before we got a good action flick with Gosling, as … Continue reading ‘The Gray Man’ REVIEW – ScreenHub Entertainment

‘Thor: Love and Thunder’ Spoiler Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

Spoilers After having some strong mixed opinions on Thor: Ragnarok, I was understandably a little apprehensive about its sequel, Love and Thunder. The trailers looked interesting, but just how bizarre Taika Watiti was there to be? I like many of his works, from The Hunt for the Wilderpeople to Jojo Rabbit and his episode of The Mandalorian. But with Thor, I often found he was … Continue reading ‘Thor: Love and Thunder’ Spoiler Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

Netflix’s ‘The Sea Beast’ Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

Over the years, I’ve noticed that animated films with a bit more substance to them have become harder and harder to come by. Too often, films for kids end up feeling like just that, films for kids, designed to keep their supposed little attention spans engaged on their movie with tons of humour and loud noises. The Sea Beast, then, is a refreshing change of … Continue reading Netflix’s ‘The Sea Beast’ Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

Is The ‘Uncharted’ Movie Any Good? – ScreenHub Entertainment

I’m a sucker for a good adventure film and the treasure hunting sub-genre is always a fun ride for me. Films like the Indiana Jones franchise, the 1999 version of The Mummy and the Uncharted video games are always swashbuckling fun times and personally, we don’t get enough swashbuckling these days. So I strapped in and watched the Uncharted movie starring Tom Holland and Mark … Continue reading Is The ‘Uncharted’ Movie Any Good? – ScreenHub Entertainment

‘Obi-Wan Kenobi’ Part VI and Overall Series Spoiler Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

“When I left you I was but the learner, now I am the master”. Those words will likely mean a little more to Star Wars fans now that Obi-Wan Kenobi has concluded its six-episode run on Disney+. It’s been something of an uneven adventure for the character, with some really great highs, and some bizarre lows. Thankfully, Part VI of the series largely sticks the … Continue reading ‘Obi-Wan Kenobi’ Part VI and Overall Series Spoiler Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

‘Obi-Wan Kenobi’ Part V Spoiler Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

Spoilers for Jedi Fallen Order are included in this article. Part V of Obi-Wan Kenobi marks the penultimate series of the series and it feels like the show has finally become the show I think a lot of fans wanted it to be. While action-heavy, the plot focused heavily on Kenobi and Vader while also pulling the veil back on Reva and allowing Leia to … Continue reading ‘Obi-Wan Kenobi’ Part V Spoiler Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

Film & Spirits EPISODE 22 – ‘Jurassic World: Dominion’ & franchise REVIEW / GUEST: Francis Papillon (Film & Animation Director)

To review the latest entry in the Jurassic franchise, Jurassic World: Dominion, the gents welcome Francis Papillon, a Film & Animation Director from Montreal with whom Fred had the great honour of working with during his short time as a producer. The trio also share their fond memories and opinions of the previous films, dating back to 1993 when Jurassic Park first came out.  Anchor … Continue reading Film & Spirits EPISODE 22 – ‘Jurassic World: Dominion’ & franchise REVIEW / GUEST: Francis Papillon (Film & Animation Director)

‘Jurassic World: Dominion’ Spoiler Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

Spoiler alert There are seemingly two certainties when it comes to cinema: nostalgia and dinosaurs sell. Jurassic World: Dominion, the third film in the sequel trilogy, understands this on paper by marketing the film as a world where humans and dinos co-exist while also bringing back the cast of the original film. It has all the ingredients to have a solid conclusion to the trilogy … Continue reading ‘Jurassic World: Dominion’ Spoiler Review – ScreenHub Entertainment