The Mandalorian: Now I’m ‘The Believer’ [SPOILER Review]- ScreenHub Entertainment

In what feels like no time at all, we’ve arrived at the penultimate episode of the sophomore season of The Mandalorian on Disney+. This season has flown by so quickly it’s hard to believe that chapter 15 is the 7th episode of the run. Written and directed by Rick Fukuyama, who directed chapter 2 and chapter 6 in season one, this episode sees Din and … Continue reading The Mandalorian: Now I’m ‘The Believer’ [SPOILER Review]- 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

Kurt Russell Can’t Save ‘The Christmas Chronicles’ – ScreenHub Entertainment

Making its debut in 2018, The Christmas Chronicles was quite the trendsetter when it came out and all that people talked about for a spell at the time. How come, you may ask? Well, that’s the question I asked myself. Curiously, there weren’t too many reviews out on the movie from critics I admire and trust, leading me to finally decide to give this holiday … Continue reading Kurt Russell Can’t Save ‘The Christmas Chronicles’ – ScreenHub Entertainment

The Good, The Bad and ‘The Tragedy’ [The Mandalorian SPOILER Review]- ScreenHub Entertainment

The Mandalorian continues to pick up steam as it inches closer and closer to the finale of season 2. After last week’s run-in with Ahsoka Tano, the former Jedi padawan directed Din and Grogu (that still hasn’t fully sunk in yet) to the planet Tython, which is perhaps best known for fans of Star Wars The Old Republic MMO game. But once they get there, … Continue reading The Good, The Bad and ‘The Tragedy’ [The Mandalorian SPOILER Review]- ScreenHub Entertainment

There’s a Passenger Aboard The Mandalorian’s Ship [Review] – ScreenHub Entertainment

The Mandalorian returned this week and already, we’re noticing some differences from season one already. Breaking away from the convention of Netflix, Disney+ has opted to release this show once a week, which has built up rampant anticipation, at least in theory. But with the unusual and unorthodox way of storytelling, some may feel a little let down by this week’s episode. Directed by Peyton … Continue reading There’s a Passenger Aboard The Mandalorian’s Ship [Review] – ScreenHub Entertainment

Remember, Remember, ‘V For Vendetta’ – ScreenHub Entertainment

“Remember, remember, the fifth of November, the gunpowder treason and plot.” Every year, people on social media throws this line into the proverbial wind, maybe less so for Guy Fawkes and the gunpowder plot, and more for the political action film V for Vendetta. While Guy would ultimately be hanged for his attempt (and would get a day named after him in the U.K.), the … Continue reading Remember, Remember, ‘V For Vendetta’ – ScreenHub Entertainment

There’s A New Marshal In Town: The Mandalorian Season 2 Premiere SPOILER Review’ – ScreenHub Entertainment

The Mandalorian is back for its sophomore season and already things feel simultaneously bigger and smaller. Disney+’s earnings must have been good over the past year, as the live-action Star Wars show certainly feels wider in scope, and boasts a much lengthier runtime than any episode in season one. What’s more, is that creator Jon Favreau wrote the script and makes his Mando directorial debut … Continue reading There’s A New Marshal In Town: The Mandalorian Season 2 Premiere SPOILER Review’ – ScreenHub Entertainment

‘The Road to ‘Cyberpunk 2077′: Alita: Battle Angel’ May Have Been Better As A Series – ScreenHub Entertainment

I’m not exactly familiar with Alita: Battle Angel, but like Akira, I’m aware of its impact on pop-culture. I was curious to see what Robert Rodriguez and James Cameron had to offer with this film. The legendary James Cameron wrote this adaptation, but arguably hasn’t really done anything “great” since Titanic. Avatar was, fine, but I think its legacy is dependent on the launch of the … Continue reading ‘The Road to ‘Cyberpunk 2077′: Alita: Battle Angel’ May Have Been Better As A Series – ScreenHub Entertainment

Is “The Cabin with Bert Kreischer” Worth A Watch? – ScreenHub Entertainment

On the 13th of October, Bert Kreischer dropped his new show, The Cabin with Bert Kreischer and here is the premise: Bert goes to a cabin in the woods and does a bunch of random stuff with comedians. If you are already a fan of The Machine, this is probably appealing. For those not familiar with Kreischer, he is a stand-up comedian who caught a … Continue reading Is “The Cabin with Bert Kreischer” Worth A Watch? – ScreenHub Entertainment

‘TENET’ Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

Ah TENET … we’ve been waiting for this one for a while now. Its theatrical release postponed many times due to the pandemic, this film was the new hope of Hollywood and Warner Bros. Studios. to revive cinemas in North America. Betting on the talent of Christopher Nolan (Dunkirk, Inception and The Dark Knight trilogy) for the blockbuster spectacle, where the majority of the scenes … Continue reading ‘TENET’ Review – ScreenHub Entertainment