A Brief Who’s Who of Film Music – ScreenHub Entertainment

Over the last five years, we have entered into a new generation of film music composers. Though the likes of Hans Zimmer and Alan Silvestri are still regularly producing great scores, a new class has joined the scene. In this post, I will be leading you through some of the most notable names in film scoring and explaining a bit about their discographies, styles, and … Continue reading A Brief Who’s Who of Film Music – ScreenHub Entertainment

Tyler, The Creator’s Career as Movie Recommendations – Screenhub Entertainment

Tyler, The Creator’s 7th album, Call Me If You Get Lost dropped last night so here are some film recommendations based on the vibes of each of his albums. If you think there’s any others that would fit, please feel free to drop them in the comments. Bastard Goblin Wolf Cherry Bomb Flower Boy Igor Call Me If You Get Lost Continue reading Tyler, The Creator’s Career as Movie Recommendations – Screenhub Entertainment

Yasuke’s Missed Opportunity: Where Does Hip-Hop Belong In Cinema? – ScreenHub Entertainment

At this point, it’s difficult to argue that hip-hop and RnB aren’t the number one genres of music worldwide. Every year since 2017, they have outsold rock and pop in the US (the previous holders of the crown). Naturally, this means that hip-hop seeps its way into other areas of pop culture – most obviously games, TV, and movies. The GTA series has been famous … Continue reading Yasuke’s Missed Opportunity: Where Does Hip-Hop Belong In Cinema? – ScreenHub Entertainment

5 Foreign Language Shows to Check Out on Netflix – Screenhub Entertainment

Netflix seems to be opening up more and more people to watching shows that require subtitles (though this is probably also thanks to more general recognition of films such as Parasite winning awards that usually just have a side category for ‘foreign language film’ and don’t even include them in the discussion for ‘best picture’). Due to this slight change in demand and increased curiosity, … Continue reading 5 Foreign Language Shows to Check Out on Netflix – 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

Duncan Trussel’s “The Midnight Gospel” Spoiler-Free Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

On April 20th, Duncan Trussel’s animated Netflix show dropped and, along with it, do did eight entirely new and interesting universes that the protagonist (Clancy, voiced by Trussel himself) explores in each of the eight episodes. The show is fantastical and ridiculous, with each episode exploring new ideas and concepts while maintaining consistent levity. That being said, the show is not for everyone. Performances and … Continue reading Duncan Trussel’s “The Midnight Gospel” Spoiler-Free Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

Quarantine Comedy: Top 10 Netflix Comedy Specials You Should Watch? – Screenhub Entertainment

As quarantine continues, so do our Netflix watchlists. Thinking of this, I have compiled a short list below of Netflix Stand-up Comedy Specials that are definitely worth watching. I hope you like the post and the specials and please help us out by sharing the list! Pete Davidson – Alive From New York (7/10) Probably not your thing. In Alive From New York, Pete Davidson’s … Continue reading Quarantine Comedy: Top 10 Netflix Comedy Specials You Should Watch? – Screenhub Entertainment

‘Jojo Rabbit’ Spoiler-Free Movie Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

Following Boy in 2010, writer, director, and actor Taika Waititi has had an explosive decade. He developed somewhat of a cult following with 2014’s What We Do In The Shadows, starring alongside Jemaine Clement (who he had previously worked with on Flight of the Concords amongst a few other projects such as Waititi’s first full feature film, Eagle vs Shark) and followed this up quickly … Continue reading ‘Jojo Rabbit’ Spoiler-Free Movie Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

Breaking Down All MCU News From San Diego Comic Con 2019 – ScreenHub Entertainment

This weekend, Hall H at San Diego Comic Con was full to the brim with pop-culture news on the DCEU, Westworld, and, of course, Marvel Studios. I will be writing some more posts, updating you on the other news that came out but, for now, I will be breaking down all the highlights from the Marvel panel. The Lineup Closest to us, the Black Widow … Continue reading Breaking Down All MCU News From San Diego Comic Con 2019 – 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