A Whiskey and a Movie Podcast Episode 2: The Green Knight / Val / The Eternals / Call of Duty: Vanguard & on the rocks or neat?

In this episode, we discuss the next blockbusters to come in cinema, despite the new COVID-19 variant. We discuss Sean’s experience watching The Green Knight and Fred’s praise of the Prime Video documentary Val about Val Kilmer’s career. We tip our toe into the world of video games, discussing the ‘Call of Duty’ franchise and more! …we ask the ultimate question: on the rocks or … Continue reading A Whiskey and a Movie Podcast Episode 2: The Green Knight / Val / The Eternals / Call of Duty: Vanguard & on the rocks or neat?

“The Suicide Squad” Spoiler-Free Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

Going into the cinema to see James Gunn’s The Suicide Squad I was fairly sceptical. The trailers were pretty good but considering the massive disappointment which was Suicide Squad, I was ready to be disappointed. That being said, the sequel was 2-and-a-bit hours of absolutely ridiculous fun. That being said, I have never been in a cinema with such sporadic laughing – at some point, … Continue reading “The Suicide Squad” Spoiler-Free Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

Trying To Make Sense of ‘The Green Knight’ Spoiler Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

The Green Knight is a surreal and open-ended piece of art that, like a painting, needs to be over-analyzed to get an understanding. As such, this will be a hybrid review/deep dive article as I try to make sense of the movie and as such, full spoilers ahead and the reason why it took so long to get it to you. When I walked out … Continue reading Trying To Make Sense of ‘The Green Knight’ Spoiler Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

‘The Bad Batch’ Season One Spoiler Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

After its abrupt cancellation, fans were passionately trying to get Disney to “save the Clone Wars“, the first CG animated series that Star Wars made and the only non-film property to remain canon when Lucasfilm and Disney wiped the Expanded Universe from existence. Season 7 finally came about on Disney+ in 2020 and opened up with a four episode arc about a group of elite … Continue reading ‘The Bad Batch’ Season One Spoiler Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

Any Revival of ‘Friday the 13th’ Should Focus On The Tragedy of Jason Voorhees – ScreenHub Entertainment

Even the most charitable opinions of the Friday the 13th series write it off as an enjoyable camp with little substance. I don’t fault the series for this as Friday the 13th never aspired to be anything more than straightforward genre fun. In many ways, it has already exceeded that goal, still going strong after 40 years even with its relatively simple formula. I’m a … Continue reading Any Revival of ‘Friday the 13th’ Should Focus On The Tragedy of Jason Voorhees – ScreenHub Entertainment

Don’t Just Read ‘The Silmarillion’, Rock Out To It In Blind Guardian’s Iconic Album ‘Nightfall In Middle-earth’ – ScreenHub Entertainment

there’s more than one way to experience The War of the Jewels. listen to Blind Guardian’s iconic concept album, Nightfall in Middle-earth Continue reading Don’t Just Read ‘The Silmarillion’, Rock Out To It In Blind Guardian’s Iconic Album ‘Nightfall In Middle-earth’ – ScreenHub Entertainment

‘Roadrunner’ Is A Wonderful Yet Tragic Portrait of a Reluctant Storyteller – ScreenHub Entertainment

Whether it’s the spoken word or the written one, I’ve been a fan of Anthony Bourdain since his work entered my life probably around eleven years ago. His ability to paint a portrait for those often forgotten or hidden voices, those belonging to refugees, immigrants, the lower class, artists, weirdos, etc, not to mention his candid and hilarious revelations about kitchen life, resonated with audiences. … Continue reading ‘Roadrunner’ Is A Wonderful Yet Tragic Portrait of a Reluctant Storyteller – ScreenHub Entertainment

What Happened To The Modern Iteration of 3D Cinema? – ScreenHub Entertainment

Three-dimensional movies have been a thing for almost as long as cinema has existed. It has taken on various forms throughout the decades, from stroboscopic animation in the late 19th century to the first 3D film shown to an audience in 1922, The Power of Love. Many of you may even remember the green and red anaglyph glasses that use to be needed to experience … Continue reading What Happened To The Modern Iteration of 3D Cinema? – ScreenHub Entertainment

What The Official Synopsis For The Lord of the Rings Prequel Series Tells Us – ScreenHub Entertainment

Update: We now have a release date and first look of the still untitled Lord of the Rings prequel series. The show, being produced by Amazon Studios and the Tolkien Estate in collaboration with Harper Collins, will premier on the streamer on September 2nd, 2022 and adopt a weekly release structure akin to The Mandalorian, as opposed to dumping it all online at once to … Continue reading What The Official Synopsis For The Lord of the Rings Prequel Series Tells Us – ScreenHub Entertainment

Whiskey and a Podcast: Episode 1: Loki & The MCU/Trainspotting/James Bond franchise

In this episode, we review the latest Disney + show ‘Loki’ following the finale and the overall Marvel Cinematic Universe , while also discussing our shared passion for the Transpotting films and the James Bond franchise. WARNING – This episode does feature alcohol consumption, listeners must be of legal drinking age (age varies depending on the country, province, state or region) to consume alcohol beverages. … Continue reading Whiskey and a Podcast: Episode 1: Loki & The MCU/Trainspotting/James Bond franchise