Spoilers for the fifth season. The Expanse just wrapped up its fifth season on Prime Video recently and there’s a lot to talk about. The space opera is one of the best shows on any television network these days, with the fifth season, in particular, shining some light on the co-stars of the show, rather than the series lead. The stakes have never been bigger … Continue reading ‘The Expanse’ Season Five Spoiler Review – ScreenHub Entertainment
At the time of its birth, the superhero genre was a charming, small industry that offered escape from an often cruel and unforgiving world, and gave its audience a glimpse of a place where truth and justice always prevailed. In today’s corporate ruled society, that simple charm is all but lost, with countless caped crusaders helming their own multimillion-dollar franchises often run by those who … Continue reading ‘The Boys’ And The Corporatization of Superheroes – ScreenHub Entertainment
Late Saturday night, the Coachella YouTube Live-streams broadcast, across all 3 channels, Guava Island – A Childish Gambino Film. It is definitely one of the most unique, unusual films this year and I loved it. In this post, I will be explaining what the project is and reviewing it. I will also be avoiding spoilers. I will, however, include a few small things such as … Continue reading Childish Gambino’s ‘Guava Island’ Spoiler Free Movie Review – 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?