‘Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero’ Spoiler Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

I’m going to keep things spoiler-free overall, but I do feel I have to talk about one element about the villain so I’m flagging the article with a spoiler and will mark the paragraph in question with an alert. Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero may have a dumb name, but it opened at number one at the US box office. Despite launching in the 80s, … Continue reading ‘Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero’ 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

How Furries Conquered Cinema – ScreenHub Entertainment

A few months ago, the internet was alight with trailers for The Bad Guys, the latest animated film from Dreamworks. Within days of the trailer dropping, fan art of the lead character, Mr. Wolf, started making headway online, and some were shocked. Sure, the internet thinks the wolf is hot,’ people would say. My reaction? What did you expect from furries? Over the last few … Continue reading How Furries Conquered Cinema – ScreenHub Entertainment

I Grew Up With The 1960s ‘Thunderbirds’, Did You? – ScreenHub Entertainment

Let’s get this out of the way: no, I’m not 65 years old! Like most of you, I am a child of the 90s who had the great privilege to witness the reruns of the classic shows, and Gerry Anderson’s “Thunderbirds” happens to be one of them. Apart from the obvious that we all know and love (looking at you Star Wars and Batman: The … Continue reading I Grew Up With The 1960s ‘Thunderbirds’, Did You? – ScreenHub Entertainment

‘Arcane’ Is Nothing Short of Masterful [Spoiler-Free Review]- ScreenHub Entertainment

Leading up to the release of Netflix’s Arcane, I saw no hype or buzz around it. Even the trailers went under my radar. This is probably because I was not invested in League of Legends, the video game that the show is based on. But not long after the animated show debuted, something happened. There was a lot of buzz around the steampunk-inspired show from … Continue reading ‘Arcane’ Is Nothing Short of Masterful [Spoiler-Free Review]- ScreenHub Entertainment

‘The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf’ On Netflix, Worth The Watch? [Spoiler-Free] – ScreenHub Entertainment

Despite not quite sticking the landing on its freshman season critically, Netflix is betting big on its Witcher franchise after the huge viewing numbers the first season got back in 2019. Fans can also expect a sophomore season of the main show and a live-action spinoff called Blood Origin, but before all that, fans can watch the animated feature film Nightmare of the Wolf. So, … Continue reading ‘The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf’ On Netflix, Worth The Watch? [Spoiler-Free] – 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

‘Castlevania Season 2’ Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

It’s no secret that video game adaptations have been sub-par. They range from downright garbage to mediocre at best and haven’t shown much in the way of improvement over the years. That is to say, until Netflix’s Castlevania came around. Season 1 was a brief introduction to the world, with four half four episodes making up the first season. Now, season 2 is here and … Continue reading ‘Castlevania Season 2’ Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

‘Land Before Time’ Edits May Have Improved The Ending – ScreenHub Entertainment

Don Bluth’s prehistoric epic The Land Before Time was significantly edited down prior to theatrical release, losing many scenes that producers felt were too intense for younger children. There was one edit however that may have actually been to the film’s benefit, creating the most emotionally satisfying moment in the entire movie. Cutting ‘The Land Before Time’ For those who haven’t seen it, The Land … Continue reading ‘Land Before Time’ Edits May Have Improved The Ending – ScreenHub Entertainment