Note that while this review will not spoil anything new from Zack Snyder’s Justice League, this review will cover the major plot points from the 2017 version, so if you’ve never seen that movie and are going into this one, there will be general spoilers. After years of fans demanding Warner Brothers “release the Snyder Cut“, a version of Justice League without the reshoots done … Continue reading ‘Zack Snyder’s Justice League’ Review – ScreenHub Entertainment
As much as I am a fan, here are some reasons that Keanu Reeves playing Constantine again would be a very, very bad idea
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Congratulations to Mizuri on being chosen as ScreenHub’s very first Artist of the Month! Continue reading ScreenHub Entertainment’s Artist of the Month: Mizuri – SreenHub Entertainment
Shazam! is the latest offering from within the DC Extended Universe, the cinematic universe where one might find Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman. However, like it’s predecessor, Aquaman, the film is less concerned about trying to the greater cinematic universe and instead focuses on a much more smaller and human story than we’re used to in these DC films. Shazam! is all the better for … Continue reading ‘Shazam!’ Review-ScreenHub Entertainment
With 2018 behind us, we can already begin looking towards the future. The great thing about being a cinefile is that there’s always something to look forward to and by the looks of it, 2019 is going to be one heck of a year for movies. Like 2018, it’ll be a year of familiar properties, but there’s also a slew of original and fresh material … Continue reading Why 2019 Will Be A Great Year for Film: ScreenHub Entertainment’s 20 Most Anticipated Films
Aquaman has been something of a running joke in comic book culture. He’s been ridiculed, parodied, and teased by fans and critics alike for decades, so the pressure was really on Warner Bros and DC to try to make the King of Atlantis cool for modern audiences. Zack Snyder found his Atleantean in Jason Momoa and sought to re-invent the character. We got our first … Continue reading ‘Aquaman’ Spoiler-Free Movie Review – ScreenHub Entertainment
The big winner at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con was without a doubt Warner Bros, dishing out a ton of amazing trailers and news, including a sneak peek at Wonder Woman 1984, a surprise trailer for Shazam!, a look ahead at their TV programs including a look at the DC streaming service, and killer trailer for Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald; a contender for best trailer of the show in my opinion. But the clear audience winner was the trailer for Aquaman. At the time of the start of this writing, a day after the trailer debuted, it’s still the number one trending video on youtube. The film is due this December and has only just started its marketing campaign, causing a lot of hype and anticipation around the film. Now that the trailer has surfaced (sorry), let’s talk about it and why it was actually a bit of a letdown.
Suicide Squad was no one’s favourite movie. Despite a rockin’ trailer, the film opened to overwhelmingly negative reviews. I myself couldn’t even finish the film, despite initially being excited to see the ensemble piece starring Will Smith, Margot Robbie and Jared Leto as the Joker. But the film made a killing at the box office thanks to its impressive marketing campaign that showcased style over substance. Now, one of the most divisive and unusual aspects of that film is getting his own standalone film.