‘Prey’ Is A Sleek, Brutal Monster Western – ScreenHub Entertainment

When it comes to science fiction/horror, few franchises are both as beloved and spotty as the Predator series. Starting in 1987, the alien hunter has since made seven visits to the cinema, and none have garnered as much acclaim as the original suspenseful classic. By all accounts, the Predator franchise has been dead in the water for some time, so I was skeptical when a … Continue reading ‘Prey’ Is A Sleek, Brutal Monster Western – ScreenHub Entertainment

Biggest Announcements From SDCC -ScreenHub Entertainment

San Diego Comiccon is the mecha for fandom and geek culture and it just concluded this past weekend. So it should come as no surprise that there was a ton of information released to the public and exclusively to those in attendance. I won’t give a play-by-play of everything that happened, but a quick highlight as to some of the (subjectively) best announcements and reveals … Continue reading Biggest Announcements From SDCC -ScreenHub Entertainment

Facing Our Toxic Fandom – ScreenHub Entertainment

When Sir Arthur Conan Doyle killed off Sherlock Holmes in The Final Problem, reactions from his readership were, to say the least, very vocal. He received backlash from longtime fans of the series, including from his own mother. Eventually, the backlash escalated to death threats. Frazzled by the reaction, the horrified author eventually wrote Adventure of the Empty House to resurrect the character and quell … Continue reading Facing Our Toxic Fandom – ScreenHub Entertainment

‘Downton Abbey: A New Era’ Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

After being released overseas a few weeks ago, Downton Abbey returns to the big screen in North America with the sequel film A New Era. At this point, if you’re not a fan of the upstairs/downstairs story set at the titular Downton Abbey, home of the Crawley family in the early 20th century, then this latest film will do little to change your mind. It’s … Continue reading ‘Downton Abbey: A New Era’ Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

‘The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent’ A Surprisingly Sentimental Tale of Star Meets Fan

When I went to see Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent yesterday, I wanted to see Nicholas Cage un-caged, if you will, delivering a zany performance as he and his co-star bumbled from one over-the-top set piece to another. Vampire’s Kiss meets Lethal Weapon. Instead what I got was a story of a movie star and his biggest fan just experiencing life together…until the shooting started … Continue reading ‘The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent’ A Surprisingly Sentimental Tale of Star Meets Fan

‘Dune’ Spoiler-Free Movie Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

Denis Villeneuve has been consistently knocking it out of the park with his whole career. He made his big budget debut with the tense crime drama Prisoners and moved on to release Enemy in the same year. These were closely followed by Sicario and Arrival (his first big science fiction success). Blade Runner 2049 was a big test because the preexisting fanbase for Blade Runner … Continue reading ‘Dune’ Spoiler-Free Movie Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

“Shang-Chi” Spoiler-Free Marvel Movie Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

When you go to the cinema to see a Marvel movie, you don’t necessarily go for anything deep, but a guaranteed two hours of great fun and a solid adrenaline rush mixed with some levity and maybe a couple scenes of emotional weight (whether its for family, friends, or a romantic lead). Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings does not disappoint at all. … Continue reading “Shang-Chi” Spoiler-Free Marvel Movie Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

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

‘Black Widow’ Review [SPOILERS] – ScreenHub Entertainment

In a Disney+, money hungry multiverse, where Marvel Studios are hammering us with new shows and content on a weekly basis since Christmas (just think of WandaVision, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier and now Loki) , it’s fair to say that MCU movies were a rare pleasure during the pandemic. After literally two years since the movie wrapped production, Black Widow finally hit theatres … Continue reading ‘Black Widow’ Review [SPOILERS] – ScreenHub Entertainment

‘Halloween Kills’ Trailer Breakdown – ScreenHub Entertainment

Since its release, the trailer for Halloween Kills has caused quite a stir in the horror fandom. While some reactions have been mixed, is is clear that Halloween Kills aims to be just as ambitious and far more brutal than its predecessor. So what can audiences expect from the film? Let’s take a look. While speculative, this breakdown may contain spoilers. You have been warned. … Continue reading ‘Halloween Kills’ Trailer Breakdown – ScreenHub Entertainment