Well, that’s it everyone. Game of Thrones is over. The pop culture phenomenon has been the hot topic for the better part of a decade now, thanks to its engrossing writing, compelling characters and unpredictability, coupled with its marvellous set and costume design. But did the show end on a high note and how did season 8 fair overall? Let’s dive into it but in order to do that, we’re gonna have to go full spoiler not only for the finale, titled The Iron Throne, but the season as a whole.
Hey everyone! I’m back in action but since we’re a week since the last episode of Game of Thrones’ played, I thought I’d do something different this time instead of a traditional review-because let’s face it, you know what has happened and you likely have strong opinions on the matter. Naturally, for this piece, there will be full spoilers for the episode The Bells, which is the penultimate episode of the whole entire show.
As always, there will be full spoilers for this episode so you have been warned!
If you’re not up to date on Game of Thrones, avert your gaze as we’re about to go full spoiler mode for season 8, episode 3. But do come back once you have caught up!
Spoilers for Season 8, Episode 2 ahead. Throughout the second episode of Game of Thrones’ final season, I couldn’t help but say to myself: boy, this reminds me of Helms Deep a lot. In case you need a refresher on your fantasy, Helms Deep was the site of the fearsome and climactic battle in The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers. That probably isn’t … Continue reading ‘Game of Thrones: A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms’ Review – ScreenHub Entertainment
SPOILER ALERT After what feels like an eternity, Game of Thrones is back for its eighth and final season. The wait has been painful, with the show taking an extended break between this season and the last in order to make the final six-episode something worth remembering. After all the hype, theories and waiting, how did “Winterfell” fare? If we’re being frank, it felt a … Continue reading ‘Game of Thrones’ Season 8 Premiere: “Winterfell” Spoiler Review – ScreenHub Entertainment
Crom! In the wake of Game of Thrones coming to an end in 2019, many platforms have been looking for a replacement show to fill that vacuum. We have The Witcher being developed over at Netflix and a Fellowship of the Ring prequel in the works at Amazon. Now, the streaming giant and online shopping centre are working on another fantastical adaption for your consideration.
According to George R. R. Martin, author of Game of Thrones, casting is underway for the first Game of Thrones prequel (The Long Night). He wrote on his blog on October 30: Jane Goldman scripted the LONG NIGHT pilot and will be running the show. She and her team are busy in London right now, neck deep in casting, and I [Martin] expect some more names will … Continue reading Everything We Know About The First ‘Game Of Thrones’ Prequel: Not ‘The Long Night’ – ScreenHub Entertainment
You may not know who Julian Glover is off hand but there’s a good chance you’ve seen something with him in it. The 83-year-old English actor has had an illustrious career, co-starring in such films as The Empire Strikes Back, Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, Troy, Dr. Who, Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, co-starred as the villain in 007 For Your Eyes Only and most recently, was seen quite a bit in the smash hit HBO show, Game of Thrones. Talk about a portfolio. I got front row seats to hear the thespian talk about his craft, his experiences, influences and more at Montreal Comiccon.
With the recent announcements of the 5 Game of Thrones prequels that are in development, there has been a lot of speculation as to what they could be. As you can see in one of my previous posts on the possibilities, it is quite likely that we will see a lot of Targaryen history come to light, including the First Blackfyre Rebellion. In this post, I will … Continue reading The First Blackfyre Rebellion Explained – ScreenHub Entertainment