Interest Renewed: What To Read While We Wait For Season Two of ‘House of the Dragon’ – ScreenHub Entertainment

House of the Dragon just concluded its debut season and overall, I’m very content with what was on offer. That’s a huge relief, as season eight of Game of Thrones was a little rough around the edges. I’m firmly in the school of thought that most of season eight’s character beats made sense, but that the season rushed through them, resulting in major moments not … Continue reading Interest Renewed: What To Read While We Wait For Season Two of ‘House of the Dragon’ – ScreenHub Entertainment

‘House of the Dragon: The Black Queen’ Spoiler Review and Season One Thoughs – ScreenHub Entertainment

Last week’s episode, The Green Council focused on the Green half of the upcoming war, so it makes sense that this week’s season finale of House of the Dragon should give us the perspective of the Blacks. The finale doesn’t pull any punches and firmly sets the board for the seasons to come. The storm indeed broke, and the dragons will dance. Season Finale Thoughts … Continue reading ‘House of the Dragon: The Black Queen’ Spoiler Review and Season One Thoughs – ScreenHub Entertainment

‘House of the Dragon: The Green Council’ Spoiler Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

Fans of Game of Thrones have been conditioned to expect some big things in the penultimate episode. Whether it be the death of Ned Stark, The Battles of Blackwater Bay and the Bastards or the Red Wedding, major events have often dominated the ninth episode. So I think it’s safe to say that we expected similar for House of the Dragon’s penultimate. But the show … Continue reading ‘House of the Dragon: The Green Council’ Spoiler Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

House of the Dragon: Driftmark Spoiler Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

If we wanted to pinpoint an exact moment where lines were drawn in the setup for the Targaryen civil war known as the Dance of Dragons, we definitely got that in the seventh episode of House of the Dragon. Tensions and emotions ran high this week, which focused on a few key screens, rather than a tapestry of events and locations. The episode opens up … Continue reading House of the Dragon: Driftmark Spoiler Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

‘House of the Dragon: King of the Narrow Sea’ Spoiler Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

One of the thoughts that went through my mind by the time House of the Dragons’ fourth episode concluded was “who am I supposed to be rooting for on this show?”. Unlike Game of Thrones, which introduces obvious a bevy of obvious yet layered and flawed heroes and villains (and plenty in-between), House of the Dragons has seemingly struggled with having a character to properly … Continue reading ‘House of the Dragon: King of the Narrow Sea’ Spoiler Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

The Time Is Right To Adapt ‘Harry Potter and the Cursed Child’ To The Big Screen – ScreenHub Entertainment

As HBO Max and its Canadian brother, Crave, kindly reminded us prior to the new year, 2021 marked the 20-year anniversary of the beginning of the Harry Potter franchise in cinema. It was in November 2001 that we were first introduced to Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint and Emma Watson as our official Harry, Ron and Hermione; which feels like centuries ago. ‘Blimey’ as Ron would … Continue reading The Time Is Right To Adapt ‘Harry Potter and the Cursed Child’ To The Big Screen – ScreenHub Entertainment

‘Roadrunner’ Is A Wonderful Yet Tragic Portrait of a Reluctant Storyteller – ScreenHub Entertainment

Whether it’s the spoken word or the written one, I’ve been a fan of Anthony Bourdain since his work entered my life probably around eleven years ago. His ability to paint a portrait for those often forgotten or hidden voices, those belonging to refugees, immigrants, the lower class, artists, weirdos, etc, not to mention his candid and hilarious revelations about kitchen life, resonated with audiences. … Continue reading ‘Roadrunner’ Is A Wonderful Yet Tragic Portrait of a Reluctant Storyteller – ScreenHub Entertainment

What Should The Harry Potter TV Show On HBO Max Be About? – ScreenHub Entertainment

Although unconfirmed and denied by Warner Bros. at this point, Variety, a highly respected trade in Hollywood, says its sources have learned that a show set within the Wizarding World of Harry Potter is in the early stages of development. But since there is so little information about this maybe-show out there, we can start speculating as to what it should and could be about. … Continue reading What Should The Harry Potter TV Show On HBO Max Be About? – ScreenHub Entertainment

[Updated] The Most Anticipated Films of 2021 (Hopefully) – ScreenHub Entertainment

Update: The Uncharted movie, starring Tom Holland, is now slated to release in February 2022, and as such, we’ve removed it from this list. Update #2: Mission: Impossible 7 is now slated to release in 2022 and as such, we’ve removed it from this list. Update #3: Top Gun: Maverick has now been pushed from December 2021 to Summer 2022, and as such, we’ve removed … Continue reading [Updated] The Most Anticipated Films of 2021 (Hopefully) – ScreenHub Entertainment

The Death Of Movie Theatres? Warner Bros. Moves 2021 Slate To HBO Max – ScreenHub Entertainment

On December 3rd, Warner Brothers made the bombshell announcement that their entire 2021 movie slate would be made available on the big screen and on HBO Max at the same time in the U.S. This is a huge, game-changing announcement that could have massive ramifications for both the industry and how consumers digest their content in the future, despite Warner Bros. initially claims that this … Continue reading The Death Of Movie Theatres? Warner Bros. Moves 2021 Slate To HBO Max – ScreenHub Entertainment