‘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

What to Expect from ‘Halloween Ends’ – ScreenHub Entertainment

Since the polarizing release of Halloween Kills last year, horror fans have been wondering how David Gordon Green and Danny McBride were planning to wrap up their sequel trilogy to John Carpenter’s original classic. Their latest film, Halloween Ends, is being billed as the final installment in the Laurie Strode, Michael Myers saga. These last few days have seen the release of the first teaser … Continue reading What to Expect from ‘Halloween Ends’ – 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

Montreal Comiccon: Q&A with Grace Van Dien and Mason Dye of ‘Stranger Things 4’ – ScreenHub Entertainment

Written mainly by Frederic with some additional content by Sean This was a surprise appearance, to say the least! Only a few days prior to the Montreal Comiccon actually happening, it was announced that two of the stars of the latest season of Stranger Things would be in Montreal. Indeed, young Mason Dye, who plays Jason, and Grace Van Dien, who plays Vecna’s first victim, … Continue reading Montreal Comiccon: Q&A with Grace Van Dien and Mason Dye of ‘Stranger Things 4’ – ScreenHub Entertainment

‘Stranger Things 4’ Review: It Stays Fresh Despite Treading Familiar Ground [Spoiler Free] – ScreenHub Entertainment

I’ll be perfectly honest. I was seriously dreading the first volume of Stranger Things 4. This is not to say I dislike the series at all. Quite the contrary. The first season, now six years old, was one of the most engrossing television programs I’d seen in a long time, but any story can only sustain itself for so long. Despite my enjoyment of Season … Continue reading ‘Stranger Things 4’ Review: It Stays Fresh Despite Treading Familiar Ground [Spoiler Free] – ScreenHub Entertainment

‘FRESH’ Review [Spoilers] – ScreenHub Entertainment

Modern romance! For many people, mainly Millenials and Gen-Zers, that means mobile apps where we can swipe right on profiles like they are cuts of meat at the grocery store. Funny enough, newcomer director Mimi Cave adapted that metaphor LITERALLY in her first motion picture: Fresh. There was a lot of chatter online in the movie community about this film newly released on Hulu and … Continue reading ‘FRESH’ Review [Spoilers] – ScreenHub Entertainment

The New ‘Texas Chainsaw Massacre’ Starts Strong But Fumbles The Finale – ScreenHub Entertainment

When it comes to horror, the 1974 Texas Chainsaw Massacre is one of the most relentless and effective horror films in history. As a series, the franchise is nothing short of a jumbled mess, lacking any sort of unifying vision. There have been some decent sequels, like the oddly comedic 2nd film and the surprisingly effective remake, and others that were beyond horrible such as … Continue reading The New ‘Texas Chainsaw Massacre’ Starts Strong But Fumbles The Finale – ScreenHub Entertainment

‘Scream’ Has Little Innovation; And That’s The Point – Screenhub Entertainment

Whenever trends in horror have popped up, Scream has been there to offer commentary. The fifth film in the franchise, also titled Scream, doesn’t bring much new to the table, banking more on nostalgia for the trendsetting original, but that’s kind of what the whole movie is about. After her sister is attacked, Sam Carpenter (Melissa Barrera) returns to her hometown of Woodsboro California, where … Continue reading ‘Scream’ Has Little Innovation; And That’s The Point – Screenhub Entertainment

Guilty Pleasure: The ‘Underworld’ Series Has A Surprising Understanding of History and Mythology – ScreenHub Entertainment

We’re in the cold, desolate month of January, where most movie studios dump their unwanted movies to the big screen. When a film is projected to get poor reviews and potentially cost the studio money, they simply sacrifice it to the altar of January. This may be what Screen Gems thought was in store for their vampire versus werewolf franchise, which has been a January … Continue reading Guilty Pleasure: The ‘Underworld’ Series Has A Surprising Understanding of History and Mythology – ScreenHub Entertainment