Featured Artist of the Month December: JWMCasavant – ScreenHub Entertainment

JWMCasavant describes himself as “specialising in inky blackness”. This is certainly an apt description, both because his chosen medium leans heavily toward black and white sketches and… Continue reading Featured Artist of the Month December: JWMCasavant – ScreenHub Entertainment

How ‘The Lighthouse’ Torments Its Audience – ScreenHub Entertainment

From the opening shot, The Lighthouse is an exercise in psychological torment. This is hardly a detriment to the film. It’s an unpleasant experience, but this is by design. In a superb example of both filmmaking and storytelling, Willem Dafoe and Robert Pattinson’s new film employs numerous tricks of the trade to torture its audience as much as possible, thereby creating a constant feeling of … Continue reading How ‘The Lighthouse’ Torments Its Audience – ScreenHub Entertainment

‘Doctor Sleep’ Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

“Here’s Johnny!” We all remember those words mentioned by a Jack Nicholson completely consumed by dementia, an axe in his hand, in the masterpiece horror The Shining (1980) of the great Stanley Kubrick. This film is much more than a classic of the seventh art, it’s now a true icon of popular culture. A film of great complexity and a rare genius for some, an … Continue reading ‘Doctor Sleep’ Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

I Watched All The Saw Films So You Wouldn’t Have To – ScreenHub Entertainment

Note: So we’re a little late on this one, but better late than never! Enjoy! “If it’s Halloween. It must be Saw“ It’s that special time of year again. As fall rolls around and trees start to lose their leaves in spectacular orange and red beauty the world prepares itself for another Halloween. Houses get decorated with spiderwebs, skeletons and ghastly ghouls, Costume shops pop … Continue reading I Watched All The Saw Films So You Wouldn’t Have To – ScreenHub Entertainment

Halloween II vs. Halloween 2018 – ScreenHub Entertainment

Since its release, David Gordon Green’s Halloween sequel has earned critical acclaim for being perhaps the best follow up to John Carpenter’s 1978 original. For the longest time, that title was held by Rick Rosenthal’s Halloween II, the highly successful 1981 follow up that took place on the same night as the original. Halloween II continues the saga of the 1978 film. Picking up moments … Continue reading Halloween II vs. Halloween 2018 – ScreenHub Entertainment

‘The Order’ Movie Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

If you’re like me, you may have noticed Netflix was pushing a show called The Order down your throat. Every time I’d log in for around a week, it’d be there at the top. I was getting emails about it. But oddly enough, no one was talking about it. There was no buzz, heck I hadn’t even heard about it until it was released. So … Continue reading ‘The Order’ Movie Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

Bloody Noir: ‘Predator 2’ Revisited – ScreenHub Entertainment

There are few mysteries more compelling to me than the hatred for Predator 2. Sure, this first sequel to the 1987 classic isn’t without its faults. Its more colorful and extravagant style could be off-putting to fans of the more quiet dread the original builds up. However, I’ve always enjoyed this film, and given some of the recent developments in the series, perhaps now is … Continue reading Bloody Noir: ‘Predator 2’ Revisited – ScreenHub Entertainment

Elevation – Stephen King: A Book Of Sweetness, Where Are The Scares!? – ScreenHub Entertainment

Elevation the new novel by the legend who is an American writer, Stephen King. The book states it is a novel, but King fans are claiming it’s a novella. To be fair you can easily read Elevation in a weekend. It is a short read. But of course there is nothing wrong in that, just look at the Stephen King classic short story, The Body, … Continue reading Elevation – Stephen King: A Book Of Sweetness, Where Are The Scares!? – ScreenHub Entertainment

‘Halloween’ Is Good, But Almost Great – ScreenHub Entertainment

David Gordon Green’s Halloween has opened to an impressive response. It has surpassed Wes Craven’s Scream as the highest grossing slasher film of all time, and revitalized interest in a series that many thought was long dead. But is the movie good? In short, yes. Green’s Halloween has many moments of cinematic artistry the likes of which the series hasn’t seen since Carpenter’s 1978 original. But … Continue reading ‘Halloween’ Is Good, But Almost Great – ScreenHub Entertainment