‘Halloween’ May Offer A Terrifying Glimpse of Michael’s Face – ScreenHub Entertainment

With the release of not one, but two trailers for Blumhouse’s upcoming sequel to Halloween, things are looking as terrifying as ever. The trailer shows key moments from an impressive stalking sequence that purportedly goes for six full minutes without cuts, but also reveals more of Laurie Strode’s troubled relationship with her daughter. Impressions are still of a film that’s stylish, atmospheric, and striving to … Continue reading ‘Halloween’ May Offer A Terrifying Glimpse of Michael’s Face – ScreenHub Entertainment

Why ‘Aliens’ Didn’t Turn The Monster Into A Space Bug – ScreenHub Entertainment

Though considered a classic, James Cameron’s Aliens isn’t without its critics. A sequel to Alien, one of the most persistent criticisms of Cameron’s film was that it de-mystified the creature. Its approach is said to lack the personality of the original beast, dumbing it down to an unintelligent animal that more closely resembled an insect. While certainly an issue found in various comic book and … Continue reading Why ‘Aliens’ Didn’t Turn The Monster Into A Space Bug – ScreenHub Entertainment

10 Black & White Movies That Are Still Terrifying – ScreenHub Entertainment

As an ever changing medium, film shows its age more than most other art forms. While some films may be popular for their time, they may not always be as relevant. Emotion, however, is something that doesn’t change. The things that scared us in the 1950s are often just as unsettling today. In no particular order,  I’m about to tell you 10 black and white titles … Continue reading 10 Black & White Movies That Are Still Terrifying – ScreenHub Entertainment

Why ‘Predator’ Is A Subversive Masterpiece – ScreenHub Entertainment

Most people don’t think ‘art’ when discussing Predator. The 1987 science fiction classic is fondly remembered for spectacular action, quotable dialogue, and a monster who has joined the ranks of Frankenstein and Dracula as a cultural icon. However, many overlook some of the film’s more subtle underpinnings. Though at a glance the film is just another entry into the 80s cycle of action films, it … Continue reading Why ‘Predator’ Is A Subversive Masterpiece – ScreenHub Entertainment

Ridley Scott’s ‘Alien’ Problem – ScreenHub Entertainment

Ridley Scott’s Alien prequels have attracted much controversy. Some have praised them as fresh and innovative, while others have criticized them as unrecognizable from the original classic. Longtime fans have nitpicked both Prometheus and Covenant, but nitpicks are often symptomatic of a much larger issue. The biggest complaint fans had with Prometheus and Alien: Covenant wasn’t character development, plot holes, or even the series moving away from the Alien itself. It was the gradual stripping away of the unknown.

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Easter Eggs, Theories, And More From The First Full ‘Halloween’ Trailer – ScreenHub Entertainment

Since the trailer for Blumhouse’s upcoming sequel to Halloween made its debut, many fans have been eager to analyze it, seeking out the numerous references not only to the original film, but every other film in the long running series. Here are just a few moments that recall some of the series’ most popular moments. Halloween Of course no Halloween trailer would be complete without … Continue reading Easter Eggs, Theories, And More From The First Full ‘Halloween’ Trailer – ScreenHub Entertainment

Aged Michael Myers Revealed in First ‘Halloween’ Images – ScreenHub Entertainment

Late last night, the first official images from Blumhouse’s 2018 production of Halloween were released. A sequel to John Carpenter’s seminal classic, the 2018 film was directed by David Gordon Green, and saw the return of Carpenter as a producer and creative consultant, Jamie Lee Curtis as the leading lady, and Nick Castle as the notorious slasher, their first collaboration since the original. What do … Continue reading Aged Michael Myers Revealed in First ‘Halloween’ Images – ScreenHub Entertainment

Maidens & Maniacs: Female Empowerment in the Slasher Genre – ScreenHub Entertainment

Since the slasher sub-genre of horror films exploded into cinemas in the late ’70s, many critics have attacked the genre as being sexist against women. Films like Halloween, Friday the 13th and others are often labelled as misogynistic morality tales that punish those living their lives freely, and only reward the so-called “good girls” with their lives. This is a tune sang by many of … Continue reading Maidens & Maniacs: Female Empowerment in the Slasher Genre – ScreenHub Entertainment

10 Underrated Slasher Villains – ScreenHub Entertainment

(WARNING: This post contains spoilers for some of the films mentioned. You’ve been warned) Slasher films remain one of the most endearing and popular genres in horror, with simple, streamlined plots, quick and dirty shoots, and a low budget aesthetic that makes them hard not to love. Like any genre in horror, one of the main selling points to a slasher is a good villain. … Continue reading 10 Underrated Slasher Villains – ScreenHub Entertainment

‘Halloween’ Re-Shoots Are Nothing To Worry About – ScreenHub Entertainment

Recent news that Blumhouse’s Halloween, the highly anticipated sequel to John Carpenter’s seminal classic was going through some reshoots has caused something of a stir online. The re-shoots are supposedly due to a poor test screening of an early cut of the film, leaving many to feel apprehensive about the movie. These feelings may be premature however. This article will take a look at what … Continue reading ‘Halloween’ Re-Shoots Are Nothing To Worry About – ScreenHub Entertainment