How ‘Army of the Dead’ Carries on Romero’s Legacy – ScreenHub Entertainment

When it comes to zombies, those shambling flesh eaters that infest the annals of pop culture horror, few names are as influential as George A. Romero. The man who pioneered the entire zombie genre, Romero’s legacy is a powerful testimony to just how rich with potential his ideas were, and that potential is still felt in Zack Snyder’s Army of the Dead. Snyder, who himself … Continue reading How ‘Army of the Dead’ Carries on Romero’s Legacy – ScreenHub Entertainment

Zack Snyder Is Off The Leash In Netflix’s ‘Army Of The Dead’ – ScreenHub Entertainment

Ever since 300 came out, director Zack Snyder has had a productive working relationship with Warner Bros. That is, until his DCEU films were met with mixed receptions, most recently his four-hour cut of Justice League. Now, Snyder is free from the conflict with Warner and has seemingly been given carte blanche over at Netflix for Army of the Dead, his first film away from … Continue reading Zack Snyder Is Off The Leash In Netflix’s ‘Army Of The Dead’ – 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

Will Tommy Doyle Survive ‘Halloween Kills?’ – ScreenHub Entertainment

With Halloween Kills slated for release this year, many people are excited to see the return of some of the series’ most memorable characters. Returning are not only longtime heroine Laurie Strode, but also Sherriff Leigh Brackett, Nurse Marion Cambers, and of course, Tommy Doyle and Lindsay Wallace, the two children Laurie worked so hard to protect in the original film. With the return of … Continue reading Will Tommy Doyle Survive ‘Halloween Kills?’ – ScreenHub Entertainment

The Spell of ‘Midsommar’ – ScreenHub Entertainment

Though a relative newcomer to the genre, Ari Aster is already one of the most accomplished and effective horror filmmakers of his generation. Midsommar, his sophomore effort into the genre, is a truly bizarre and memorable experience that tells of a group of friends falling into the clutches of a Pagan cult in Sweden. Reminiscent of such classics as The Wicker Man, Midsommar takes the … Continue reading The Spell of ‘Midsommar’ – ScreenHub Entertainment

The Unsung Classic: ‘The Mummy’ – ScreenHub Entertainment

If you looked up the 1999 film, The Mummy, on Metacritic, you may be surprised to learn it currently holds at 48/100. Respectable outlets, such as The Washington Post, Variety and TIME slammed the movie, while most critics gave the movie so-so reviews. But despite this, the movie has garnered a type of legacy and is, arguably, one of the best blockbuster movies of the … Continue reading The Unsung Classic: ‘The Mummy’ – ScreenHub Entertainment

Suffering Unseen: How ‘The Invisible Man’ Tackles Abuse – ScreenHub Entertainment

The Invisible Man has proven yet another success for Blumhouse, bringing H. G. Wells’ classic novel to the screen with a fresh new take, and also tackling the timely issue of abusive relationships. One of the most uniquely unsettling aspects of The Invisible Man is how it tackles the subject of abuse, something that, apart from the central premise, it does with shocking realism. For … Continue reading Suffering Unseen: How ‘The Invisible Man’ Tackles Abuse – ScreenHub Entertainment

How ‘Invisible Man’ Differs from Past Adaptations – ScreenHub Entertainment

The recent adaptation of H. G. Wells’ The Invisible Man has proven an unexpected treat. Brought to vivid life by the horror maestros at Blumhouse, this latest screen version of the seminal novel differs vastly from previous iterations from the story, allowing it to inject some new life into one of Universal Studios’ most impressive and long-lasting monsters. Leigh Whannell’s adaptation is a superb exercise … Continue reading How ‘Invisible Man’ Differs from Past Adaptations – ScreenHub Entertainment

Early Reactions Reveal Details, Give Cause For Optimism On ‘Halloween Kills’ – ScreenHub Entertainment

Halloween Kills, the second film in David Gordon Green’s Michel Myers trilogy, has had its first test screening. Early buzz after the screening has given cause for cautious optimism, as apparently audiences enjoyed the film, and have even shared some interesting details that point to an ambitious sequel. More of the Night He Came Home The new sequel apparently takes a few pointers from 1981’s … Continue reading Early Reactions Reveal Details, Give Cause For Optimism On ‘Halloween Kills’ – ScreenHub Entertainment