By Sebastian Sheath Early last year, the rumour of an HBO Watchmen show began but no more news came for another six months. I had assumed that the idea had not gone any further until 6 months ago when Damon Lindelof started getting active on Instagram. Now, the news is coming out on a monthly basis as we gradually find out more about the show. In this … Continue reading Character Descriptions Revealed: Here’s Everything We Know About HBO’s Watchmen So Far – ScreenHub Entertainment
In October of 2016, the TV series Westworld made its debut on HBO. It quickly became HBO’s most-watched first season program since True Detective, getting both critical acclaim and consistently high ratings. The second season has been in production for almost a year, and we just got a trailer. So while we’re waiting, might I suggest watching the classic on which it was based? The original … Continue reading While Waiting For Season 2 of ‘Westworld,’ Check Out the Classic That Started It All – ScreenHub Entertainment
By Sebastian Sheath A few weeks ago, I was lucky enough to go see Wes Anderson’s Isle Of Dogs at the 68th Berlin International Film Festival. Starring Bryan Cranston (Breaking Bad, Kung Fu Panda 3), Edward Norton (Fight Club, American History X), Bill Murray (Ghostbusters, Lost in Translation), and Jeff Goldblum (Jurassic Park, Independence Day), Isle Of Dogs opened the festival and has been received … Continue reading ‘Isle Of Dogs’ Spoiler-Free Movie Review – ScreenHub Entertainment
This just in! Disney announced via StarWars.com that he’s set to executive produce and write a live-action series for the upcoming Disney streaming service.
Remember back at E3 2013 when Microsoft announced a live action Halo TV series for it’s Xbox platform? Yeah, you’ll be forgiven if you forgot about it, or for that matter, never heard about it. But despite the laughable delay in production, it seems Steven Spielberg and his production company, Amblin, are moving ahead with the show and have set a filming date!
Over the past decade, intellectual science fiction films have been few and far between. The last decade has seen some noteworthy attempts, from Inception in 2010, to Looper and Her in 2013 and 14, and Ex Machina and Arrival shortly after. In the last year, however, Blade Runner 2049, directed by Arrival Director Denis Villeneuve, underperformed at the box office, leading many Hollywood executives to believe that more challenging … Continue reading Are Netflix And HBO Providing A Home For Intellectual Science Fiction? – ScreenHub Entertainment
When the highly anticipated Alien: Covenant was released in 2017, reaction to it was not what the filmmakers hoped. It underperformed at the box office, proving very divisive amongst longtime fans who felt it was almost unrecognizable as a part of the long-running science fiction/horror series. It left many to wonder if now is the right time to put Alien to rest. Is there really any life … Continue reading Why ‘Alien: Isolation’ Is One Of The Best ‘Alien’ Sequels – ScreenHub Entertainment
Spoilers ahead for The Last Jedi
In January 2018, Empire Magazine made a list of the greatest movie villains of all time. The big bads were all there, including Darth Vader, Voldemort, Joker and Hans Gruber. What surprised a lot of people though is that the relevantly new villain, Kylo Ren, who is the primary antagonist in the current Star Wars saga, came in at number seven. With the recent announcement of the home video release dates and production set to begin on Episode IX in the next few months, now seemed like a good time as ever to talk about the future of Kylo Ren.
By Sebastian Sheath (Disclaimer: This post contains spoilers for Black Panther and all other MCU movies released to date. If you have not yet seen the movie, read my spoiler-free review at The Sci-Fi Critic) The latest instalment in the ever-growing MCU, Black Panther, is coming out world-wide this week and, as one of the most highly anticipated MCU films ever, it has a predicted … Continue reading What Do The Events Of ‘Black Panther’ Mean For The MCU? – ScreenHub Entertainment
One of the biggest surprises for Blumhouse’s upcoming Halloween sequel was that Nick Castle, the original actor who portrayed Michael Myers, would be returning to the series for the first time since the original. Often considered the signature performer of the masked maniac, Castle had since gone on to have a lucrative writing career, with credits including Escape from New York and August Rush, as … Continue reading Nick Castle, Michael Myers Actor, Shares His First Pics From ‘Halloween’ Set – ScreenHub Entertainment