Is ‘The Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special’ A New Christmas Classic? – ScreenHub Entertainment

Spoiler-free! The Marvel Cinematic Universe’s uneven fourth phase comes to an end with the release of The Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special. This is the second holiday-themed special Marvel have given us, after this year’s Halloween event Werewolf By Night, but we’re locked into a Christmas-themed event with characters we know and love this time around. Phase Four may have been a little rocky, … Continue reading Is ‘The Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special’ A New Christmas Classic? – ScreenHub Entertainment

Star Wars Andor ‘Daughter of Ferrix’ Spoiler Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

Andor just delivered its penultimate episode. Eleven episodes have already gone by somehow and this episode served as both a stage set for the finale and another excuse for some gripping dialogue in the interim. Written by showrunner Tony Gilroy, Daughter of Ferrix opens up with Andor and Melshi literally hanging on the side of a cliff waiting for the Empire to finish their search. … Continue reading Star Wars Andor ‘Daughter of Ferrix’ Spoiler Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

‘Tales of the Jedi’ Short Stories [SPOILER REVIEW] – ScreenHub Entertainment

Alert, fans of The Clone Wars and The Bad Batch! Director and producer Dave Filoni is back in the world of Star Wars animation with short stories especially designed for hardcore fans of the series. We want to manage expectations as this is a rather ‘small’ project considering what came before. Tales of the Jedi is not a new series, per se, but more of … Continue reading ‘Tales of the Jedi’ Short Stories [SPOILER REVIEW] – ScreenHub Entertainment

Star Wars Andor: Episode 10 ‘One Way Out’ Spoiler Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

Andor’s back with its tenth episode, which culminates the prison arc in a big way. It was full of action, character and growth and certainly a joy to watch, but I don’t think it reached the same heights as episode six. But that’s okay, it’s not like this episode was bad. Far from it, it was quite excellent in fact, one of the best, and … Continue reading Star Wars Andor: Episode 10 ‘One Way Out’ Spoiler Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

Star Wars Andor Episode 8: Narkina 5 Spoiler Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

Andor comes back for its eighth entry that largely feels like a setup episode. That’s not perse a bad thing, as the show tends to build on the foundations of what’s come before it. But this episode highlighted an issue for me about Andor and that’s Andor himself. Cassian finds himself incarcerated on Narkina 5 after his sentencing last week and the prison, well the … Continue reading Star Wars Andor Episode 8: Narkina 5 Spoiler Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

‘House of the Dragon: The Black Queen’ Spoiler Review and Season One Thoughs – ScreenHub Entertainment

Last week’s episode, The Green Council focused on the Green half of the upcoming war, so it makes sense that this week’s season finale of House of the Dragon should give us the perspective of the Blacks. The finale doesn’t pull any punches and firmly sets the board for the seasons to come. The storm indeed broke, and the dragons will dance. Season Finale Thoughts … Continue reading ‘House of the Dragon: The Black Queen’ Spoiler Review and Season One Thoughs – ScreenHub Entertainment

‘House of the Dragon: The Green Council’ Spoiler Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

Fans of Game of Thrones have been conditioned to expect some big things in the penultimate episode. Whether it be the death of Ned Stark, The Battles of Blackwater Bay and the Bastards or the Red Wedding, major events have often dominated the ninth episode. So I think it’s safe to say that we expected similar for House of the Dragon’s penultimate. But the show … Continue reading ‘House of the Dragon: The Green Council’ Spoiler Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

Rejoice! HBO is Adapting ‘The Last of Us’ With ‘Chernobyl’ Writer [Updated]- ScreenHub Entertainment

Update no. 3 HBO Max has finally given us a teaser for the anticipated series and it looks great, definitely captures the tone and look of the original game. Update no.2: Johan Renck, the director of HBO’s hit limited series Chernobyl, is no longer involved with the project due to scheduling projects. Renck was originally hired to direct at least the pilot episode was replaced … Continue reading Rejoice! HBO is Adapting ‘The Last of Us’ With ‘Chernobyl’ Writer [Updated]- ScreenHub Entertainment

‘House of the Dragon: We Light The Way’ Spoiler Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

House of the Dragon hasn’t captured my attention much. Sure, it’s well acted with an interesting story, but I haven’t finished an episode going “now that was good” and the characters haven’t grabbed my attention that much. That changed after watching the fifth episode, which was the best the show had the offer thus far while also serving not only as the halfway mark for … Continue reading ‘House of the Dragon: We Light The Way’ Spoiler Review – 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