Why We Love Horror

Posted by - January 22, 2018
Some people hide their eyes during horror films. It's understandable; things can get pretty frightful when it comes to watching such a gruesome genre. These films can chill to to your core. Disgust you beyond belief. Even haunt you for days, if not weeks, after watching. But then there's another group of people. A group

The VH Weekly News Round-Up (12/11/2017)

Posted by - November 12, 2017
Hello and welcome to VultureHound‘s weekly news round-up, where we bring you the biggest and best news to come out of the film industry every Sunday. This week, we've had a lot of somewhat depressing news. News that makes us disappointed in someone we respected. News that makes us realise we'll never see a character we

The VH Weekly News Round-Up (15/10/2017)

Posted by - October 15, 2017
Hello and welcome to VultureHound‘s weekly news round-up, where we bring you the biggest and best news to come out of the film industry every Sunday. In this segment, we generally run through some of the developments and releases to come out of Hollywood during the week, whether that be trailers or production details. While this

‘No Horror Without Sin’ – Dan Bush (The VH Interview)

Posted by - September 4, 2017
The genre of horror is so vast that it can encompass many themes, ideas and tropes that could just as easily be consigned to other cinematic genres. By taking a simple, scary idea, it can expand into a terrifying tale that I spoke to director Dan Bush about what it's like working on a horror

The VH Weekly News Round-Up (30/07/2017)

Posted by - July 30, 2017
Hello and welcome to VultureHound‘s weekly news round-up, where we bring you the biggest and best news to come out of the film industry every Sunday. While there are some small details that may be worth mentioning about comic-book adaptations, such as Jared Leto apparently closing in on the lead role in Bloodshot and the fact that

Rear Garage Window – Wakefield (DVD Review)

Posted by - July 24, 2017
Whether you have noticed it or not, there is a predictability of film will be released based on the Seasons. Autumn winds bring Sci-Fi and Fantasy epics before the Dark Nights of Winter set in with its Award Bait movies, as Spring Rains come with the Rom-Com and Dramas, and finally the Action and Comic

The VH Weekly News Round-Up (02/07/2017)

Posted by - July 2, 2017
Even as a comic-book fan, some days it can feel like super-hero movies are a bit too prevalent in todays film industry. The VH Weekly News Round-Up is now in it's eleventh week, and out of those eleven round-ups, only one of them has managed to list out five bits of big film news without

The VH Weekly News Round-Up (14/05/2017)

Posted by - May 14, 2017
More news coming at you from VultureHound's weekly news round-up, where we bring you five of the best news stories to come out of the film industry this past week. We've got reboots, adaptations and sequels coming from some of Hollywood's hottest talent. We've got a documentary from a critically acclaimed director about a critically acclaimed

“Darkness there and nothing more” Ghostwatch (Retrospective)

Posted by - October 24, 2016
It was never meant to be taken seriously. It was meant to thrill and chill, not terrify and lead to over 2000 complaints to the BBC. It had been advertised in the Radio Times as a Halloween featured drama. The indent explained that it was a Screen One film marking Halloween; it had Screen One

Lights, Camera, Atom-o-Vision – Matinee (Blu-Ray Review)

Posted by - September 6, 2016
Ah for the early Nineties when PG movies could have casual swearing, grievous bodily assault on children and the ever present threat of Armageddon. The bohemian days of 1993 were truly great ones for cinema. It was the year of Jurassic Park, Schindler's List, What's Eating Gilbert Grape?, Philadelphia, Groundhog Day and Last Action Hero.