Cry Me A River – Archipel (IFFR 2021 Film Review)

Posted by - February 6, 2021
The world of Québec-produced animation is an illustrious treat. For those unfamiliar with the recent rise of exports from studios such as the National Film Board of Canada, the province of Québec is largely known in the entertainment sphere to be a great place for film production. While many usually look at Québec as a

“Full Of Magic And Wonder” – Onward (Film Review)

Posted by - March 2, 2020
It’s time for a new Pixar film again! In my book, Pixar can do no wrong, as a studio they have a remarkably good grip on narrative and visual storytelling and I can indeed confirm that Dan Scanlon’s Onward is here to make you weep like a baby. The story follows two young elf brothers,

‘This Star does not shine’ – The Star (DVD Review)

Posted by - November 20, 2018
The Star takes an interesting approach to the heroic animal animated film. The Nativity of Jesus, a well-known story, and a popular play for schools, inspires Sony Pictures Christmas animation. Mary, Joseph, the three wise men – all the characters are a part of this story. The protagonist for this story, however, is Bo, the

Dream Weaver – Your Name (DVD Review)

Posted by - November 7, 2017
Once in a blue moon, an animated film comes along and round-houses you to the face with an emotional pow. It doesn’t happen often (although, admittedly, I would class Moana as one of these emotional heavy-hitters…), but when it does, you know you’re in for an instant classic. Of course, over here in the West,

“What Time Is It….?” – Jeremy Shada (The VH Interview)

Posted by - May 28, 2017
Walking into the Excel this weekend for the first of MCM’s Comic Con events of the year, VultureHound were once again greeted by the usual swarms of superfans, each dressed as their oft obscure fantasy heroes. Amongst them, however, one fandom shone like no other. A fandom so fierce in their love for their show

We Bare Bears – Daniel Chong (Q&A)

Posted by - March 16, 2017
This week, Cartoon Network UK unveiled all-new episodes of We Bare Bears which follows three bear brothers, Grizz, Panda and Ice Bear, who crave nothing more than to be “Internet Famous” and would give today’s internet stars like Zoella and Joe Sugg a run for their money. Here's an insight into the show's creation with showrunner