Grief, Trauma and Memory in Memento

Posted by - March 16, 2021
A bloody polaroid dominates the screen, and begins to fade slowly, developing in reserve. Blood climbs back up the walls, and you are forced to watch the scene subvert itself, the violence and gore dissipating before your very eyes. The imagery is gone, but the sense that what is done cannot be undone remains. Christopher
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“Don’t try to Understand it. Feel it.” – Tenet (Blu-ray Review)

Posted by - December 22, 2020
Christopher Nolan’s Tenet was certainly one of the most talked-about films of the year, and rightfully so. Aside from the film being another mysterious and ambitious narrative by the celebrated auteur, featuring a talented list of actors like John David Washington and Robert Pattinson, Tenet was also the industry's hope of reviving the cinema-going experience. Although it didn’t succeed

Ranked: The Films of Christopher Nolan

Posted by - September 8, 2020
This was first published in our first print issue ahead of the release of TENET Christopher Nolan has long been one of the best modern filmmakers. Throughout his 10-feature film career, he’s demonstrated a rare ability to marry complex, mind-bending ideas with immersive entertainment. Wielding IMAX cameras and studio-breaking budgets, Nolan has proved he’s a

Reclaiming the Rotten: Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar

Posted by - September 3, 2020
Each month, we at FilmHounds take a look at a director’s back catalogue and pick their lowest rated film on Rotten Tomatoes and ask ourselves - why? Why is it their least loved among critics? Regardless, we attempt to see the good in it. This month: Christopher Nolan’s INTERSTELLAR (2014) Rating: 72% Christopher Nolan is

“Don’t try to understand it, just feel it” – Tenet (Film Review)

Posted by - August 27, 2020
Tenet, Christopher Nolan’s newest, mind-boggling film comes loaded with expectations not only in terms of it needing to deliver spectacle and entertainment, but also revitalising cinemas in the midst of a pandemic. An unnamed man, only referred to as The Protagonist, is first seen assisting the CIA in an operation to retrieve an object. It

Violence In The Silence – Dark Night (Film Review)

Posted by - August 24, 2017
Hostility is something whichseems to be a word that follows American culture. But what if that hostility is born through boredom? Tim Sutton’s Dark Night, almost acts as the white noise you hear after chaos, in this case the 2012 mass shooting in Aurora, Colorado, where James Holmes murdered 12 and wounded 70 at a midnight

The VH Weekly News Round-Up (07/05/2017)

Posted by - May 7, 2017
Aliens. Gunslingers. Spies. Fathers. Sons. Liam Neeson's lovable lion. This week has it all. As long as your definition of 'all' is limited to the above six things. Once again, VultureHound presents its weekly round-up, giving you all your much needed movie news. Read away:   Neil Blomkamp's Alien film won't be seeing a resurrection Alien 5