“A Comedic Duo We Never Knew We Needed” – Stuber (DVD Review)

Posted by - December 3, 2019
Stuber came in the same year as the Fast & Furious’ high budget, absurdly bonkers buddy-cop spin-off Hobbs & Shaw. However, although both films took the buddy-cop formula (and both starred former WWE champions), the Michael Dowse directed project took a far simpler route offering a narrative that’s by no means revolutionary and primarily takes place in a

Manages To Push The Franchise Even Further Away From Its Reasonably Successful First Instalment – Escape Plan 3 (Film Review)

Posted by - August 26, 2019
The first instalment of Escape Plan came our way in 2013, and it was the first time Sylvester Stallone and Arnold Schwarzenegger came together for a non-Expendables related project. With a strong Arnold-Sly presence, Mikael Håfström accentuated the positives and hid the negatives as best as he could. It proved to be a relatively entertaining

“You Give People Glocks Instead of Love” – Stuber (Film Review)

Posted by - July 12, 2019
Dave Bautista has, in the years since he made the jump from the wrestling ring to the big screen, carved out a career as one of Hollywood's most interesting bruisers. He has balanced regular appearances as Drax in the Marvel Cinematic Universe with turns in silly action fare such as the delirious football stadium thriller

VultureHound’s Weekly News Round-Up (07/04/2019)

Posted by - April 7, 2019
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: - Zach Snyder's Army of the Dead finds its star - The first teaser trailer for Joker drops - The Endgame gets closers with new footage From Guarding the Galaxy to mowing

Top Five Films Starring Wrestlers

Posted by - December 17, 2018
Hollywood is currently in a unique position, and it’s not because we’re getting female versions of Ghostbusters and Ocean’s or because superheroes are ruling cinema. No, it's because current and former pro wrestling champions are sweeping up roles on the big screen! Once upon a time, wrestlers were laughing stocks in Hollywood. With the exception

Journey to the East-ish – The Warrior’s Gate (DVD Review)

Posted by - October 3, 2017
Cinema has always struggled with recreating the thrills of the video game. I'm not just talking about video game-to-film adaptations but the very act of playing video games, it will very rarely be thrilling to watch a person hit a controller or type on a keyboard. It wasn't interesting when Wargames did it and it's still not

A long, dark day in New York – Bushwick (Film Review)

Posted by - August 24, 2017
I’ll start with a warning, just to save you time: how do you feel about essentially watching one long chase sequence, as in a roughly 95-minute chase? If you don’t feel good, you can stop here. Bushwick is the sort of film that is significantly more enjoyable the less you know going into it, but