Fun Banks – Charlie’s Angels (DVD Review)

Posted by - April 27, 2020
Back in the early 2000s, having three big-name actors star in a blockbuster action film was nothing new, even when it was three women taking centre stage. The McG Charlie’s Angels film was received relatively well. Well enough to spawn a sequel in 2003, but the thought of these rather weakly written, innuendo-filled, male gaze

“I Think Women Can Do Anything” – Charlie’s Angels (Film Review)

Posted by - December 3, 2019
It seems like every other generation, more or less, gets their Charlie's Angels reboot. The original TV series ran for the second half of the 1970s, while the noughties played host to two film outings for a new version of the team. This time around, we're rebooting the Townsend Agency for an era in which

Do We Really Need More ‘Female Variant’ Franchise Films?

Posted by - July 16, 2018
With the release of Ocean’s 8 last month, there has been talk about what other possible female film variants could be made next. But should there be any more? What does the cinema-scape need? It doesn’t need more old franchises resurrected with a female cast. New stories, new characters, new places and new talent behind

The VH Weekly News Round-Up (01/10/2017)

Posted by - October 1, 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. We're talking reboots, remakes and sequels this week, because in contemporary cinema that's all that exists. Seriously, when is someone going to make an original (mainstream) movie? Because the news

New Power Rangers Cast Breakdown

Posted by - February 7, 2016
For any child of the nineties, Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers was undoubtedly a large part of growing up. Saturday mornings spent watching the exploits of the “teenagers with attitude” made way to playground re-enactments (much frowned upon by parents of the time), and the utmost jealousy towards anyone lucky enough to have got the Deluxe