Minari UK Release Dates Confirmed

Posted by - March 30, 2021
Minari, a nominee for Best Picture at the Oscars this year, has had its UK release dates confirmed across all platforms. The film will be released: On demand and In Virtual Cinemas from Friday 2nd April In Drive In Cinemas from Monday 12th April  In Cinemas from Monday 17th May Minari will be available On

Sundance Institute CEO Keri Putnam Resigns

Posted by - March 25, 2021
In a letter to the Sundance community, Keri Putnam, the CEO of the Sundance Institute has announced that she will be stepping down from her current position this summer. She has stated how much she's enjoyed working there and thanks everyone including Robert Redford for all the support they have given her. I am extremely

Life stories – The Reunited States (Film Review)

Posted by - March 5, 2021
American politics was shaken when Donald Trump became the 45th President of the United States of America. When he was elected in 2016, America as a country started to become more divided than ever before. The Reunited States is a feature-length documentary that follows a family from Texas who decide to sell their house and

Greenland arrives on Amazon Prime in February

Posted by - January 19, 2021
As a film that was due to be released in 2020, Greenland had it's fair share of trouble trying to get into cinemas. Many will remember the trailer being repeatedly played in front of Tenet when UK cinemas were operating over the summer. Now though, despite managing to actually be viewed in a select few

Life on the inside – Michael Inside (Film Review)

Posted by - August 30, 2018
For many a film fan, the idea of a prison drama may be a rather tired trope. In reality there are so many stories that can unfold behind bars and this is why directors keep going to the well and exploring this darker side of our society. Irish director Frank Berry does a great job

Top Ten Tuesday: Biographical Films

Posted by - February 20, 2018
Who doesn't love a good list? In the first post of our new weekly feature, Top Ten Tuesday, Sam Hawxwell discusses her Top 10 Biographical Films. Biographical films are one of the most popular of specific genres, most tend to have an audience ready for them and the story is already there, but telling the

Christmas Films Solved!

Posted by - December 15, 2014
Follow @vulturehound This list first appeared in the end of year issue of VultureHound Magazine, which is free to read at VHmag.com Yes Christmas films are usually lovely and soppy, they fill your heart with warmth blah blah blah... but seriously? Who believes this crap that is pushed down your throat every year? Merry Christmas. Home