Joyful, but empty – Wonder Woman 1984 (Blu-Ray Review)

Posted by - March 26, 2021
In 2020, when the world most needed a ray of light, a little bit of hope, Patty Jenkins and Gal Gadot swung in and brought us a bright, vibrant superhero tale designed for the big screen. Wonder Woman 1984 was one of the first and only big releases to grace the few cinema screens open

A Lackluster Sequel – Wonder Woman 1984 (Review)

Posted by - December 26, 2020
While the release of Wonder Woman 1984 has sparked controversy, mostly because of the ongoing movie theater versus at-home-viewing experience debate, it’s important to judge it on its own. Sure, we’re used to seeing superhero movies on a much bigger screen with an impeccable sound system, but obviously that’s not possible for a lot of

The VH Weekly News Round-Up (23/07/2017)

Posted by - July 23, 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. Just like last weekend where we took a look at Disney's D23 expo, this week, we'll be looking at another big event; namely San Diego Comic-Con. And while I've taken

The VH Weekly News Round-Up (11/06/2017)

Posted by - June 11, 2017
A lot of news this week really happened closer to last week's post. I imagine, in part, because gamers around the world have been gearing up for E3. Even though I wouldn't class myself as a gamer, I have been live-streaming videos about Star Wars Battlefront II for the past few hours, so I can relate somewhat. Since

“Do You Bleed?” – Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (Film Review)

Posted by - March 26, 2016
Ever since the clash between the Dark Knight and the Man of Steel in Frank Miller's The Dark Knight Returns in 1986, everyone has been waiting thirty years to see this confrontation happen on screen. Going into the film was nerve-racking, considering that both Batman and Superman are without doubt some of my all-time favourite superheroes