Disaster Strikes! Or does it? – Greenland (Film Review)

Posted by - February 4, 2021
In a year where it seems that just about everything has happened except for the end of the world, it can be quite entertaining to watch a disaster film like Greenland and to witness the end of the world without having to get worried. In Greenland, Gerard Butler plays structural engineer John Garrity desperately trying

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

“THIS IS SPARTA!” – 300 (Blu-ray Review)

Posted by - October 6, 2020
The ‘sword and sandal’ genre can be fitted into two categories- the visceral intensity of Gladiator or the wanton extremities of  Spartacus. 300 falls into the latter category. If there is one word used to describe the movie, it would be ‘excessive’. Adapted from a graphic novel by Frank Miller, it is a hyper-intensive, visually

The VH Weekly News Round-Up (30/07/2017)

Posted by - July 30, 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. While there are some small details that may be worth mentioning about comic-book adaptations, such as Jared Leto apparently closing in on the lead role in Bloodshot and the fact that

“How’s that for entertainment?” – Ranking Guy Ritchie’s films

Posted by - May 19, 2017
Guy Ritchie's latest film, King Arthur: Legend of the Sword, is out in UK now. The latest adaptation of the Arthurian legend sees Charlie Hunnam's Arthur confront both the dark forces that are plaguing Britain as well as his own destiny. In a way, the lead-up and response to Legend of the Sword is partially representative of how people