Mystery Incorporated are back on the case in the latest cinematic outing for the Scooby Gang. There’s rarely been a time that Scooby hasn’t been on the small screen in some fashion since his creation in the original Hanna-Barbera cartoons back in 1969. The last time we saw Scoob, Shaggy Fred, Daphne and Velma in
The only possible thing director Sean Anders could have done for his Daddy’s Home sequel was make it bigger in every possible way, and that’s what he did. The cast is star-studded, John Cena’s role has increased, the slapstick comedy comes in larger doses, and of course, it’s now a ‘Christmas comedy’ for the family. Cheesy Christmas
I thought I had Instant Family pegged from its marketing campaign. It was sold on the basis of brightly coloured cinematography and two comedy stalwarts in Mark Wahlberg and Rose Byrne, complete with a lightly absurd premise. That campaign, however, sells a different film to the one that Daddy's Home director Sean Anders has made.
When Transformers first made the transition to the big screen there was a huge buzz around how the famous Autobots and Decepticons would be brought to life. After that initial foray into the cinematic world each film came with less and less enthusiasm and more and more criticism.Five films later and it does feel like
VultureHound's Weekly News Round-Up rounds out its first month today. For all you readers who either don't have time for or may have missed all your film news during the week, we've been rounding up five of the biggest and best news stories every weekend. If you want to see what you may have missed
The trailer for the fifth installment in the Transformers series landed last night, and brings with it a lot of questions: What is going on here? Is that giant planet thing Cybertron or something cooler (ie. Unicron)? What will Michael Bay blow up this time? And will he end his tenure on the franchise on a high