Why Guy Ritchie’s Sherlock Holmes Films Are Underrated Adaptations

Posted by - October 27, 2020
With their recent re-release on 4K Ultra HD Blu-Ray, as well as confirmation from new director Dexter Fletcher that Sherlock Holmes 3, which is still currently scheduled for December 2021, has been put on the back burner once more due to Covid-19 complications, it seems a good time to revisit Guy Ritchie’s re-imagining of the

“What’s a Scorpion Got That I Haven’t?” – Dolittle (Film Review)

Posted by - February 3, 2020
There's always a lot of talk at this time of year about the possibility of big actors Norbit-ing themselves. The term comes from the Oscars in 2007, in which Eddie Murphy's expected Best Supporting Actor win for Dreamgirls didn't come off, with some of the responsibility placed on the fact his terrible multi-role comedy came

“It’s a Breathtaking, Emotional, and Masterful Piece of Cinema” – Avengers: Endgame (DVD Review)

Posted by - August 20, 2019
Before Avengers: Endgame even hit cinemas; it earned the moniker of ‘biggest film’ because of the over decade long journey to arrive at the ‘Endgame’, and Infinity War’s surreal and heartbreaking climax. When you finally sit down and watch this ultimate finale, directors Joe and Anthony Russo deliver a superhero bonanza that more than justifies

VultureHound’s Weekly News Round-Up (01/04/2018)

Posted by - April 1, 2018
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. Happy Easter / April Fools - whichever you prefer to celebrate. Or, if you don't celebrate either, that's cool too. Happy Sunday to you folks. What with it being April

VultureHound’s Weekly News Round-Up (04/03/2018)

Posted by - March 4, 2018
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. This week, the world has been gearing up for the Oscars. Tonight at 1am (or, you know - a more reasonable time if you live State-side) the most glamorous film-folk

“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

“That was awesome” – Spider-Man: Homecoming (Trailer)

Posted by - December 9, 2016
Amazing. Astonishing. Spectacular. Superior. These are all adjectives used as the first part of various Spider-Man's comic-book titles (ie. The Amazing Spider-Man, etc.). And, rather aptly, they're all adjectives that look like they're going to be accurate reviews of this film: Spider-Man: Homecoming follows Peter Parker (Tom Holland), the spectacular Spider-Man, after he's had a

Films That Shouldn’t Have Made You Cry But Did

Posted by - August 3, 2014
5. 13 Going On 30 This film was a classic for the teenage girl when it came out back in 2004. We completely fall in love with Matt (Mark Ruffalo) and Jenna (Jennifer Garner). The story is as it goes; 13 year old Jenna makes a wish to be 30, which comes true. She finds