“We Want To Believe In Him” – Robin’s Wish (Film Review)

Posted by - January 4, 2021
In August 2014, comedy and movie fans across the world were shocked to hear the news that celebrated comedian and award-winning actor Robin Williams had died at the age of 63. He had committed suicide at his home. The initial reactions and press assumptions immediately jumped to tales from Williams’ past, tales of battles with

Reclaiming the Rotten: Steven Spielberg’s Hook

Posted by - December 2, 2020
Each month, we at FilmHounds take a look at a director’s back catalogue and pick their lowest rated film on Rotten Tomatoes and ask ourselves – why? Why is it their least loved among critics? Regardless, we attempt to see the good in it. This Month: Steven Spielberg’s HOOK (1991) Rating: 20% “I’d like to

Robin Williams; The Autopsy

Posted by - April 22, 2015
I think everyone will agree here that on August 11th 2014, the world lost one of it's greatest talents, and most extraordinary person. Robin Williams was a master in comedy, his ad-libbing was always on top form, and he had everyone on the planet laughing until their ribs hurt. Behind closed doors, though, Williams suffered

Screen’s Greatest “Psychopaths”

Posted by - October 7, 2014
Spoilers ahead! I've seen this list compiled a millions times before, and never do I usually agree with it – and always the Joker has the top spot. Here is an alternative list of screen's great psychopaths, watch the films and programmes, be prepared to get creeped out. Benjamin Linus - LostLinus was a late character to come