”Chaos Starts Now” – Chaos Walking (Film Review)

Posted by - March 29, 2021
Doug Liman’s Chaos Walking has been a long time coming. Filmed in 2017, the film was deemed un-releasable by Lionsgate at the time and the studio ordered reshoots in 2018 to improve on the Tom Holland – Daisy Ridley - starring sci-fi epic. Now, over 3 years after principal photography wrapped, the world finally sees

The Russo Brothers Unleashed – Cherry (Film Review)

Posted by - March 13, 2021
Tom Holland stars in the Russo Brothers' first directorial outing since Avengers: Endgame. The protagonist known only as Cherry in the credits guides us through ten years of his life as he goes from university student to soldier to bank robber. Along the way, we meet the love of his life, some quirky life long

31 Days of Horror – Fright Night (2011)

Posted by - October 25, 2020
Remakes are no stranger in Hollywood, and it is the horror genre that seems to bring out the most of them. It would be fair to say that, for the most part, the remakes struggle to surpass the quality of their original counterparts. But every now and again, one comes out the gate that takes

“Full Of Magic And Wonder” – Onward (Film Review)

Posted by - March 2, 2020
It’s time for a new Pixar film again! In my book, Pixar can do no wrong, as a studio they have a remarkably good grip on narrative and visual storytelling and I can indeed confirm that Dan Scanlon’s Onward is here to make you weep like a baby. The story follows two young elf brothers,

“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

Would Venom work in the Marvel Cinematic Universe?

Posted by - October 8, 2018
This post contains mild spoilers for Venom. You can read our review here.  Venom swung into cinemas late last week, finally giving comic-book fans their first chance at seeing how 'Sony's Marvel Universe' might shake out. Based around Spider-Man's extended universe of characters, but with Spider-Man noticeably absent, the first film in the series sees disgraced reporter

VultureHound’s Weekly News Round-Up (24/06/2018)

Posted by - June 24, 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 spells big trouble for many of the characters and actors featured here, as Adonis Creed faces off against an enemy that could shake him to his core, Spider-Man

Here Comes the Spider-Man! – Spider-Man: Homecoming (Blu-Ray Review)

Posted by - November 20, 2017
Out of all the countless superheroes in history, the one superhero that always resonated with me and was always my personal favourite was Spider-Man. For the past two decades, the Spider-Man film franchise has had something of a turbulent history. First starting in 2002, the first Spider-Man movie directed by Sam Raimi was a groundbreaking