”Go Big Or Go Home” – Zombieland: Double Tap (Blu-Ray Review)

Posted by - February 3, 2020
At the beginning of Zombieland: Double Tap, Columbus (Jesse Eisenberg) welcomes us back to Zombieland in a voiceover detailing what’s been happening in the zombie-ridden US of A in the last 10 years as well as thanking us for choosing them in the highly concentrated field of zombie entertainment. It’s deliciously meta and self-aware and

VultureHound’s Weekly News Round-Up (08/04/2018)

Posted by - April 8, 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. As we trudge ever closer to blockbusters like Avengers: Infinity War and Solo: A Star Wars Story, and, more importantly, the one year anniversary of this here weekly news round-up, we've been struck

Everybody is talking about… Three Billboards outside Ebbing, Missouri (Film Review)

Posted by - December 4, 2017
In director and writer Martin McDonagh’s previous films (and plays too), female characters are scarce. They either appear briefly or have an important part to play, but again, briefly. But in Three Billboards outside Ebbing, Missouri, Mildred Hayes, played by Frances McDormand, a female character is front and centre. Unfortunately the other female characters are

Apes Together Strong – War for the Planet of the Apes (Trailer)

Posted by - March 30, 2017
Fox has released the 'official trailer' for War for the Planet of the Apes, the third film in the rebooted Planet of the Apes franchise. The trailer recounts the previous entries in a series of soundbites, before delving into some new details for the upcoming film. Alongside seeing some of the characters being fleshed out,

All alone on… The Edge of Seventeen (DVD Review)

Posted by - March 25, 2017
When you hear this film's title, the Stevie Nicks song will come to mind. Not just because of the title, but also all through the lyrics. Nadine (Hailee Steifeld), our heroine and focus, is all-alone, and from what has been written about her previously, has been misjudged and treated unfairly. Nadine is a self-described ‘old