Vulture Hound

Vulture Hound is not a Tomatometer-approved publication. Reviews from this publication only count toward the Tomatometer when written by the following Tomatometer-approved critic(s): Charlotte Harrison, Chloe Leeson
Rating Title/Year Author
3/5 Level 16 (2018) Chloe Leeson The film remains uncomplicated by never reaching for anything more complex than commentary on female beauty standards and historical ideals about women's behaviour; but it is confident in its standpoint and delivers them to eerie effect EDIT
Posted May 13, 2019
2/5 Look Away (2018) Chloe Leeson It might not be the savviest horror ever made due to its juvenile messaging, but its clean and cold aesthetics and villainous characters just about manage to pull it through. EDIT
Posted Apr 11, 2019
3/5 Prospect (2018) Chloe Leeson Confident in its sci-fi knowledge from the 60s to present day indies likeMoon, Prospect acknowledges these references and schemas but confidently creates something fresh and vibrant. EDIT
Posted Apr 1, 2019
3.5/5 The Old Man & the Gun (2018) Chloe Leeson The Old Man & the Gun is a light-hearted and delightful crime caper; a charming ode to legends and how we remember them EDIT
Posted Apr 1, 2019
3/5 Next of Kin (1982) Chloe Leeson Hugely endearing in its lingering twisted visuals and sharp score, what Next of Kin lacks is a depth of character EDIT
Posted Mar 24, 2019
3 Un Viaje a la Luna (2018) Chloe Leeson ...the balance it strikes between its reality and fantasy worlds seems too disjointed to remain endearing throughout EDIT
Posted Mar 24, 2019
4/5 Overlord (2018) Chloe Leeson Overlord... is a thrilling action-horror laden with nail-biting intensity and effects that elevates itself way above the B-Movie references it lovingly covets. EDIT
Posted Mar 17, 2019
2/5 Slaughterhouse Rulez (2018) Chloe Leeson Slaughterhouse Rulez suffers from a lack of balance, its comedy is deafening unoriginal and its horror barely exists. EDIT
Posted Mar 17, 2019
Escape Room (2019) Chloe Leeson Escape Room manages to lock into current social trends and exploits the anxiety that could potentially surround them, delivering a largely exhilarating ride that feels quite different within its genre. EDIT
Posted Mar 17, 2019
Holiday (2018) Chloe Leeson Depictions of violence against women do little to allow its character autonomy and there is only so much room for provocation until... the story needs a sense of momentum EDIT
Posted Mar 17, 2019