• Film Review: Us

    Us, Jordan Peele’s follow-up horror film to Get Out, is a remarkably intriguing and horrifying film in its own right. When the larger social implications and allegories are considered, the film forces us to reckon with our own collective failures as self-interested individuals; our tendency to disregard the troubles...
  • Impact Film’s Best Of 2014 – The Results

    We asked, you answered and here it is: the top 20 films released in the UK in 2014, as voted for by you. This year was very hotly contested, as evidenced by the fact there was just one vote between the top three films, while a total of 95 different...
  • Review – 12 Years A Slave

    12 Years A Slave, Steve McQueen’s latest feature, shows the director is becoming increasingly more narrative and mainstream without losing either his potency or his fondness for long takes. Following the true story of one free man Solomon Northup, kidnapped and forced into an increasingly harrowing 12 years of...
  • Trailer Watch – 17/10/2013

    Welcome back to Trailer Watch, your fortnightly guide to the latest and best trailers. Four trailers caught my eye this week, Homefront starring Jason Statham, Afghan war flick Lone Survivor, highly acclaimed drama 12 Years a Slave and lastly new Luc Besson movie, The Family. Homefront Jason Statham plays the usual tough, no nonsense character...