• Am I The Only One… Or Should Film Censorship Be Abolished?

    Stanley Kubrick once said “a filmmaker has almost the same freedom as a novelist has when he buys himself some paper”. A very optimistic opinion, especially considering the large number of films banned and given an X rating during the ’70s by the BBFC (thus making them unmarketable for...
  • Anti-Advent Calendar #6

    Christmas. It can be a little horrifying can’t it? We’re not even a week into December and yet we’ve seen city centres swarming with bargain-crazed citizens, windows washed with woven decorations, and lists. Lists and lists and lists. So here at Impact Film & TV, we’re continuing with our own list. Day...
  • Review – Fury

    Exactly what it says on the tin; Fury delivers an honest but ugly snapshot of hostile Germany in 1945, as seen through the misfortunes of an American tank crew. David Ayer’s two hours and fifteen minute war film contains the brutal dismemberment and emotional turmoil we have come to expect...
  • Most Anticipated Films of 2014 #13 – Nymphomaniac (Parts I & II)

    Lars von Trier has always been one to spark controversy, so it’ll be a disappointment this time if at least one audience member doesn’t walk out half way through. Following the gruesome Antichrist and the sci-fi-esque Melancholia, Nymphomaniac chronicles the sexual exploits of Joe (played by Stacy Martin and von Trier regular...