Nicolas Caballero

Nicolas Caballero

During the following weeks, Impact Film & TV writer Sean McGurk will list his opinions on his choice of the 10 greatest

A critique of the capitalistic lifestyle and an all out riddle of a film, A Cure for Wellness is Gore

The film business moves pretty fast – if you don’t stop and look around once in a while, you could

Disney Pixar has brought various magical fantasies into our homes for over twenty years, inventing enchanting creations such as Toy

Warning: minor spoilers ahead. Logan is a brutal film. Brutal in tone, brutal in the uncompromising nature of the violence

The universal affection for Coming-of-Age films is kind of ironic. None of us ever actually feel ‘grown up’, yet we

While many are aware of the Gregorian calendar, there is another one that runs parallel to it: the film calendar.

Barry Jenkins’ first directorial breakthrough film Moonlight is a beautiful, poetic-like film which tells the story of a young African-American man,

As we approach the end of LGBT History Month, here at Impact Film & TV we’ve taken a moment to discuss

When we think of film noir, we reflect on Hollywood’s crime mysteries from the 1940s such as Citizen Kane and