Film & TV

Since its debut in 2006, Death Note has become one of the most successful and well-known animes worldwide. It is

In honour of the University of Nottingham’s very own NSTV celebrating its tenth anniversary this year, Impact are looking back

After making her name as part of the mumblecore movement (a term she detests), Greta Gerwig turns to directing her

As university creeps around the corner, September can be a mixed bag of emotions. So how appropriate that, in terms

Following (and long before) the recent announcement that Disney finally is moving towards the release of an Obi-Wan Star Wars

At the end of July, the long-running medical drama Casualty wrapped its 31st season with a finale completely composed of

The battle between Marvel and DC sometimes seems as old as time itself, but in recent cinematic history Marvel’s Cinematic

After the teaser trailer release from a few months ago effused a sense of unease, this brand new, longer sneak

2013 saw the release of perhaps one of the most epic films that has graced international cinema in recent years.

The first trailer released for Guillermo del Toro’s The Shape of Water sets it up to be beautiful, heart-warming and