Fury is a brutal, transfixing, visually impressive tale of a tank crew deep in hostile territory at the end of World War Two. There’s not much plot to speak of – the brave guys have to hold a strategic crossroads as their company is decimated around them is just about all there is to it – but the depiction of the visceral degradation of war (wet wool, mud, cordite, iron-y blood spatter) is haunting, and indeed breathtaking at times. What these men went through for our freedom is truly remarkable. Fury filmed in Oxfordshire using real tanks from the Bovington Tank Museum.