There has been much discussion about the impact of film violence in the media and particularly if its use has helped to influence negative behaviour by individuals. There have been varied results from these discussions and it seems as if there is no clear indication if it does or does not. This study is intended to produce a personal analysis on the subject of film violence focusing on the core issues connected to its influence on public behaviour. To support the study, it focuses on three iconic films: A Clockwork Orange (1971), directed by Stanley Kubrick; Fight Club (1999), directed by David Fincher and Natural Born Killers (1994), directed by Oliver Stone. These have all had attention from media sources regarding their depictions of violence and understanding the use of it in each case will aid the exploration. Along with this, keys areas in this study focus and include censorship and consumerism, as well as discussing the theory of Simulation and Simulacra proposed by philosopher Jean Baudrillard. Finally, these discussions are collated together to create a uniquely personal conclusion to this widely discussed subject.