• What “American Horror Story: 1984” Strives To Teach Us About The Passage Of Time

    WARNING: CONTAINS SPOILERS The world’s most popular horror anthology series has taken its viewers on a variety of journeys over the last ten years. From power-hungry witches in New Orleans, to ghost colonies butchering farmhouse owners in North Carolina, American Horror Story has highlighted both the bright and dark...
  • Captain Tom Moore Captivates the Nation

    This week the nation has been captivated not by the rising number of cases and deaths associated with the coronavirus pandemic, but the positive journey of a 99-year-old World War Two veteran who walked 100 laps of his garden to fundraise for the NHS....
  • Trailer Watch – Killing Eve Season Three

    If there is one TV show that could distract me from being in lockdown during a pandemic, it’s Killing Eve. Although the second series, written by Emerald Fennel rather than Phoebe Waller-Bridge, felt rather slow and lacklustre, the trailer for the third series suggests the show might be capitalising...
  • An Interview With an Actor, Producer and Author – Samuel Kelly IV

    Last week, I held an interview with Samuel Kelly IV. As an actor, producer and author, he shared some key insights into the entertainment industry. According to Kelly, his time at the Identity School of Acting, as well as growing up in London, greatly shaped him as an artist....
  • 30 Disney Films We Should All Be Watching in Self-Isolation

    I feel like I’m putting my head on a block here, but let’s open it up for discussion. Here’s a ranking of my favourite Disney films to watch (and rewatch) in self-isolation. #30 – Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl (2003) ‘Why is the Rum...
  • Our Favourite Films and TV Shows From Childhood

    We all had something that we repeatedly watched as children. Something that probably drove our parents mad. SpongeBob SquarePants, anyone? Maybe it was Mighty Morphin Power Rangers? Or Barney & Friends? Here at Impact, we decided to embrace the nostalgia and share with you some of our childhood obsessions. The Forgotten...
  • Film Review: Parasite

    When the son of a destitute family is given an opportunity to tutor a rich girl under false pretences, he and his family scheme to insinuate themselves into the wealthy household....