• Sexy or Scary? Impact Reviews Villains

    It’s time for another Impact scrapbook! This time, we’re reviewing the best Villains in Film and TV in honour of the release of Suicide Squad. From Hans Lander to Moriarty, we’ve narrowed it down to our favourites: Moriarty – Sherlock A Spider in a web.  A good old fashioned...
  • Scrapbook – Tim Burton Films

    In celebration of Burton’s new film Alice Through The Looking Glass, Impact Film and TV looks back at some of his greatest classics… Beetlejuice This film is weird; ask someone why they like this film and they might struggle to say as it is cinematic Marmite. It has quite a...
  • Scrapbook – Worst Sequels

    2016 is an outstandingly chaotic year for sequels. Recently, the deplorable Alvin & the Chipmunks 4 was released, Batman V Superman is out now, Ghostbusters, The Purge and Jason Bourne are all getting sequels this year to name but a few in a very crowded market. We have put...
  • Scrapbook – Best/Worst Mothers

    It’s Mothers’ Day, and what better way to spend it than delving into film’s extensive list of great – and not so great – mums. Whether they’re evil, delightful or just plain incompetent, there’s no doubting, the bond between mother and child is a unique one. Elastagirl/Helen Parr –...
  • Trailer Watch – Super Bowl 50

    On the 7th February 2015, The Broncos and The Panthers came together for the Super Bowl 50. Though the clash was exciting for many, just as exciting was the halftime show, in particular the whole host of clips and teasers we were shown for the films of 2016.  Impact Film...
  • Scrapbook – Best Christmas Movies

    It’s that time of year when the mandatory viewing of festive films happens in households and halls alike. Impact Film & TV have compiled a list of their favourite Christmas movies to get you in the mood and potentially offer an alternative to Love Actually this year. The Holiday...
  • Scrapbook – Worst Date Night Movies

    The cinema can be conducive to a fantastic date. Cuddling next to your significant other in a darkened room, enjoying some cinematic magic. But as the Impact Film & TV team have learnt, film choice is everything. They’ve suffered awkwardness, boredom and worse so you don’t have to. Be warned!...