• Trailer Watch – Toy Story 4

    This week, Disney finally gave us the official trailer for the much anticipated Toy Story 4. Impact’s Jack took a long at the jam-packed insight into the movie to see what it reveals about the upcoming film, seeming similarities to the first three films, and ultimately, is it necessary? This...
  • 2016: Hot Or Not – The Little Prince

    Let’s wave goodbye to 2015! Good times, bad times we’ve had them all – but you know what they say, as one door closes, another one opens. Over the coming month we’ll be bringing you a snapshot of everything 2016 has to offer – the good, the bad and the ugly. Hold...
  • Film Review – The Good Dinosaur

    Imagine if the asteroid that hit Earth and caused the extinction of dinosaurs millions of years ago simply skimmed past our planet and life continued the way it was. Earth would have been a completely different planet, and even though Pixar used this idea for their latest animated adventure,...
  • TV Review – Bojack Horseman Series 2

    Long gone are the days when a new Netflix show was an event. The bold new network drops something every other week now, and the misses amongst the hits matter much less. Bojack Horseman is absolutely the latter; a cartoon about a talking horse which manages to be both...
  • Movie Musings… The First Feature Animation

    Carthay Circle Theatre, Los Angeles, 21st December 1937. The setting for a significant moment in cinematic history. Though it may not be as widely remembered as other film movements, there is no denying that the creation of the first full-length cel animated feature film is quite an astounding feat....
  • Movie Musings…

    Following the epic-scale feature as seen in the last issue (#236) of IMPACT, our writers bring you an even larger group of even more varied cinematic cogitations, from the history of the blockbuster to far reaches of film history with the first animated feature and German Expressionism. Below are the clickable...
  • TV Review – South Park, Season 18

    Back with new targets to taunt in their crosshairs of cultural commentary, Trey Parker and Matt Stone returned with ten episodes for their eighteenth season of South Park, which just concluded on Comedy Central in the UK. Warning: Mild spoilers follow! Opting for an experimental style of season-long continuity,...