• The Many (Many) Reasons To Be Excited for ‘Crisis on Infinite Earths’

    Every year, the group of superhero shows airing on the CW (or Sky 1 in the UK) – Arrow, The Flash, Supergirl, Legends of Tomorrow, and now Batwoman, have their annual crossover. This year they’re adapting Crisis on Infinite Earths – the most famous event in DC comics history....
  • Gaming Review: Marvel Spider-Man

    Spider-Man today remains one of the world’s most recognisable and culturally significant superheroes. Portrayed for years in comics, TV, film, and, of course, video games, Spider-Man has received nearly universal critical and commercial success in almost all forms of entertainment. Insomniac Games, praised developer of the likes of Ratchet...
  • Fresher’s Checklist: What to do in Notts

    With the 2018/19 academic year incoming, the city of Nottingham is faced to bear the excitement that new students and returning students will usher in, with their new IKEA bed linens, fresher’s bands, and a brazen attitude to partying and studying. Students eager to explore Nottingham and enrich themselves...
  • Film Review: Incredibles 2

    It’s been 14 years since the first Incredibles hit the silver screen, but finally after the long wait (and an extra month thanks to the World Cup) Incredibles 2 is in cinemas. Written and Directed by Brad Bird, director of the prequel, he only agreed to take the role...
  • 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...
  • Trailer Watch – Justice League

    Since the overly harsh critical slaughtering of Batman V Superman, Warner Bros. decided to crank it up to 10 with this year’s San Diego Comic Con Justice League footage. The White Stripes bring in Batman and Aquaman in a macho-man face off of drastically unfair proportions. This footage is...
  • 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...