• The Forgettable Obscurity Of Apple TV+

    Apple TV+ was this week judged “below average” for both value and original programming by the American Customer Satisfaction Index. It has now been over half a year since its launch, so the question is – why has this new streaming service failed to gain traction? While Apple TV+...
  • EA and Star Wars: The Fall of an Empire

    With Jedi: Fallen Order unveiling its first gameplay at E3, Jack examines EA’s troubled history with Star Wars. Imagine this. You’re one of the biggest game publishers on the planet, and you’re handed the biggest brand in pop-culture on a platter. Star Wars is bigger than ever. Episode VII...
  • All 22 MCU Films Ranked

    Avengers: Endgame concludes the ‘Infinity Saga’ for the Marvel Cinematic Universe, which began with 2008’s Iron Man. To mark this momentous culmination, I’m going to take a look back at every single film and rank them. This list is a reflection of my opinions not as a critic but...
  • The Disney-Fox Merger: A key summary

    At 2 minutes after midnight EST, March 20th, the $71bn acquisition of 21st Century Fox by Disney finally began after over 18 months of legal ratification. The deal is unprecedented in Hollywood and is causing a predicted 4,000 layoffs to both avoid duplication with Disney’s copious existing assets, and...
  • 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...
  • Scrapbook: Cinema Through Time

    In honour of our latest print issue being released, and in view of its theme of time, us here at Entertainment decided to take a look at how certain aspects of cinema have evolved. So hold on to your Flux Capacitors and take a stroll with us through film-time… The Rise and...
  • Trailer Watch – Frozen II

    When you say the word ‘Frozen’, images of talking snowmen and catchy songs come to mind. Yet the trailer for Frozen II appears as far removed from its predecessor as you could imagine. There are no musical numbers, princesses in castles or cutesy romance scenes that you might expect...