• Representing Dance On-screen: A Now-impossible Feat to Achieve?

    Over the course of the last fifteen years, there’s been an increasing trend for the making of biopics about high-profile figures in the entertainment world, in part due to the rise in popularity of online platforms such as Netflix and Amazon Prime. The world of music has been extraordinarily...
  • Annie @ Theatre Royal

    This week, Impact was lucky enough to be invited to see the opening night performance of Annie at the Nottingham Theatre Royal. Nearly everyone has seen the film or knows the story of the redheaded orphan’s search to find her true family. Quite simply, this production is the revision...
  • Celebrity Sex Crimes: Can We Separate the Man from the Music?

    What do we do when the art we love was created by a monster? For many, after watching the four-hour documentary titled Finding Neverland, the answer is obvious. Michael Jackson’s guilt is presented with such powerful and harrowing tangibility. It’s clear that this is also evident to various radio...
  • Film Review: Us

    Us, Jordan Peele’s follow-up horror film to Get Out, is a remarkably intriguing and horrifying film in its own right. When the larger social implications and allegories are considered, the film forces us to reckon with our own collective failures as self-interested individuals; our tendency to disregard the troubles...
  • Trailer Watch: ‘Once Upon a Time in Hollywood’

    Quentin Tarantino will forever be known as one of Hollywood’s most iconic directors. His movies have been enshrined into cult legend, yet this year’s Once Upon a Time in Hollywood has the potential to rival his very best works. Hailed as a black comedy crime film written and directed...
  • 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...
  • Look Out For… February

    After his Oscar-nominated break-out performance in 2016’s Manchester by the Sea, Lucas Hedges stars in Boy Erased, the true story of a boy who is forced to take part in a gay conversion therapy program. The timely On the Basis of Sex sees Felicity Jones star as a young...