• Soundtracks: Do we love ’em or hate ’em?

    Rhianna Greensmith Music has historically been an integral accompaniment to other art forms – arranged to compliment film and television to provide the notorious soundtracks we know and love. But what role do soundtracks really play?  When we think of certain shows, we think of the music that accompanies...
  • 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...
  • Are Christmas Films Overrated?

    Ah, Christmas movies. You come and you invade our channels for a month a year. Us students gather round, begrudgingly watching them with that one flatmate who actually cares. Parents despair as their children, finding excuses in the winter common cold to bunk more and more time off school,...
  • Trailer Watch – Frozen Fever

    Guess who’s back? Yeah! Its the gang that never left! The creators of Frozen have brought us a short film called Frozen Fever, with all your favourite characters as they prepare the best party ever for Anna’s birthday! The movie is expected to last seven minutes and has managed...
  • Next on Netflix #8

    Disney delight, fairy tale fright and familial insight; if Impact‘s Netflix suggestions have yet to excite, then hopefully this week’s variety will entice your curiosity. Enjoy our next best recommendations on Netflix. Tarzan When I think Disney, I automatically think of ball gowns, glass slippers, beasts and witches. In the...
  • Review – Frozen

    Heralded by critics as the best Disney musical since the Golden Age of The Lion King and Little Mermaid, Frozen provides the little bit of snowy magic in what has so far been a wet and windy couple of months. Set in the fantasy kingdom of Arendelle, Frozen follows the story...