• Scrapbook – Fluffy Bunnies

    Easter may have been and gone, but we all still need some fluffy bunnies in our lives! Even if those bunnies are sometimes a bit… well… unusual. Read on for Impact’s compilation of their favourite fluffy (and/or morbid/terrifying) bunnies from pop culture… Suicide Bunnies Cute, small, and fluffy, these...
  • Doctor Who. . . Who’s Who?

    With Jodie Whittaker taking the helm of the TARDIS and a new era of Who imminent, Impact magazine takes a journey back through space and time to explore the history of TV’s most beloved – and enigmatic – character. The First Doctor – William Hartnell/Richard Hurndall/David Bradley New Who...
  • Review – Hercules

    Director Brett Ratner’s latest is a mix of action, comedy and loose references to Greek mythology. So keen, it seems, were Ratner and his screenwriters to create this mix that instead made a mess. The script lacks any cohesion and feels as though it was written by a group...
  • Scrapbook – Films Not Set On Earth

    Greeting Guardians of the Galaxy into UK cinemas, our writers scour the cinematic universe of fantasy and sci-fi in search of the best films set beyond the Earth. Star Wars “A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away…”. Spanning six movies, numerous animated series, hundreds of novels,...