• Film Review: Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald

    Magical action is stepped up a gear in the second installment of the Fantastic Beasts film series. We left the Wizarding World in 2016, with Grindelwald safely detained and order restored to the streets of New York. Apparently not content with destroying only one city, 2018’s installment sees Grindelwald...
  • Trailer Watch – Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald

    2016’s Fantastic Beasts brilliantly resurrected the Potter universe by turning the clocks back almost 100 years to give us a completely new perspective on a wizarding world that was larger and more magical than ever. Again penned solely by J.K Rowling and directed by Potter regular David Yates, the...
  • Updating the Crime Files of Gellert Grindelwald

    With the release of the name of the second Fantastic Beast film, along with a cast photo featuring our first look at Jude Law’s younger version of Albus Dumbledore, Impact looks at the possibilities this new film has… We are familiar with the storyline of Gellert Grindelwald, relevant as...
  • Look Out For… November

    As Hollywood continues to unravel in the wake of the Harvey Weinstein scandal, this awards season will certainly have an air of the paradoxical about it. Nevertheless, there’s an interesting bunch lined up this month. After Wonder Woman had her superb outing earlier this summer, Warner Bros. executives will...
  • Trailer Watch – Murder On the Orient Express

    Agatha Christie’s timeless mystery, Murder on the Orient Express, has been brought back to the big screen by director Kenneth Branagh in a new film adaptation. The release of the film’s new trailer has certainly presented a thrilling first impression.  From the trailer, Branagh sets the suspense of the...
  • 2015: Film Poll – Worst 5 Films

    We have spent a month looking forward to the potential cinematic highs and lows of 2016. But before January draws to an end, we should look back one last time at the hits and misses of 2015. We asked our readers to vote on their best and worst films...
  • 2016: Hot Or Not – Alice Through The Looking Glass

    After the financial (if not critical) success of Disney and Tim Burton’s 2010 Alice in Wonderland, the film that spawned the success of the studio’s live-action remakes such as last year’s Cinderella, it comes as no surprise that 2016 brings the film adaptation of Lewis Carroll’s much-loved sequel: Alice...