• Naughty & Nice – Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

    It’s nearly Christmas, a time for all things sugary and nice. But, in the world of film, not everything would make it onto Santa’s list. The next few days will see Impact Film & TV look at the good and the bad of popular franchises. Enjoy! For many people,...
  • Film Review – Black Mass

    A large wave of award season contenders are finally starting to head over to UK cinemas and, although Black Mass may not be in contention for best picture, expect some nominations in the acting department as Johnny Depp puts himself back on the map as a serious actor. Black...
  • Trailer Watch – Alice Through The Looking Glass

    From the genius quirks of Tim Burton comes a sequel to the wonderful star-studded 2010 film Alice in Wonderland– this time it’s Alice Through the Looking Glass. Since the first film was based on the classic Lewis Carrol books mixed with the beautiful madness of Tim Burton’s mind, the...
  • Trailer Watch – Black Mass

    It’s fair to say that Johnny Depp’s film roles over the past few years haven’t been entirely accurate representations of the talent that has made him a star. His portrayal of a Native American in Lone Ranger sparked controversy, Transcendence was described as bland and anticlimactic, and Mortdecai has deservedly...
  • Film Review – Into the Woods

    Into the Woods is a Disney adaptation of a Broadway musical where several familiar fairy tale storylines all converge within the magical space of The Woods. The central character to all the arcs is Meryl Streep as The Witch, and an actor of Streep’s calibre is needed to carry off...
  • Rewind Review – The Tourist

    With nothing else to do on a 2010 December’s day, one couldn’t be criticised if they popped into the cinema and decided on a film that had some eye-candy in, The Tourist. However, such a decision would be regrettable due to what is an excruciatingly abysmal film. The only way to describe The...
  • Trailer Watch – Into The Woods

    Into the Woods boasts an impressive ensemble cast that includes Meryl Streep, Johnny Depp, Emily Blunt, James Corden, Chris Pine and Anna Kendrick. Based on the Tony-award winning Broadway musical, the film is a fantasy-genre crossover, intertwining several of our most beloved childhood fairytales to create a fantastical magical...