• Trailer Watch: Dumbo

    The new trailer for yet another of Disney’s live action remakes of a beloved animated classic is here. Looking more realistic than before, featuring plenty of old favourites but also lots of new stuff, there’s a handful of hints that maybe this version will be darker than the original....
  • Scrapbook – Tim Burton Films

    In celebration of Burton’s new film Alice Through The Looking Glass, Impact Film and TV looks back at some of his greatest classics… Beetlejuice This film is weird; ask someone why they like this film and they might struggle to say as it is cinematic Marmite. It has quite a...
  • Trailer Watch – Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children

    Based on the book of the same name, the fantasy world of Miss Peregrine and her peculiar children is about to come to life on screen – and it’s both weird and wonderful. Miss Peregrine is the woman who runs a secret home for children – but no ordinary...
  • 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...
  • 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,...
  • 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 – Big Eyes

    Not much has been seen from Tim Burton since he directed the stop-motion film Frankenweenie, but now he’s back and, for this film at least, he’s shed the stereotypes that have made his name in cinema and is trying something new. Nary a Johnny Depp nor a Helena Bonham...