• Summer TV Picks #2 – BoJack Horseman

    BoJack Horseman is a cartoon aimed at adults, which follows a once-famous now washed-up TV star with an awful personality. In a world of human-animal hybrids, set in America, the show is a comic, sometimes dark reflection on the life of a celebrity and the horrible choices he makes,...
  • Look Out For…February

    Finally, after months of waiting, the Oscars are nearly upon us. Will La La Land dance its way to the top? Will Portman trounce Stone? All will be revealed on 26th February; until then, there’s a whole host of films being released this month to sink your teeth into....
  • TV Review – Bojack Horseman Series 2

    Long gone are the days when a new Netflix show was an event. The bold new network drops something every other week now, and the misses amongst the hits matter much less. Bojack Horseman is absolutely the latter; a cartoon about a talking horse which manages to be both...
  • Next on Netflix #16

    This week in Next on Netflix, Tom recommends three very different shows currently available on Netflix. BoJack Horseman Couple Archer’s machine-gun wit with Alan Partridge’s outdated-celebrity-with-misjudged-sense-of-importance and you’ve got the latest, animated Netflix Original, BoJack Horseman. Set in a world where humans and anthropomorphised animals coexist, washed-up star of 90’s family...
  • Next on Netflix #9

    Here at Impact Film, sitting on the sofa and binge watching your favourite shows until the early hours is the only way to celebrate the end of exams. This week, Bharat recommends three TV shows to kickstart your summer in style.  Scrubs Hit hospital comedy Scrubs recently checked itself into Netflix’s vast sitcom collection. Its unique blend...
  • Trailer Watch – Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

    While the name Michael Bay might have you running in the other direction after the disasters that were Transformers 2, 3 and by the looks of it 4, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles may want you to give his credit as a producer the benefit of the doubt. It has all...
  • Review – The Lego Movie

    Hollywood has a protracted history of taking adored treasures of yesteryears and adapting them into feature films. Suffice to say, results have varied. Instances include the much-maligned Transformers and G.I. Joe franchises amongst various others. The Lego Movie is now the latest attempt to bring a beloved relic to the big...