• Gaming Music – the Brilliance of MiracleOfSound and Dan Bull

    In many ways, I am musically incompetent. I know practically nothing about music, be it what’s good, what’s in the charts, who’s popular – genuinely, nothing. However, what I do know is video games, and anyone who’s spent as much time playing video games as me can appreciate the...
  • Gender-swapped remakes: A risk worth taking?

    With cinematic studios producing gender-swapped remakes such as Ghostbusters and Ocean’s Eleven, it generates a discussion on whether this is a positive way to progress women in film or if it the potential hindrance to them is too risky. There is no doubt that even if there are strong...
  • Hollywood Puts on a Brave Face in Light of a Truly Dark Year

    The nominations are in, and now throughout Hollywood speeches are being written, falsely gracious losing faces practised, probably even somewhere red carpets dry-cleaned. And yet this year’s ceremony will take place in the light of what can only be described as a truly earth-shattering year for the industry. The...
  • Nottingham students running for Nightline

    On Sunday 19th November 2017, over 100 students participated in a 5k Superhero Fun Run organised by Nightline at the University of Nottingham. The money raised in the fund-raising event will be going towards the support and training of new volunteers. These volunteers are known as Nightliners and they...
  • Wonder Woman: Is it really so wonderful?

    If anyone out there still hasn’t seen Wonder Woman, I have some words of advice: go watch it. Coming from someone who has never seen a DC-related TV-series or film, Wonder Woman is amazing, and rivals plenty of its Marvel counterparts. With a cast based heavily around strong female...
  • Reel Equality – Change Agents for Hollywood?

    Reel Equality, a campaign of the Nottingham based organisation, Equation, has involved itself even further regarding an issue that lies close to the many – gender inequality on the big screen. Impact Magazine interviewed Reel Equality volunteer Agnes Flues to disclose their defining purpose for Nottinghamshire. With developments such as...
  • Look out for… June

    When Steven Spielberg’s classic, Jaws, was released in 1975, it ushered in the era of the summer blockbuster, morphing the film calendar to produce a 7-month long season of big budget action movies, released practically every weekend – and 42 years later, 2017 is no different. For those who...