The Impact

10 Classic Millennial Movies to Reminisce Over

10 Classic Millennial Movies to Reminisce Over

Jadeen Mercado, Staff

September 17, 2020

Since quarantine is still affecting most people, what better way is there to take our minds off of it than rewatching some favorites from back in the day. With the countless streaming services and television channels, it isn’t hard to find what you're looking for. One thing that has made quarantine ...

Outer Banks is Millennials Goonies

Outer Banks is Millennials Goonies

Alexis Lynch, Social Media Editor

May 13, 2020

Outer Banks gives me “Goonies” vibes for anyone who has seen that movie.

A Conversation With Actor Edward Hibbert

A Conversation With Actor Edward Hibbert

Francesca Simone and Alexis Lynch

December 7, 2019

"Getting to lick Mariska Hargitay's boots is something I never thought I would do!"

Modern Ghibli Classic: ‘The Red Turtle’ Speaks Volumes Without Words

Modern Ghibli Classic: 'The Red Turtle' Speaks Volumes Without Words

Nora-Grayce Orosz, Staff Writer

February 20, 2017

A charming film from beloved animation studio Studio Ghibli teaching love, perseverance, and respect for nature.

The OA: A Glittering Masterpiece, or Smoke and Mirrors?

The OA: A Glittering Masterpiece, or Smoke and Mirrors?

Nora-Grayce Orosz, Staff Writer

February 15, 2017

Netflix series "the OA" dazzles viewers with gorgeous production and out there plotlines.

American Horror Story Starting To Lose Steam In Season Six

American Horror Story Starting To Lose Steam In Season Six

Justin de la Garza, Impact Staff

October 6, 2016

                                        Entertaining and a borderline spoof but far from a master piece, the sixth season of American Horror Story holds some promise with storytelling and characters depth, h...

‘Grace and Frankie’ Season 2 Is Golden

'Grace and Frankie' Season 2 Is Golden

Christine Coleman, Correspondent

July 9, 2016

GRACE AND FRANKIE Like a newly developed neighborhood that makes all the surrounding ones look rundown and in long for the better times of yesteryear, Netflix is quickly becoming the exclusive residence of choice for today’s smart and edgy programming. This isn’t necessarily a bad thing, however, for t...

Dory Finds Herself A Star After Nemo Sequel

Dory Finds Herself A Star After Nemo Sequel

Darien Greene, Correspondent

July 9, 2016

Before walking into Finding Dory, I couldn’t help but wonder, “Do we need this? Is this necessary?” Disney marketing executives would say yes, Disney stockholders would say yes, and most importantly the parents of a little girl with a disability would say yes. Finding Dory exists as the produc...

‘Room’ One Of The Best of 2016

'Room' One Of The Best of 2016

Darian Greene, Contributor

July 8, 2016

“Room” is a heart-wrenching, but profoundly enriching story about creating your own reality in the face of insurmountable adversity. Directed with aplomb by Lenny Abrahamson, this tiny film blesses us with transcendent performances by all principle actors, but especially Brie Larson and Jacob Tremblay. Based...

Cultural Fears, Unruly Children, and the Recurring Themes in Horror Films: A Comparison of Child’s Play (1988) and Orphan (2009)

Cultural Fears, Unruly Children, and the Recurring Themes in Horror Films: A Comparison of Child’s Play (1988) and Orphan (2009)

Rashaan Pace, Impact Staff

April 16, 2015

  According to the Holy Bible’s story in Genesis, Chapter 4, which depicts the brutal slaying of Abel by his brother Cain, the concept of violence, in particular, murder is as old as creation. The story suggests that because of sin, the inability to control one’s emotions can lead various per...

The Award Winning News Publication of Mercy College
Movies and Television