While summer is a time for big, tentpole movie franchises to unleash the latest superhero movie or a garbled Transformers cinematic stream of consciousness, there is not a lot of hard science fiction for us sci-fi nerds to geek out on. That is why I am excited for Valerian And The City Of A Thousand […]
- Fan Theory
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- Nerd 101
- Series Recap
40 years ago, Star Wars entered theaters, mere months after the story of the Rebel Alliance and the Galactic Empire hit shelves in the form of novelizations and comic books. Since then, there have been four sequels, three prequels, a spin-off “anthology” film, two spin-off films featuring talking teddy bears, and several cartoons, video games, […]
Fan films are a mixed bag. Some just don’t have any real appeal outside of the people who made them, and some of their friends. Some show a lot of promise but seem kind of uncooked. The script is there but the acting and production value aren’t, or the acting is solid but the dialogue […]
Lords of the Sith, written by Paul S. Kemp, is part of the new wave of official, canon Star Wars media. This story begins a few years after the end of the Clone Wars and focuses on the relationship between Darth Vader and Emperor Palpatine.
During a live Q&A at the TriBeCa Film Festival in April 2016, J.J. Abrams was asked by a young boy from the audience as to who Rey’s parents were. As this is perhaps the most prevailing mystery in the Star Wars series to date, the question drew cheers from the audience. At a loss for […]
Yesterday, we were all saddened to learn of the passing of Carrie Fisher. At age 60, Fisher drowned in moonlight, strangled by her own bra. No, of course she didn’t. But she said that, no matter how it happened, that was how she wanted her obituary to read. That was her style of off-beat humor.