Posts Tagged ‘george lucas’

Star Wars Propaganda: A History of Persuasive Art in the Galaxy Review

by trekkiemarkon 27/10/2016
What do you get the Star Wars fan who has everything this holiday season? Fans of the Force Franchise are spoiled for choice when it comes to buying them presents; there is literally merchandise everywhere adorned with Darth Vader, Han Solo or Stormtroopers. Star Wars Propaganda may be the ideal and unique choice for the more […]

Honest Trailers Does Labyrinth to Say Goodbye to David Bowie

by Becca Harperon 19/01/2016
When this popped up on my news feed I was a little more hesitant to watch it than I would normally be, Labyrinth is one of my all time favourite films simply because it is a cherished childhood memory. I didn’t like the idea of Screen Junkies tearing it apart especially whilst I’m still feeling […]

Rememblog #4: How Republic Commando Showed The Way For An Expanded Universe

by Callum Tyndallon 09/06/2015
Republic Commando is 2005 tactical first-person shooter set in the Star Wars universe. The game threw you into the mist of the Clone Wars as one of the titular commandos, specifically the commando leading the 4 man Delta Squad. The game utilised some simple but cool squad mechanics and placed you alongside some fairly decent allied AI. Playing […]

THE FORCE AWAKENS – What we now know, and TRAILER

by Daniel Delargyon 16/04/2015
So, earlier today, Star Wars Celebration held a panel for Star Wars: The Force Awakens. The full panel can be viewed below. So, for those of you who don’t wish to sit through the whole thing (officially runs 00:38:00 – 01:36:40), what are the main tid-bits to take away from this panel? – Well, Abrams apparently originally turned […]

Important PSA – Vertical Video Syndrome…JUST SAY NO!

by Becca Harperon 25/01/2014
I came upon this particular Public Service Announcement via my dear husband. You see, my other half has a pet hate, a pet hate that he gets far to ranty about far to often. That pet hate, my friends, is vertical videos and it’s becoming a problem. Luckily the folks over at Gloves and Boots […]