In Extremist Movie Debate, a coin flip decides who loves it and who hates it. They then debate it on the fly. This episode? Star Wars: The Last Jedi
After a makeup company partnered with the Star Wars brand, there was resistance. Why? We’re just finally getting our unique shade of fandom. Embrace it.
Jesse Valencia imagines a Star Wars universe where “Shadows of the Empire” exists and is a standalone film. This is Valencia’s proposal to the Lucasfilm Story Group and his bid to be the one who writes it.
Disney appears to want to transform the Star Wars universe into something more gritty and complex through its initial filmmaker choices, but then yanks them for safer ones and a retelling of the same old formula. Is Disney ruining Star Wars?
Cynical toward the chances of Rogue One actually being decent? Well, good news for you I have, young Jedi. Search yourself, you know this to be true.
How do you make the jump from naive farm boy to rebel hero? By asking questions. Lots of questions.
17 years after The Phantom Menace, Darth Maul has finally gotten the on-screen due he deserves via a brilliant fan-made short.
When Jordan King-Lacroix went shopping with his girlfriend for Star Wars apparel at UNIQLO, he was staggered to find archaic sexist marketing in place.
Jesse Valencia expresses his unbridled (and spoiler free) excitement after seeing the latest installment of the Star Wars franchise, The Force Awakens.