With the release of the 9th Star Wars film this weekend, we decided to do what all fans do best - rank our favorite films, debate each others' lists, and conclude that only we are right. We're also going to be asking our listeners to submit their own lists on our Facebook page. To make things a little more interesting, we wanted to see if if made a difference in lists when people became fans. So we created 4 titles and we'd like for you declare which title fits you best when
Many people can tell you how they fell in love the Star Wars, when they saw the first movie and what their entry point into the series was. My story is similar to millions of others I was a young boy when I saw the first film and was present on release day for each of the entries thereafter. But I started thinking about WHY I fell in love with Star Wars. Unlike my younger brothers I did not collect the toys as a matter fact I was never really into any of the merchandise,
A brand new Star Wars movie hits theaters this week. The yearly releases are still a recent development, thanks to Disney's acquisition of Lucasfilm. It was almost sixteen years between the release dates of Return of the Jedi and The Phantom Menace and ten years between Revenge of the Sith and The Force Awakens. A lot of fans grew up in these "dark" periods and I was one of them, having been born in 1981 and too young to see Return of the Jedi's 1983 release. While I eventual
(Full Disclosure: I contributed to the crowdfunding campaign of this movie and have a "producer" credit for this film. I do not have any financial stake in the movie's success, I just happen to think it's a kick ass horror flick you all should see) The first She Was So Pretty was one of my personal highlights from the inaugural Nightmares Film Festival last year. I had no expectations going in and I was treated to one of the best true indie horror films I had seen in years.