The Susan Komen pink stuff can take a flying leap. I want this mixer in my kitchen! Boba Fett Mixer by tommyfilth on deviantART.
Tag Archives: star-wars
And a follow up “Revenge of the 5th” post, though like most good Star Wars fans, I don’t recognise the prequels. Sean O’Neal writes the news reports for the AVClub, and he does it very, very well. I find myself reading items for topics that have no interest to me, just to see what kind […]
May the fourth, etc. Last month I participated in A Musical Emergency, which is a loose collective of theater and music folks in SF that turns popular stories or movies into full length musicals. They divide the story up into bite sized chunks and everyone’s responsible for telling their part of the story however they […]
Empire Strikes Back is, arguably, my favourite movie ever, so it’s wild seeing these behind the scenes stills which remind me even more than Mark Hammill’s acting (which in fairness was pretty great in Empire) that it was all just a lot of smoke and mirrors. Or, to use another phrase, “simple tricks and nonsense”. […]
http://www.youtube.com/user/RedLetterMedia It’s no secret that I love the Star Wars movies, but that I loathe the Prequels. This guy’s review of Attack of the Clones (which, after the disappointment of Phantom Menace and the horror show AotC trailer, I refused to watch) takes almost as long as the movie itself. It begins questionably, but holy […]
http://roflrazzi.com/upcoming?pid=12514 Hear, hear!
http://www.streetlevel.com/2009/05/29/the-vader-project/ Crappy website showcasing some witty designs. I really want to know who did the cartoony one with the Imperial officers in their little sunken control space – that is a terrific piece.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kenneth_Colley Here’s a fun fact for Star Wars and Monty Python fans (read: my fellow nerds) – it seems Admiral Piett played Jesus in Life of Brian! I have nothing to add to this. For us nerds, that’s all we need.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kDKiQfBs9lo Snatch/Star Wars mash-up that makes Vader into a foul-mouthed Cockney thug. I particularly like his using “Errol” as a term of endearment for any Imperial trooper. Thanks, Sam, for the link.
http://camerondaigle.tumblr.com/post/86010120/marketing-genius A list of Star Wars terms that rarely – or never – get named in the dialogue. The fact that I (and probably a fair number of you, too) can recognise them all shows the power of Lucas’ toy marketing, ’cause the boxes were all labelled!