This week’s episode continues our conversation about our first experiences watching Star Wars. Yep, we’re not done talking about it yet! This time it’s Steve’s turn to relate his time checking out The Phantom Menace – in 2D and 3D! (The poor guy.)
Everyone remembers their first time… seeing Star Wars! Take a trip down memory lane with us as we discuss our earliest memories of Star Wars fandom, comparing our experiences to modern premieres and how our fandom is sustained.
Two Star Wars Stories, two very different results. What made “Rogue One” such a success, while “Solo: A Star Wars Story” floundered at the box office? And what do these two movies tell us about the future of Star Wars films beyond the Skywalker saga? Let’s dig in and find out!
Last week’s episode was all about Star Wars characters who didn’t live up to the hype. We flip the script and discuss the opposite this week: which Star Wars characters turned out *better* than advertised, or don’t get enough love from the fandom?
With so many characters in the Star Wars universe, there are bound to be a few clunkers. And some of them still achieve popularity! We don’t get it, and we tell you who we think are the most overrated characters in all of Star Wars.
Four movies in, Disney’s Star Wars is in a very different place than where George Lucas left it. Some like the new direction, many others don’t. With Episode IX wrapping up the Skywalker saga, is it time for George Lucas to return and save the franchise?
It’s for another round of stupid Star Wars fan theories! We’re talking Snoke as a Force ghost, babies for Rey, Kylo, Han, and Qi’ra, and more! Strap in: we get stupid on this episode!
One thing we learned from last week’s “Solo” conversation is that there’s a lot of unfinished business with this movie! We pick up where we left off and wonder the obvious question: where does the story go from here??
We’re changing things up! This week’s episode is the first a new weekly format. We kick off our shorter-form shows with a brief look back at the most recent film in the Star Wars franchise, “Solo: A Star Wars Story”. Now that it’s ended its
“The Clone Wars” is coming back! It’s been 10 years since its debut, and it’s time the Council talked about it. The show had some amazing high points, but by the end of its run, were the stories worth telling – and do we need any more?