It’s back to school time on the NHC! We grade various aspects of each of the Sequel Trilogy from A to F with the help of our special guest host, Star Wars filmmaker and host of Machtails From the Cantina – Cris Macht!
Thanks to the world of internet leaks, the script and concept art for Colin Trevorrow’s version of Episode IX has gone public! It’s an incredibly different take on how to conclude the Skywalker Saga. With the help of a Screen Rant article (linked below), we break down key script points and tackle the question: was the original idea for the movie better than the one we got?
Episode IX isn’t just the end of the sequel trilogy, but the entire Skywalker saga! Can this movie rise above expectations and deliver a satisfying conclusion – or is it too tall a task for any movie? We ponder the question and try to figure out how it could be done.
Welcome back to Part Two of our fan feedback extravaganza, Nerfherders! Picking right up where we left off (literally), we respond to one of our favorite trolls. Buckle up and get ready to find out all the things you *missed* in “The Force Awakens” and “The Last Jedi”, stupid.
Jon isn’t feeling too jolly this holiday season. He keeps reading rumors about next year’s Star Wars installment and getting really upset. He’s red in the face and his belly shakes like a bowl full of jelly; JT takes on JJ over Episode 9 rumors!
Welcome back, Herd faithful! We wrap up our coverage of ‘The Last Jedi’ on this episode in grand fashion: with a podcaster roundtable! The hosts of Less Than 12 Parsecs and The Blockade Runner join us to discuss the more puzzling aspects of the movie. We talk about all the good stuff: Force ghosts, Resistance bombers, Carrie Poppins, scary Force holes, and more!
Greetings, fellow Herders! On our debut show, we discuss the most obvious topic of all: The Force Awakens! After some brief introductions, we get into our thoughts about the film, the questions it raises, where the story is headed, and some random thoughts as we get pulled off-topic more than once. (Hey, we’re new at this!)