Since the news that actress Kelly Marie Tran quit Instagram after months and months of harassment, I’ve struggled with how to approach this. I am a huge fan of Star Wars and I honestly don’t remember a time before my adoration of the series. From playing with Star Wars toys and taking my heroes on […]Read More We Are Our Own Worst Nightmares
My internet completely took a dump pretty much completely after I wrote my Solo: A Star Wars Story review. As such, I was rendered pretty much internet free for nearly all last week. This isn’t necessarily a bad thing but it does make trying to get blog posts up and writing on one’s iPhone (even […]Read More Weekly Reset – 3 June 2018
I liked Solo: A Star Wars Story. In fact, I liked it quite a bit. But regardless of what I and many others have thought of the film. There is no denying that it missed opening weekend projections and compared to other Star Wars films, it opened weak. So, everyone wants to know what happened […]Read More What Happened With Solo: A Star Wars Story?
Here we are less than six months since Star Wars: The Last Jedi stormed box offices and created the largest rift in Star Wars fandom to date. And guess what? Disney has dropped on us another Star Wars film. This one, Solo: A Star Wars Story, is a film that if you look at the […]Read More Solo: A Star Wars Story Review (Non-Spoilers)
There is a saying the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach. While I do like food, this isn’t really the way to endear yourself to me. But if you insist on coming and bearing me gifts (and I do so very much like gifts) then I recommend Star Wars knick knacks. I […]Read More Goodbye Smuggler’s Bounty
It is funny returning to something you haven’t been with in twenty plus years. Many things have changed over that time period. The gap between when I last played LucasArts 1993 FMV rail shooter and now is at least that long. Rebel Assault hasn’t changed a bit but, I have and so has the gaming […]Read More Throwback Thursday – Star Wars: Rebel Assault
Director Stephen Sommers is most well known for the first two of Brendan Fraser’s Mummy films. Those two films are stupid, fun, action adventure movies with a hint of horror in them. Prior to his success with The Mummy though, he brought us the 1998 box office bomb that was Deep Rising. And we should […]Read More Hump Day Horror – Deep Rising