We look back at 2 well known milestones in Star Wars fan films:
Hardware Wars (1978) and Troops (1997). How do they hold up over time? What makes these movies so memorable? What other movies have stood out in the fan film genre?
On today's episode we are joined by Aaron Lutsch (Loosh? Lootch? Lush?) and Dayo Williams of the Outer Rim Garrison of the 501st Legion to chat about the "Rise of Skywalker" trailer that was released today and then we discuss some of our favorite Halloween movies. Our choices may not be what you expect.
It was a busy week so we decided to talk about what excites us:
- Triple Force Friday
- Star Wars News re: Kevin Feige
- Star Wars comics news
- Outer Rim Rookie charity Challenge Coins - for the BCCHF
- Extraordinary Men of Cosplay Instagram
- Peaky Blinders
- "By Order of the Peaky Blinders" Podcast
- The joker movie and the controversy surrounding it.
**Episode contains course language**
It is the long awaited look back at the 1987 Mel Brooks Sci-fi parody "Spaceballs".
We delve into the memorable characters, hilarious scenes and little known facts about the movie. We also examine, "Does Spaceballs hold up over time?"