Posts Tagged ‘George Lucas’

Remote Viewing Podcast: Episode #26

Matt’s workload on the latest hollywood blockbuster has taken it’s toll and he’s had to step away from the Remote Viewing mic for a couple of weeks, so filling in this week we welcome back Zak and his movie filled brain. Elroy and Fiona finally get to discuss their opposing views on Cowboys and Aliens. […]

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Remote Viewing Podcast: Episode #06

It was a horror week for Australian cinema, Fiona hired a couple of horror dvds, Elroy was horrified by Red Riding Hood, and Matt let the side down by watching nothing but cooking shows. The highlight of the recording session for episode #06 were the scrumptious and overly indulgent cookies being baked by Matt’s partner […]

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Robot Chicken: Star Wars DVD

Having grown up during the time before the STAR WARS franchise dissolved into one of the most atrocious, half-assed, soulless, creatively devoid, childhood memory-raping, merchandise driven, money making exercises ever witnessed by mankind, the more astute of you may have picked up upon the hint of bitterness which creeps into my posts, whenever the subject […]

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Star Wars: The Clone Wars

If there’s one positive thing that can be said about George Lucas, it’s that he has managed to change the face of both film-making and the way we watch (particularly, listen to) movies. He’s at the forefront of the digital revolution of movie production and is constantly pushing forth in new directions when it comes […]

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Movie: Welcome Back Doctor Jones

Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, regardless of what you may have heard, is an Indiana Jones movie through and through – I’d even go as far as to defy all the internet gods and place it an equal second along side the third instalment, The Last Crusade. Yeah, that’s right! You […]

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Sith and the Star Wars

Sitting down to review a film like Revenge of the Sith is an unusual task… This movie is part of a greater story, however unlike reviewing something like, say, Matrix Reloaded, which we all knew was part 2 of a three part story, Revenge of the Sith is part three of a nine part story… […]

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