For the next two weeks, so from 29/07 till 12/08, Clone Corridor is off to the French Alps! We’ll try our hand at some hiking, take in some of the beautiful mountain air and, let’s face it, talk about Star … Continue reading Clone Corridor is on a Holiday!
It has been waay too long since our last My Star Wars Moment and I’m really happy to present to you a Moment by mes520! I always love our chats on Twitter and you guys should definitely go over there and … Continue reading My Star Wars Moment #8: the Highs and Lows of Being a Star Wars Fan
The characters in the Star Wars Saga hardly ever show their bodies, mostly they keep them hidden under cloth and garment or armour. But when they are exposed it is never just for ‘showing off’ or to appeal to the … Continue reading The Bodies of Star Wars
One of the most fascinating characters in the whole Star Wars saga is, undoubtedly, Sheev Palpatine, also known as Darth Sidious, as played by Ian McDiarmid. In the Original trilogy he was the undoubted villain, the character who had no remorse … Continue reading The Emperor, Palpatine and Darth Sidious: Developing Character over Time
Some time ago I wrote a post about Zam Wessel, one of my favourite female characters to come out of the Star Wars Prequels who is often forgotten about in discussions about Star Wars. Another one of these women who, despite most … Continue reading Star Wars’ Forgotten Women #2: Shmi Skywalker
With Comic-Con well and truly behind us, news has been slower. But there is still plent y of stuff on the Internet to enjoy: Lucasfilm wasn’t happy about Amy Schumer’s Star Wars photoshoot (Comic Book Resources) Did you know you needed … Continue reading Weekly Round-Up
The second teaser for The Force Awakens starts out with Luke recounting how the Force is strong in his family. The first time he utters these words in the Saga however is just after he discloses to Leia why he needs … Continue reading Scene it? – Luke’s surrender on Endor
A while ago I wrote a post that attempted to understand the contents of the original trilogy as a reflection of the real-world events in the late seventies and the early eighties of the last century. Similarly in a second post I tried to look back on the Prequel Trilogy as a reflection of the concurrent world events of the noughties of this century. Now that we are close to the brink of the start of the Sequel Trilogy it is risky but fun to ask ourselves what the current world events, and the way we might expect these events to unfold in the near future, could tell us about the Sequel Trilogy. The exciting thing of course is to try this before seeing Episode VII … so for whatever it is worth; let’s give it a shot. If this post turns out to contain any spoilers … then I am sorry but also terribly proud 🙂
On this weekend’s San Diego Comic Con we were treated to a ‘behind the scenes’ reel about the upcoming film “Star Wars: The Force Awakens”. As in previous marketing statements, this reel too was used by Lucasfilm to underline the … Continue reading SDCC 2015: The Star Wars Reel & a Film maker’s Choice
San Diego Comic-Con 2015 has come and gone and it has been amazing… for the most part. Clone Corridor was started in April of this year not long after the end of SWC: Anaheim and, partly, as a consequence of the … Continue reading SDCC 2015: Why with all the Prequel-Bashing?