Star Wars: Resistance kicked off this weekend with a 33 minute starter episode. Was it what I expected? Let me be brief: it was way better than I expected!
It has been just over a week since Solo – A Star Wars Story hit the theatres. The first two weekends have come to an end and so it seems now is the right time to look at all the … Continue reading Solo – A Spoiler Star Wars review
We’ve had sleepless nights since seeing the last week’s episodes: this week we are saying farewell to Star Wars Rebels! It’s been four amazing years and we can’t believe it’s coming to an end. Tonight’s triple length episode was pure … Continue reading Rebels Review: A Fool’s Hope
What an absolutely breathtaking Episode! ‘A World Between Worlds’ has been a spectacular gift from the storytellers of Star Wars Rebels! Yes, it wasn’t a typo, I said a ‘gift’, because despite a lot of backlash from the internet on … Continue reading Rebels Review: A World Between Worlds
After the dramatic events of last week, how would our Ghost Crew carry on? We find out this week in a spectacular double. The first of which, Wolves and a Door, takes us right unto the edge of our seats. Spoilers!
This episode picks up and processes what happened in the Jedi Night episode on many levels. A beautifully written episode that sets up great excitement for the next upcoming episodes. The review is full of spoilers from the start!
Rebels has started its final half-season. This is a spoiler-review of the first new episode Jedi Night and oh boy what an episode it was. Spoilers from the start!
So the trailer is here and a new actor taking up the Han Solo role is here to. What did the trailer tell us about this next and second anthology film? He’s a pilot! Stupid!
(Spoilers) It is here! The mid-season-4 trailer to tease us for what is going to occur in the final half-season of Star Wars: Rebels. And what a trailer it is! Follow me!
After a rather animated discussion on the Clone Corridor Community thread for TLJ, I was asked to write a piece on my thoughts regarding the film and it’s polarising nature coming from the POV of an EU fan. I’ll start by saying I came out of the cinema feeling odd; not unimpressed exactly, but hurt? Perhaps angry at the liberties taken, and the future taken away from certain characters. I felt like I did for a reason, and it turns out it’s harder to put into words than I thought…