Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker – Review

Despite how you feel about either The Force Awakens or The Last Jedi, the culmination of this generation’s Star Wars trilogy feels final. With the whole world on tenterhooks, ready to dive into the story, can J.J. Abram steer the third film into a satisfying conclusion? The Rise of Skywalker follows the tragic events of The Last Jedi. With the First Order storming the galaxy, … Continue reading Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker – Review

Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker – Trailer

It’s that time again where we are utterly excited about a brand new entry in our space opera. After the loss of Luke, The Rise of the Skywalker sees our plucky group of rebels trying to fight the Dark Side once more. With Rey and Kylo battling demons, forced together by whatever is linking them, we’re excited to see them grapple with their inner most … Continue reading Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker – Trailer

Solo: A Star Wars Story – Review

Solo – A Star Wars Story should bear the ‘Alan Smithee’ logo. It is not the sole work of director Ron Howard, who was brought in to rescue the film after directors Phil Lord and Christopher Miller (21 Jump Street) were fired by the producers – to quote a line from the original, ‘this is some rescue!’ Yet his is the name on the end … Continue reading Solo: A Star Wars Story – Review

Star Wars: The Last Jedi – Review (Spoiler Free!)

As the credits of Rian Johnson’s The Last Jedi rolled, I was overwhelmed with so many feelings. It took time to bring together everything I had just seen, and it might be days before I’m done processing it. Overall, I was happy, and had a nice time with my best friends, celebrating a franchise dear to us. But then the most horrifying, dreadful thought loomed over … Continue reading Star Wars: The Last Jedi – Review (Spoiler Free!)

A Film Geek In London: Star Wars Identities

A new exhibition at London’s O2 Arena aims to get you up close and personal with the varied characters from the Star Wars Universe. From the human heroes to the alien creatures and Droids, all are on display at this exhibition with a difference. Rather than just simply displaying props, costumes, concept art and models (which would be impressive enough), Star Wars Identities aims to … Continue reading A Film Geek In London: Star Wars Identities

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story – DVD & Blu-Ray Review

It’s been said a hundred times by now, but it truly is an amazing time to be a Star Wars fan; a new film every year, consistently great TV shows, books and video games, endless amounts of toys and the sheer prospect of this already beloved universe expanding further and further. Audiences were blown away by The Force Awakens, and we wait in anticipation for … Continue reading Rogue One: A Star Wars Story – DVD & Blu-Ray Review