Month: September 2010

  • The Solo Adventures

    One of the best things to come out of this year’s Star Wars Celebration was The Solo Adventures, a short animated film by Daniel L Smith, which took home the award for best animation from the fan film challenge. It’s a great little nostalgia trip with that same Star Wars feel, a spot-on Han Solo […]

  • Star Wars Uncut and Malcolm Sutherland

    Star Wars Uncut is a fascinating project to say the least.  Users claimed 15 second clips of the original film, re-filmed them however they saw fit, and used every bit to create a massive complication.  Apparently, the film is ready to be released, but they’re working through some legal issues before they can unveil the […]

  • I am Finally on Twitter

    I have finally joined the masses on Twitter as MacManX.  I’m actually using it a lot more than I though I would, especially thanks to Socialite, which I was able to score for free from Macheist.  If you’re interested in following me on Twitter, or just looking to add another follower to your list, you […]

  • Review: Pathfinder

    I seldom read and rarely enjoy graphic novel adaptations of movies, but Pathfinder is a visual feast from artist Christopher Shy and writer Laeta Kalogridis that is far superior to the film itself. When director Marcus Nispel contacted artist Christopher Shy and expressed his interest in a film depicting a war between Vikings and Native […]

  • Conan: The Musical

    Because you can’t have just one Arnold Schwarzenegger musical, here’s “Crom!” from Conan the Barbarian.  The 2:10 marker is perhaps the funniest moment in Schwarzenegger musical history.