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A New Hope: Abortion Survivor of the Skywalker Family

Growing up, one of my favorite action heroes was Luke Skywalker from the Star Wars series, portrayed by Mark Hamill. This past year, after hearing about Hamill’s dark family secrets, it appears that he has much more in common with his character’s father, Darth Vader, than the hero Luke Skywalker. 1,592 more words

Abortion

The Last Sandman

Well after far more procrastination on the subject matter then I should have done, I have finally seen Star Wars: The Last Jedi , I think the thought of sitting in the cinema for the best part of 3 hours is what probably put me off for so long. 289 more words

Films

Top 10 of 2017: #10 - Star Wars: The Last Jedi

I normally don’t place mainstream franchised films on my top 10; there’s something about them typically that feels oddly staged, overworked, and coldly calculated. Very suitable then that as soon as a highly controversial and fiercely debated franchised film does enter the frame, it jumps straight onto my year’s top 10 – not that I’m placing it there just to be controversial, of course. 384 more words

Film

CANVAS - The Hairy Dog, Derby, 12/01/2018

SUPPORT: Skywalker, Revealer

REVIEW by ZAK SLOMAN

PHOTOS by CORRINE ROWELL

Above the stage of The Hairy Dog, fast becoming the go-to place in Derby to check out some great rock and metal, was a sign saying, “ 578 more words

Rock

#78 The Great Star Wars Prequel Rewrite

https://bryanaiellocom.files.wordpress.com/2018/01/star-wars-prequel-rewrites.mp3

Not long ago I was on the subreddit /r/scifiwriters looking for a writing challenge and stumbled across this post about rewriting the Star Wars prequels. 317 more words

Podcast

SKYWALKER

SKYWALKER (from l-r): Damian Kucera (drums), David Machalicky (guitar/clean vocals), Jay Kutcher (unclean vocals), Tom Rothschild (bass), Pavel Kolar (guitar)

INTERVIEW by ZAK SLOMAN

With heavy riffs, intense breakdowns, tuneful melodies, and the inclusion of honest, intimate lyrics, Czech five-piece Skywalker combine post-hardcore with subtle elements of their pop-punk roots. 1,392 more words

Interviews

QotD: From Nowhere

Saturday Sass!

Anyone else feel it was a bit rich that a farm boy from Tatooine can tell anyone that they are from nowhere?

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