Phantom Menace

The ‘Star Wars’ That I Used to Know

I need to only hear a bar or two of that infernal Gotye song to feel blood slowly trickling out of my ears (Other songs exist! Play them!, but the people over at TeddieFilms have made everything alright by parodying the video from “Somebody That I Used to Know” and the pain that exists in we original trilogy Star Wars fans who have ire — real, organic ire — for George Walton Lucas.

As an added bonus: all of those fanfic writers who can’t stop tap typing their lusty desires to see Lucas slathered in body paint in the absence of a shirt get to relish in the glory of their ship coming in.

Enough of my words. Watch the video, share this article, and let these people ride atop a fire breathing pegasus toward internet stardom!

By the way, I think George Lucas goona sue somebody!

Source: Giant Freaking Robot


To celebrate the release of 3D Star Wars: Phantom Menace, the LEGO corporation, along with certified German LEGO professional Rene Hoffmeister, developed and constructed a way to turn LEGO bricks into music using the basic concept of a barrel organ.

We took the iconic Star Wars Main Theme, rearranged it and translated it into a matrix – the construction blueprint for the organ. Then, we took the four most famous Star Wars worlds – Hoth, Tatooine, Endor and the Death Star – and built them on to the barrel, accordingly to the musical composition. When the organ is turned, the bricks touch mechanical sensors – these strike the keys of a built-in keyboard and play the Star Wars Main Theme


Jake Lloyd- 10 Years after Phantom Menace

Sci Fi, not the channel but the site, has recently done a short interview with Jake Lloyd, the child actor at the time that either destroyed or severely wounded the MOST ANTICIPATED MOVIE OF THE NEW MILLENIUM!!!

Click the link to watch the site exclusive video…He seems to be doing well, but I don’t know how, as he must full well know the downfall of the Immaculate Trilogy, by his hand I believe, and their bastard abortions of prequels….Except “Sith”, it was pretty damn good, kinda made up for the first two.