Most Jedi and Sith enjoyed the first-ever Star Wars night at Busch Stadium yesterday, but one woman felt like she was being oppressed by Palpatine's Galactic Empire when she was kicked out of the stadium for wearing a mask. Julie Sweetin, a nurse at a local hospital, spent two hours crafting her St ... More >>
"It is a period of civil war. Rebel spaceships, striking from a hidden base, have won their first victory against the evil Galactic Empire." So begins the famous opening crawl to Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope, the 1977 film that kicked off a universe full of furry dog-beasts, deadly weapons of l ... More >>
Rebuttal: Wesley Crusher
image viaOh, Charlton Heston, why did you have to go and die? The town of Marion, Illinois, needs you! Well, they don't really need you -- their problem isn't gun control -- but they need you to re-enact your greatest film role. No, not Ben Hur, though yes, it would probably be loads of fun t ... More >>
It's the afternoon of May 4, 2010. Or as it's known to Star Wars fans, it's Star Wars Day across America. Seriously. In that spirit, here are five totally awful Star Wars Photoshopped images that are St. Louis-centric. If you've seen the movies (the original three, thank you), you may get inside jok ... More >>
This week's posting of flyers for local shows includes a far-out Star Wars parody and more. Have a flyer you want to see included on this weekly post? Please get in touch! Just make sure it's for a local show.
Christmas through a cracked lens
The blood in horror movies today is deep red, glistening and incomplete without at least a glimpse of dangling intestines. One need look no further than flesh-and-blood St. Louisian James Gunn, director of 2006's Slither, a down-home B-horror-movie, with its severed tongue in cheek. The blood ru ... More >>