A delightfully pulpy title, but is Darth Vader and the Ghost Prison spookily good or horrifically bad? Read the rest of this entry »
Posts Tagged ‘Darth Vader’
Posted by Dave W on April 23, 2013
Posted by geeksyndicate on March 6, 2013
Ever wondered what Darth Vader would have been like raising Princess Leia?
Posted by sarawestrop on February 7, 2013
Even if that drink is a very fancy cocktail complete with tiny umbrella. We would not have pegged Sauron for that! Joining him are Darth Vader and a very camp looking Voldemort are chilling out together after a hard days murder and mayhem. It’s thirsty work trying to crush opposing forces, with really rubbish henchmen. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted by littlewitchuk on October 27, 2012
Christmas is approaching! As a child, I always got a pair of boring slippers as one of my gifts. However, Sears have released some slippers that I wish were around when I was younger - Star Wars slippers.
Posted by littlewitchuk on October 26, 2012
Glasses seem to be synonymous with geeks and for those wanting to achieve that geek chic look, glasses seem to be essential. However if you are a true geek then you need some great glasses to stand out, like these Star Wars glasses. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted by montoc1701 on September 4, 2012
Posted by geeksyndicate on July 10, 2012
Posted by montoc1701 on February 14, 2012
The excellent movie game Scene It? celebrates 10 years with a Star Wars edition.
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Posted by montoc1701 on September 16, 2011
To celebrate the release of Star Wars The Complete Saga on Blu-ray London saw the largest Lightsaber in the world light up.
Posted in Movie News, NEWS | Tagged: Anthony Daniels, Blu-ray Disc, BT Tower, Darth Vader, George Lucas, Jedi, London, Star Wars, Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace, Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope, Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back, Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi | Leave a Comment »
Posted by montoc1701 on July 5, 2011
Millions of years from now, after Socrates, Shakespeare and the Bible are long forgotten, only two great works will remain: the sci-fi cinema epic Star Wars and Adult Swim’s stop-motion animated, cheap gag extravaganza Robot Chicken. And now, for the first time, they come together for the third time, in this all new special. That’s right, all your most beloved Star Wars characters are going back through the comedy meat grinder.
Posted by geeksyndicate on June 23, 2011
To celebrate the release of Robot Chicken Star Wars Episode 3 on July 4th, we have pulled together the top 9 (why is it always top 10?) Star Wars parodies on the web. From Eddie Izzards infamous Death Star canteen scene to Darth, I mean Chad’s foray into Supermarket management, Star Wars always seems ripe for spoofing.
Chad Vader – Day Shift Manager
Darth Vader’s brother Chad Vader rules his empire, the local grocery store, with an iron fist.
Empire State of Mind
Darth Vader has the Empire on his mind. And he is going to sing about it.
Posted by montoc1701 on May 27, 2011
If you have never seen Robot Chicken then shame on you. This sometimes brilliant show has done a few Star Wars themed episodes and this is the latest instalment. It comes out on DVD on July 4th.
Check out the trailer below and enjoy yourself.
Millions of years from now, after Socrates, Shakespeare and the bible are long forgotten, only two great works will remain: the sci-fi cinema epic Star Wars and Adult Swim’s stop-motion animated, cheap gag extravanganza Robot Chicken. And now, for the first time, they come together for the third time, in this all-new special.
That’s right, all your most beloved Star Wars characters are going back through the comedy meat grinder. Watch Darth Vader fall into a toilet, while Emperor Palpatine rides the endless Death Star escalator! See Gary the Stormtrooper’s speederbike test-drive come to a gruesome, Ewok-splattering end! And witness the firepower of Boba Fett’s fully armed and operational T-SHIRT CANNON! Plus much, much more! It’s Robot Chicken Star Wars Episode III. Set your phasers to ”fun”!(Oh wait, wrong franchise.)
Not forgetting the ever-popular DVD extras, this edition is loaded with 3 hours of special features, including: For the Love of Toys Featurette – For the Love of Star Wars Featurette – For the Love of Filmmaking Featurette – Trailers – Skate tour – Sunday in the – Boardroom with George Lucas – SW Celebration Panels – Easter Eggs – Voice Records Featurette – Writing Process Featurette – VFX Featurette – Skywalker Ranch premiere – Deleted Animatics – Chicken Nuggets – Gag Reel – Commentaries
GS Reporter: Montoya
Posted by geeksyndicate on May 23, 2011
Writer: Haden Blackman
Penciller: Rick Leonardi
Inker: Dan Green
Colorist: Wes Dzioba
Cover Artist: Tsuneo Sanda
The final battle with the insurgents brings a resolution to the mystery of Moff Tarkin’s son. Vader resolves the entire mission in a way that only he, the darkest lord of the Sith, can!
* There is only one DARTH VADER!
Available May 25th 2011
I haven’t read the previous 4 issues of this story so I was coming in not knowing much of the set up, Thankful the comic contains a one page catch up that brought me right up to speed. They story is set between Episode III and Episode IV and sees Vader and his troops of the 501st dispatched to a planet to rescue Moff Tarkin’s son, once there they are betrayed by the man they came to save. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted by montoc1701 on April 18, 2011
Greetings all Montoya here.
I know what you are thinking. Arthur is not the type of film that Geek Syndicate would cover but I say nay non believers, for this film does include the Batmobile, Darth Vader and the Deloren from Back to the Future (not to mention the Mystery Machine and the General Lee from Dukes of Hazzard). So I think it can just squeeze in. What I am not going to do is refer in anyway to the original movie as this is it’s own beast. The movie is out on Friday.
Arthur, Russell Brand, is the near Billionaire who spends his days drinking, spending his money and having lots of fun. He is looked after by his nanny played by a amusing Helen Mirren on fine form. Arthur is told to marry Susan, Jenifer Garner, or lose his money. It then becomes complicated when Arthur meets Naomi an aspiring writer. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted by geeksyndicate on February 3, 2011
So far from all the Super Bowl ads I’ve seen this year this one is my favourites! Trying to move things with the force is something I do every day! When I have a kid Iwant him to be just like this one!
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