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FAN FILM FRIDAY: "Star Wars: Revelations" by Shane Felux (2005)

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Gather 'round, children, and ye shall hear the tale of "Star Wars: Revelations," unquestionably the most ambitious, most impressive, highest quality Star Wars Fan Film ever. Also, at three quarters of an hour, one of the longest.

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DRIVE-BY GEEKERY: 30 Rock and Emperor Palpatane

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I think it's over. I think it's officially done. I don't want to be one of those people who just rags on something because it's trendy to do so, but I honestly do feel like there's been a sad decline in the quality of 30 Rock - once my favorite show - since about the middle of last year.

As of this episode, the bloom is officially off the rose, and there's nothing special about it anymore. Anyone wanting a cute, funny MILF-fix would be wise to check out Cougartown.

That said, Cougartown isn't likely to give us any random Star Wars gags, and that's one of the few things 30 Rock still has going for it....

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NEWS: Star Wars Live Action series still on track...

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In a burst of non-news about this project, Steve Sansweet revealed nothing of any import or solidity at DragonCon. In fact this non-news was so uninspiring that it immediately made me long for the long rumored TV revival of Lucan.

Is it just me, or does ANYBODY care about this? The animated projects have been good and enjoyable, but doesn't this just smack of 26 hours of the Star Wars Life Day Special?

Do we have to cover this, or can we sweep it under the "Fantasy" rug? Star Wars really is more sword and sorcery than Science Fiction....

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INTERVIEW: Charlie Starr discusses his Fan Film "Sacrifices," and the Fan Film industry in general

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Fan Films have become a huge cottage industry in the past few years. With hundreds produced in the US and abroad, the quality ranges from cinematic on down to embarrassing, and the writing runs the gamut from hokey-jokey to breathtaking. The rising tide of these, and the emergence of venues like “Youtube,” have produced a flood of amateur production that quickly evolved from illegal copyright-infringing pastiches to semi-officially tolerated large-budget productions cranking out series of episodes.

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