I’ve been trying to do this every Wednesday, but unfortunately I wasn’t able to get it done last night. So, I guess I’ll give it a shot tonight and see if I can get back on track with every thing.

Okay, first thing, here’s a awesome looking fan made film called A Light in the Darkness. If you haven’t seen it yet, then you’re a bottom dwelling freak of nature that should be shunned from society. Seriously, you should be caged and have peanuts thrown at you for the rest of your life. I was amazed by the level of quality and detail that was put into this, and also, according to their website, it was an all volunteer cast and crew. I was a little surprised to learn that this was just a finalist in the 2010 Fan Movie Challenge on Atom.com. Finalist? This deserves first place. Below is a trailer for the film. You can see the first episode at their website (www.ALightintheDarknessFilm.com), and also learn more about the project.

I always thought that if I were to try and dress up like a Star Wars character, it would be Lando. I like his style. I guess it’s the cape… I dunno. Unfortunately, I think people would frown on the idea of a white Lando, so maybe I can settle for the next best thing, and that’s smelling like him. I read on Nerdbastards.com that BigBadToyStore.com is offering two Star Wars inspired scents (Slave Leia Perfume, and Eau Lando cologne), each going for $39.99.

Star Wars Scents


Finally, the last thing I’ll post about (because my butt is sore from sitting in this chair all day, and I’m tired), is Star Wars Uncut. It’s a recreation of Star Wars, made by fans using 15 second scenes. I’ve seen a part of it on GeekTyrant.com, and I suggest you check it out (unless you want me to start throwing peanuts at you). You can also find out more about it on their website, www.starwarsuncut.com.

Star Wars UnCut

I know there’s more out there, and, hopefully, someday I’ll have the time to write about it. Anyhow, enjoy and goodnight.

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