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

Leia

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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