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March 30, 2017  

2008? Me neither. ...at least, that's what we'd be saying if the resulting Cartoon Network animated series didn't, um... get really good.

Yes, we're covering the 2008 theatrical Clone Wars movie, aka the Thing That Almost Killed Star Wars As a Viable Franchise. Barring the actual Clone Wars series, we get into the nitty gritty of the era of Star Wars between Episodes III and the Disney takeover where George Lucas just sort of gave up. Between the awful pilot being released as a theatrical movie, the Dark Horse comics being subpar, and prospect of any more live action films being made basically dead, it was a dark time.

So grab your lightsabers and lets rip and tear Clone Wars: Hutt Family Reunion!

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March 16, 2017  

Ahead of the Netflix series, we decided to address Justin Simien's debut film Dear White People.

Full disclosure: We are, indeed, two white guys (if you didn't already know), so we can't comment on the film from inside black culture, but we can look at it from the perspective of, well.. white people. (No worries, we love the film, which is why we're giving it the deserved attention).

We also expound on some of the deeper, more universal social issues the film brings up because hey, we have things to say about them too.

So join us for this hidden gem of a film!

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