Throughout the vast history of the various audio differences in the many versions of 1977’s original Star Wars, no scene has gone under the radar, been more mysterious and had more subtle changes then the infamous Detention Block Shootout scene! Join us as bravely we listen to 8 incredible different versions of this scene, uncover it’s audio secrets, discuss how it evolved over the decades, what changed and what has stayed the same!
So get out your bass cannon, celebrate the love and listen today!
For 25 years, Star Wars fans have asked one question : why did Luke scream like the Emperor in just the 1997 Special Edition and then it disappeared forever?! In this very important episode of Blast Points, we have the answer to that question and the person responsible is not who you think it is! Join us as we unravel this mystery and discuss some of the other strange audio changes in the Empire Strikes Back Special Edition. PLUS : listener Luke screams AND the big news for our upcoming panel we will a part of at Star Wars Celebration Anaheim! So, fall into a bottomless pit, listen today and celebrate the love!
Did you know that in the summer of 1980 there were three different versions of Empire Strikes Back playing simultaneously each with it’s own unique audio track? Or that the first ESB “special edition” actually came out in June 1980? Our obsession with the weird and ever changing Star Wars saga audio continues this week as we dive into Empire’s various wild sound mixes. Stereo, mono, 70mm, VHS, 97 Special Edition, DVD, Blu Ray… each one was a little different and we can’t stop talking about it! From words that kept appearing and disappearing for 30 years to moments where Williams’ score just vanished, we’re going over it all! So be sure you say thanks to 3PO and celebrate the love with BLAST POINTS!