It’s Day 4 of the podcast series that literally everyone is talking about, 7 DAYS OF DENGAR! Today, we welcome our friend Brandon from Talking Bay 94 as he fills us in on evrything about the man who was Dengar, the late great Morris Bush. Who was he, why was he Dengar, how did he know Ringo Starr and what about him on screen in the Darth Vader suit?!? It’s a revealing and action packed episode like only the combined stregth of BLAST POINTS and TALKING BAY 94 can deliver! So go call Harry Nilsson, listen today and celebrate the love!
It’s DAY 3 of the epic podcast event of the century, 7 DAYS OF DENGAR and today we’re talking about Dengar’s “many” appearances on screen. After barely being in Empire and making a shocking cameo in ROTJ, Dengar really got to shine in Clone Wars. What was like that like and how is his armor differnet? And what about the Aftermath books, the comics and seriously what about ROTHGAR DENG? Is Dengar a hero of the Battle of Jakku or is he a plastic sugery nightmare? Listen and find out!!
It’s DAY 2 of our week long 7 Days of Dengar series and you all know we’ve been touched by Dengar, but what about someone who actually touched Dengar? That’s right, today we welcome back our friends, Regal Robot’s Tom Spina and the man who put the scar on Dengar, Nick Maley! Hear Tom identify every single piece of Dengar armor and learn from Nick just what it was like to place that infamous wound on Dengar! You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you’ll stock up on your toilet paper supply! It’s day 2 of 7 Days of Dengar! celebrate the love and listen today!
Star Wars movies contain many rich traditions like operatic storytelling, faster and more intense action, explosions, and gorgeous dialogue free end scenes that soar with music and end the film with an epic exclamation point! Join us as we look at these scenes and rank our own personal top 12 Star Wars cinematic ending scenes! What do we agree on? Where do our opinions split? What’s our different number one picks? Will a Star Wars movie ever end with a blooper reel? So, dance around, give an Ewok an hug and celebrate the love with BLAST POINTS!
We all know Muppets and Star Wars go together like a bowl of peanut butter and M&M’s but how did this all come about? How did the wizardry of George Lucas and the magic of Jim Henson combine and change both of their creations? Join us as we explore the long and connected history of Star Wars and The Muppets and we take a very close look at the time Luke Skywalker and the droids traveled to a “Comedy Variety Show Planet” known as The Muppet Show in search of Chewbacca! PLUS: what does Tony Danza have to do with it and was there ever a George Lucas muppet? It’s time to play the music and it’s time to light the lights! Listen today and celebrate the love with the sensational inspirational celebrational BLAST POINTS!
The new From A Certain Point of View short story anthology for the 40th anniversary of The Empire Strikes Back is here and we’re celebrating the only way we know how with a giant-sized episode where we review ALL 40 STORIES! Join us as we discuss each one and rate them in our scientifically proven scale of WIZARD, POSSIBLY or POODOO. Where do we wildly disagree? What stories made us want to run down the street naked? What stories answered Empire secrets we’ve wondered about for 40 years? Does Veers say “maximum power” or “maximum firepower”? All these burning secrets and more are discussed in this fun filled, action packed episode! So do the Triple Lindy, listen today & celebrate the love!!
It’s Saga Year and this month is all about Alan Arnold’s legendary, amazing and scandalous Empire Strikes Back making of book, Once Upon A Galaxy. Notoriously hard to get a hold of and chock full of juicy stories, this book has a reputation for being one of the best movie making of books ever written and has a legacy still felt today. To celebrate the 40th anniversary of The Empire Strikes Back, we went through the book and picked 40 of the most fascinating and our favorite moments. There’s old ladies on skis, Star Wars mythbusting, cast fights, Gary Kurtz’ record collection, lots of Last Jedi connections and so much more! So, get out your copies of Fitness is Fun and celebrate the love with BLAST POINTS!
This week Jason and Gabe along with our friend Regal Robot’s Tom Spina welcome the legendary creature effects and makeup artist NICK MALEY! Nick worked on some of our favorite cantina aliens but also had A LOT to do with the creation of the original YODA puppets used in Empire Strikes Back. Join us as Nick talks all about his time with YODA on Empire, making the cyclops and beast fro KRULL, working on LIFEFORCE, what he’s up to these days and A LOT more. It’s an inspiring, epic conversation and we were so happy to have Nick with us! So watch out for centipedes and celebrate the love with BLAST POINTS!
We heard what the people want and the people want STAR WARS HATS! When things get serious like this, there is only person we can call and you know it’s our friend and Regal Robot’s own TOM SPINA! Together we all dive head first into the legendary hats of the original trilogy. We’re talking Rebel Blockade Trooper hats, Hoth hats, cantina hats, pointy hats, floppy hats and everything in-between! PLUS : We dive into ancient Star Wars mysteries like Cloud Car Pilots, their hats and the ongoing riddle of Weeba Weeba! It’s an epic episode that’s ahead of all the rest!! So put on your best hat, climb on a Dewback and celebrate the love!
In celebration of the 40th anniversary of The Empire Strikes Back, this week are looking at the cast influence TESB director Irvin Kershner has had on the galaxy far far away. A director who in 1980 seemed to have come from nowhere but had deep connections to the early days of Lucas’ career. What did his unique perspective add to Star Wars? How did his influence almost make Empire get shut down? It’s a fascinating story of a person who’s role in the saga is not talked about enough! So get out that pasta sauce recipe and celebrate the love with BLAST POINTS!