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!
This week Jason and Gabe go all the way with the insane 1996 Star Wars VCR board game, Star Wars: The Interactive Video Board Game : Assault on the Death Star! A VHS only Star Wars art film where a creepy Vader talks to himself, wanders hallways and says the word “pupil” a lot. Like all Star Wars weirdness, this game has a wild backstory and features the final, expressive performance of David “The Real Darth Vader” Prowse as The Dark Lord of the Sith. It’s a bizarre Star Wars experience and Blast Points is here to help you through it! Plus there’s Solo stuff, singing Hutts, George Lucas late night phone calls, Rebels trailer talk and much more! So grab your pupil, look for a snake in the stars and celebrate the love with BLAST POINTS!