FAN FILM - SITH TRADITION (Review)

Sith Tradition dictates that a master must teach his student everything he knows. When the apprentice is ready he must kill him and take his place. In this fanfilm a Sith master tries to teach his apprentice some very deep and well thought out lessons, but then the student makes a common mistake. The outstanding story, spectacular combat and great special effects make this a must-see.

FAN FILM - THE KNIGHT OF REN (Review)

As the name already gives away, the Knight of Ren is about some of the Jedi who split off from the order with Ben Solo. This particular film is set during that time, when some of Luke's other students were still alive. The special effects are quite decent, and the brutality of the fights more than compensate for the bad writing.

FAN FILM - THE GREY (Review)

Students of Full Sail University made a cool contribution to the fanfilm library with The Grey. During the dark times where the Empire reigns, the Jedi Order is all but extinct. One Grey Jedi has survived and keeps pretty much to himself.

FAN FILM - THE TWELVE PARSECS STARE (Review)

The Finnish joined the fan film community with The Twelve Parsecs Stare, an almost completely silent movie about Boba Fett. The music, setting and camera shots compliment the Western genre, and the abundance of aliens and props deliver an unmistakable Star Wars look.

Fan Film - TK-436 (Review)

In the wide supply of fan films about Stormtroopers, TK-436 sets itself apart with unique filmography. Many shots seem to be adaptations of comic-book pages, only lacking thought and text bubbles. This style is enhanced by sub-par special effects and many shots that play with focus, which actually serve it quite well…