Luke Skywalker does his best flying with R2-D2. Now customers of Japan’s All Nippon Airways can fly with the beloved Star Wars droid, thankfully without taking fire from Imperial tie fighters. On the same day as the second trailer for … Read more ›
Holy crap! The ominous thud of an AT-AT stomping down. Rebel forces firing blasters. Imperial speeder bikes zipping by. Intense dogfights between squadrons of X-wings and TIE fighters filling the skies. Immerse yourself in the epic Star Wars battles you’ve always dreamed of and create new heroic moments of your own in Star Wars Battlefront. Show More Summary
Readers: So, this week is the big Star Wars Celebration in Anaheim, California. I was not able to attend, but I wanted to find some excuse to blog the latest trailer from the upcoming Star Wars Episode 7: The Force Awakens. I found this great infographic that shows the insides of a Star Wars Imperial […]
As the recent Session of the Central Committee, celebrating the victorious 10th ANNIVERSARY OF THE PEOPLE’S WAR, concluded, Peruvian reaction and its master, Imperialism, mainly Yankee imperialism, needs to reinvigorate bureaucratic capitalism, once again restructure the old State, and annihilate the People’s War. Show More Summary
Imperial forces set out to destroy landmark locations in and around Los Angeles in this short clip by Kaipotainment. While the explosion effects are a little cheesy, this movie would be way better than Battle: Los Angeles.
This is a video of Star Wars Imperial forces invading Los Angeles and doing battle near various landmarks. Weird I never heard about it, because I live in LA and I feel like spaceships and AT-ATs blowing shit up everywhere is something you would hear about and/or see for yourself. Show More Summary
The British rare car and motorcycle auction season kicks off this week with H&H Classic Auctions' Imperial War Museum sale where several key lots are expected to provide a litmus test for the elite classic motorcycle market. Some choice...Show More Summary
Imperial forces have invaded all of your favorite LA landmarks. As Star Destroyers swarmed the skies over the Pacific ocean, the US Air Force scrambled fighter jets to intercept, but were no match for the wave of TIE fighters. Reports of AT-AT walkers, and a Sith Lord has been spotted in the hills above Griffith Observatory.
Back when Al Gore invented the internet, it was already essentially a repository for pictures of dinosaur bones and detailed maps of the Star Wars galaxy. With each passing year, users have gotten a little better at acknowledging that...Show More Summary
Freeway overpasses weren't made for this
Filmmaker Kaipo Jones (previously) has created an awesome special effects video of a massive Star Wars Imperial army invading Los Angeles. AT-AT Walkers, TIE Fighters, and Imperial Star Destroyers fly over major landmarks as they blast down military jets and more.
The Imperial Army from "Star Wars" is on the move -- and this time, they're not confined to a galaxy far, far away. In this fan-made video, they're attacking Southern California, hitting landmarks in the Greater Los Angeles Area such...Show More Summary
Call me a blaster-bolt-happy unoriginal action-sequence heathen, but my favorite 20 minutes of Star Wars remains the Imperial invasion of Hoth. Now, imagine if you took the AT-ATs and TIE fighters, and dropped them over Los Angeles instead. Read more...
There has been invasion of otherworldly beings in Southern California, and we aren’t talking about Coachella. Filmmaker/animator Kaipo Jones (the man behind Magneto Cat) has created a new video that shows the Star Wars Imperial Forces attacking Los Angeles. Show More Summary
Imperial forces have descended on Los Angeles in a new Star Wars fan film, the latest clip to make its way online as fans excitedly await the next trailer for The Force Awakens. “Star Wars: Invasion Los Angeles” is the work of filmmaker...Show More Summary
(YouTube link) In 2008, we saw how it would look if the Imperial Fleet from Star Wars invaded San Francisco. Now Kaipotainment shows us what it would look like in Los Angeles. Did you catch all the easter eggs? There are more than 25, which possibly means 26, and are mostly Disney-related. You can find clues in another video. -Thanks, Kaipo!
There's a neat video out that shows Imperial Forces invading Los Angeles and blasting our landmarks. [ more › ]
After battling the U.S.S. Enterprise over San Francisco, the Imperial Forces are now in the process of invading L.A. Obi-Wan Kenobi, you’re our only hope. [Kaipotainment] The post Star Wars: Invasion – Los Angeles [Video] appeared first on Geeks are Sexy Technology News.
Imagine drunk-eating a very spicy burrito and then falling asleep watching some classic Star Wars. That kind of behavior would probably lead to a dream that looks a lot like this video, "Star Wars: Invasion Los Angeles," in which...
The Memorial Chapel, located on the campus of The University of Maryland, played John Williams‘ iconic song “The Imperial March” from Star Wars on the church bells for a geeky April Fool’s Day prank. The original version of “The Imperial March” for comparison: via reddit, Tastefully Offensive