Posts Tagged ‘Star Wars Uncut’



Star Wars Uncut: Kent Meloy

Casey Pugh | August 17, 2012

Star Wars has long been opined as a continuation of the Western, complete with saloon shootouts, lone/Solo rangers, and bounty hunters. Some have paid homage to this inspiration with cinematic comparisons or reimagined action figures.

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Star Wars Uncut: Malcolm Sutherland

Casey Pugh | July 27, 2012

When Star Wars Uncut was first released I was curious to see if fans could not only recreate Star Wars, but also reimagine it. Just two months after Uncut’s release, Montreal-based animator, Malcolm Sutherland, submitted three scenes that blew everyone away.

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Introducing… Casey Pugh

Casey Pugh | July 26, 2012

Editor’s Note: If you haven’t heard of Star Wars Uncut, you must have just recently discovered the internet (in which case welcome!) but as quick refresher to those of you with internet access and short memories, Star Wars Uncut is a film made up of hundreds of fan-created 15-second segments put together to create a shot-for-shot remake of the original Star Wars film. It’s one of those ideas so brilliant that we here at StarWars.com could only scratch our heads and think “wish we’d thought of that”! But we didn’t: our newest contributor, Casey Pugh, did. Read on to find out a bit more about him and how Uncut grew from a spark of an idea into an internet sensation!

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