The Star Wars franchise has expanded like Stretch Armstrong at the hands of a particularly troubled child with the first anthology movie, Rogue One.
This review of Star Wars: The Force Awakens will be spoiler free, unless you don't even want to know whether it's good or not, in which case, there'll be one big spoiler...
Asking the question that nobody else even dares to consider, Methods Unsound has assembled its crack team of writers to deliberate on the thing we fear the most… what will happen if Star Wars: The Force Awakens turns out to be a big pile of shit?
Here are all the juicy Star Wars: The Force Awakens spoilers taken from the postponed movie novelisation.
It's happening again, just as it did throughout the early to mid-80s and just as it did again in 1999. Star Wars is getting me so feverishly excited about a next instalment in the franchise that I'm about to do a sex wee. Yes, it's their fault and it has nothing to do with me being weak-willed.