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Thursday, October 22, 2009

Makazie One

Star Wars Fan Films have, in recent years, become a dime a dozen. Unfortunately, about 99% of them are now pretty much crap. However, every once in a while, one pops up that is an truly excellent production. Like this one, which I stumbled across earlier this evening: Makazie One

Makazie One - Star Wars Fan Film from Clutch on Vimeo.

Set in the Star Wars universe during the time period between Episodes III and IV, an elite soldier has been sent to track down and destroy a known threat to the Empire through intense ground battles and haunting imagery of death that surrounds the environment. The unsuspecting enemy to the new Imperial order has no idea what he is up against when the two finally meet for an action packed surprise ending. (Description from Vimeo)

Jaded now as I am against Star Wars Fan Films, I have to say that I enjoyed Makazie One. Give it a watch, see what you think.

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