David Pescovitz at 11:05 am Tue, Jan 8, 2013
David Pescovitz is Boing Boing's co-editor/managing partner. He's also a research director at Institute for the Future. On Instagram, he's @pesco.
TAGS: Funny star wars
Spooky music made by abusing turntables and cutting up and reforming vinyl records
Tetraflex, treat dispensing dog toy
Comscan has detected an energy field :D
They cut the parts where he adds, “What?…What?…What?…OKAYYYY!!!!”
now we need a Lord Vader what what, in the butt
“But Basketball is a peaceful planet.”
Got a laugh after the Leia one. Perfect timing, and they had me waiting for it…
Another good one in the related videos:
Also this: The Vader Sessions. Circa 2006. Its shtick is that it’s Mr. Earl doing the bits, but it’s really a demo reel for a production company.
Basketball is a peaceful planet!
This was funny for about 2 what’s. Then it got boring fast
I dunno, at first I was “kinda cute,” but by the end I was crying with laughter. It’s all in the timing. That and picturing Sebastian Shaw’s face all scrunched up in a querulous old man way inside the helmet.
Made my day.
David Prowse was Vader’s body.
Well, of course he was. But he was never Vader’s face.
This is, in fact, a new theory of Vader’s history. Later in life his disability was misinterpreted as impatience and a lot of people died as a result. It is believed that his lieutenants knew how to set up situations to achieve the required permissions to act without fear of retribution. War is nasty business but federation building brings out the worst in people.
Hmmm, the AAA batteries in Lord Vader’s hearing aid seemed to have died again.
Can’t hear, and someone took James Earl Jones’ balls.
I’d actually watch that movie. Star Wars, not so much.
This makes me wonder what the entire series would be like if you could just hear Vader breathing without any dialogue.
I think it would be awesome if all Vader’s dialogue was cut and he was just the heavy breathing strong silent type, and occasionally choked someone to death!
Reminds me of Reboot’s diner chef, Al
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