So, Solo: A Star Wars Story is an amazing movie, but the box office didn’t live up to expectations. So what! We like to roll the dice. Believe it or not, we think there’s a silver lining to this, and we’ll get into it in this episode.
We’re excited to continue our discussion on Solo, and everything about it. Why does this movie work? What does it get right? And, what do worms smell like? Grab your dice and hit the gas! Let’s GO, Warheads! The Star Wars party starts NOW! It’s time for Brews and Blasters.
Brews and Blasters 170: The Dice of Han Solo
Also in this Episode
- More Solo Discussion
- Chris has a new impression.
- Flat-top grills are life-changing.
- Are 4D movies REALLY a good idea?
- David Lynch’s Dune (1984): The Chris Salton Commentary
- How many Gamorrean Guards do you need?
- Jon Kasdan is pretty awesome.
- Paul Rudd doesn’t age.
- Solo’s cinematography is amazing. Bradford Young
- New developments on the bucket
- The awesome posters in the Brewhouse bathroom.
- The Toys that Made Us Season 2 is out and we can’t wait to see it! What do you want to see in season 3?
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Born from the discussions between two friends at a local pub in the historic town of Salem, Massachusetts, Brews and Blasters is your chance to kick back, relax and then enjoy everything about that galaxy far, far away. Your hosts, Chris Salton (founder, The Collectors Hutt) as well as Joe Tavano (founder and editor in chief, RetroZap!) sit down every week to do what would be doing anyway–talk about all things Star Wars, tell some stories, and of course, have a good time.
Join Joe and Chris as they share their love for Star Wars, the most obscure Star Wars characters, Boston’s North Shore, 1980s pop culture and delicious food, and occasionally talk to fascinating people–and friends, like an anthropomorphic packet of crystallized lime.