This afternoon an email of great import landed in every ThinkGeek monkey's inbox: details on the second movie night arranged to educate our French codemonkey Guillaume on our favoritest geeky movies.
Greetings Fellows and Members,
After polling the quorum and exercising serious debate on the subject, the Royal Guillaume Film Society is pleased to announce its next Feature Film Presentation, to be screened this Friday, April 30, in the year of two thousand and ten.
In its original 1989 Laserdisc Widescreen edit, with thanks to the efforts of Esteemed Society Fellow Willy Yonkers and the Han Shot First Boosters.
In advance of the featured film, we will be screening several amusing short films celebrating this first of the Star Wars films:
Which plays for ten minutes in the manner of an Advert for a parody of the feature.
Which plays for twelve minutes in the manner of the American constabulary documentary "COPS" but set on the fictional planet of Tattooine concurrent to the events of the Film.
ROBOT CHICKEN: STAR WARS
Which plays for one half-hour as a series of sketch acts relating to the feature Film.
The first of which to start promptly at 5:00 P.M., with light Supper and Refreshment served at the second intermission, circa 5:30 P.M.
Twitter friends following @thinkgeek should prepare for infrequent but let us say perhaps hourly tweets on the subject of Star Wars between 5 and 7:30 pm this Friday. Participation is encouraged but not mandatory.
Here's the rundown on the full list of movies we'll eventually show Guillaume, with poll results. Maybe Indiana Jones will be next?