I’m not going to lie: I am a little obsessed with Star Wars. It is the only movie that I can think of that has me glued to the television in the middle of the night, screaming at the top of my lungs, “What is happening?!” I’ve watched every episode and can’t get enough of it.
Star Wars does have a lot of things going for it as a sci-fi movie: It has an amazing story, a big cast, and a really good story engine. But it also has a lot of elements that make it seem like it could completely be a horror movie, which is why it still needs to be adapted into a TV show.
I love Star Wars and I love horror movies. I just don’t think that they should be mixed. I don’t think Star Wars should be the focus of a horror movie. I can understand the horror of an alien attack, but that doesn’t mean that a story that focuses on the idea of a galactic war is going to be a horror film. It’s a war movie, so it should be a war movie, but not a horror movie.
We have to come to our senses here. We should not be doing any sort of adaptation of Star Wars into a horror movie. The movie itself does not have to be adapted. The film does not have to have an entirely new story to tie in to the new film. The movie and the new film are two entirely separate things. The movie is a Star Wars movie. The new film is a Star Wars film. There is no conflict between the two.
I know this is a tough statement to make, but no matter how much you may want to make a horror film, make sure the film is about war as a way of making it more relevant to the movie theater. A war film is not a horror film. A horror film is not a war film. These statements are important because they help us get away from the idea that Star Wars is a “war film.” A horror film is a horror film.
As a movie theater owner myself, I love to get away from the idea that Star Wars is a war movie. I love to think of the Star Wars universe as a peaceful place where everyone is happy, and the film is about the characters doing just that. That is the message we want to convey. By doing so, we are not breaking any rules, or making any statements that may have the unintended consequence of alienating our audience.
All of the films in the Star Wars trilogy are horror films, so as long as we stay true to this idea, I think we’ll be fine. Although I can’t rule out the idea of making our audience feel bad for them, we’ll leave that to the actors, as well as the fans who’ll enjoy watching a Star Wars movie that is dark and scary.
I think we should be on the lookout for any of our films to make everyone’s experience feel bad. For example, if an actor comes out of a Star Wars film and says “I’m sorry, I had no idea what I was doing” that’s a bad sign. Same with the actors in Star Wars: Episode III — Revenge of the Sith. They all had no clue what they were doing.
I feel like there are some movies that are only good for one reason or another. The Star Wars movies are great because they were a fun story that made you laugh, cry, and get emotional. It was all good. The Dark Knight movies are great because the stories were very dark and sad. It was all good.
I feel that there have never been more fun movies about characters who are basically just human with the same problems as anyone else. And they’re not just the actors in the movies. Because there’s a whole bunch of people who are making movies who aren’t as good as the actors in the movies.