You think you can turn him. Pathetic child. I cannot be betrayed; I cannot be beaten. I see his mind; I see his every intent. Yes… I see him turning the lightsaber to strike true. And now, foolish child, he ignites it and kills his true enemy!

Ahhh yes, Supreme Leader Snoke’s last words. Like Palpatine before him, over confidence was his weakness. Killed by his apprentice like many others before him. And after, perhaps one of the best moments from The Last Jedi. Rey and Kylo teaming up to defeat Snoke’s Praetorian Guards. This is up there with Phantom Menace’s Duel of Fates for one of the best choreographed scenes in Star Wars. But unlike Phantom Menace where we are seeing Jedi and Sith in they’re prime. We’re seeing the raw power of Light and Dark as both Luke and Snoke put it.

But as we wait for the release of Star Wars: The Last Jedi to come to home video, which should be around Easter time. Mr Sunday Movies along with animator John Stratman have created a brilliantly animated 16-Bit retelling of the showdown in Snoke’s Throne Room. Beginning with Kylo Ren bisecting the Supreme Leader to the destruction of the Skywalker Saber all in retro 16-Bit. Down to all the classic bleeps and bloops.


Connor Heggie