Despite the internet being a very different place now, Homestar Runner should be acknowledged and remembered for the important piece of cultural legacy that it is.
“There’s nothing we can do except actually go outside and enjoy the fresh air.” Brad McChinsley, weather reporter.
It’s a daring and meticulously well-constructed movie that knows when to pay homage to the source material and when to do something totally new.
The trophies themselves are made of solid gold and depict a figure admiring their own reflection in a mirror.
Combining personal experience, academic research, and traditional knowledge, it is a landmark ethnography and one that aims to educate both Secwépemc people and the general public.
The first film in the project is slated for a late 2018 release, allowing a full six months of production.