Coming Home to Roost: Star Wars 8 is $120 Million Behind Star Wars 7

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
December 24, 2017

“Star Wars: The Last Jedi” has had worse hold than any Star Wars film ever.

Word of mouth, as well as the “okay whatever” last film, appears to have killed it.


School is out, but it didn’t help “The Last Jedi.” The new “Star Wars” movie is running over $120 million behind the last one on a day to day comparison.

On its second Friday in release, “The Force Awakens” logged $49 million for a domestic total of $440 million.

Last night, “The Last Jedi” came in at $24.7 million. The domestic total is $321 million.

That is a YUGE gap.

Mark Hamill said that the only thing that matters to Disney is that the films make money – but at this rate, after the advertising budget, Star Wars 9 is going to barely break even.

Of course, it would have been quite simple to just hire creative people and make good movies. But the Jews were not interested in that. They wanted to shove niggerism and feminism down your throat and to shit on all of your childhood memories.

They also appear to have an agenda to give poor old George a heart attack.

So, to fit that agenda, they had to make an extremely mediocre first film followed by a “please just kill me already” second film.

These ticket sales are not an indictment of Star Wars, which is arguably the most beloved series of films of all time. They are an indictment of the filthy kikes who produced these horrible sequels. They are an indictment of uncreative “I-hate-the-audience” writing and an indictment of the social agenda these films are trying to push.

It’s a sad thing to see, but it is also a good thing. The system is collapsing under it’s own unnatural weight.

Related: Anglin’s Review of Star Wars: The Last Jedi