So Star Trek: Discovery has finally been released into the wild, and we’ve all had a chance to watch the pilot and let it percolate a while. If you haven’t watched it, then go! Go watch it now! There’s only […]
Original Airdate: February 11, 1998. I’ve recently had the time to enjoy some Star Trek: Deep Space Nine reruns on SyFy here in the UK. At present, they’re working their way through Season Six, probably my favourite season of any of the Star […]
Well, we’ve all seen it. What did you think?
In 2011, I married the love of my life – Mr. Picard. No, not that Picard. My parents are long-time Trekkies, though I don’t think I necessarily loved the series in the way they would have preferred. I am much […]
The second, extended trailer for Star Trek Into Darkness. And it’s a million times better than the first, truth be told!
Sci-fi, or science fiction, is not a big fish in French cinema. Although the country produced some critically acclaimed science fiction films such as Jean-Luc Godard’s Alphaville and Bertrand Tavernier’s Death Watch, most of the films shown on the French […]
This magnificent piece of trailer craftsmanship may be over half a decade old, now, but it’s still a brilliant tribute to Star Trek: Deep Space Nine.
In the second of today’s new technology stories, it’s the exciting news that NASA have begun work on warp drive. [quote]Perhaps a Star Trek experience within our lifetime is not such a remote possibility.”[/quote] – Dr. Harold White. It would appear […]
In this week’s Clip of the Week, have a think back to Star Trek: Enterprise – namely the final scenes of Season Three’s Azati Prime. Actually, don’t. Just give it a watch. One of my favourite Trek cliff-hangers. Considering how the season […]
The latest Star Trek fan project that’s causing people to turn their heads and notice is Star Trek: Renegades. It’s the team behind Of Gods and Men, and they’ve just released their second teaser trailer featuring Walter Koenig (Chekov) and Tim Russ […]