Video Demo & Review of Star Trek PADD app for iPad July 13, 2011by Joseph Dickerson , Filed under: History,Review,Trek Franchise,Web , comments closed
On MondayCBS released their new Star Trek PADD device for iPad. The new product has got a lot of buzz in the media with people saying it is an obvious match, but what does the new application actually do and how well does it do it? Well you can find out in the TrekMovie.com video demo and review below.Feature Films (TMP-NEM),Replicas,Review,Toys , comments closed
Used in exasperation (or a half Vulcan. half Romulan approximation) by Saavik and in revelatory assuredness by James T. Kirk, the Wrath of Khan era communicator is now available as a role playing toy from Diamond Select Toys. The Collective column makes it Khan-etic return with a review of the brand new item (including video demo).
Review: QMx Star Trek Movie Phaser Replica June 30, 2011by Jeff Bond , Filed under: Replicas,Review,Star Trek (2009 film) , comments closed
Quantum Mechanix has released their new USS Enterprise Metal-Plated Phaser Replica from the 2009 Star Trek movie. QMx has kept the price affordable on this new replica by focusing on recreating the look and feel of the phasers while leaving the lights and sounds for a future (more expensive) offering. The results are pretty impressive. More details in our review below.Books,Review,TNG , comments closed
TrekMovie continues catching up on recently released Star Trek novels to help with your summer reading list. Today we take a look at "Star Trek: The Next Generation: Indistinguishable from Magic," a new standalone novel from David A. McIntee which reunites engineers LaForge and Scott and brings back some of the concepts (and cast) of the former Starfleet Corps of Engineers eBook series.Books,DS9,ENT,Review,TNG,TOS , comments closed
It is time for TrekMovie to start catching up on some of the latest Star Trek novels. Today we start off with a time travel adventure with Christopher L. Bennett’s "Department of Temporal Investigations: Watching The Clock" which does its best to stitch together many of Star Trek’s temporal anomalies.DS9,Games,Interview,Review , comments closed
Last week TrekMovie reported on E3 first impression of the exciting new video game tied to the new Star Trek movie universe. Gameforge was also at E3 showing off a pre-alpha build of their free to play multiplayer browser game Star Trek: Infinite Space. See below for first impressions, plus exclusive gameplay video and interview with game consultants Mike and Denise Okuda.
E3 Impressions: New “Star Trek” Video Game Looks Amazing June 13, 2011by Anthony Pascale , Filed under: Review,Star Trek (JJverse game) , comments closed
Last week at the E3 show in Los Angeles I had a chance to see a special demo of the upcoming Star Trek game, set in the new movie universe. It has been a long wait for a new Star Trek video game, but this new title was worth the wait. More details and first impressions below.
Review: JJ Abrams Super 8 June 9, 2011by Anthony Pascale , Filed under: Abrams,Review,Super 8 , comments closed
On Friday June 10th JJ Abrams follows up his 2009 Star Trek movie with Super 8. With the help of producer Steven Spielberg, Abrams has returned to his own childhood for a mysterious monster movie, which turns out to be an effective coming-of-age story. Find out more in the TrekMovie.com review. [Some Spoilers Ahead]Poll,Review,Star Trek (2009 film),Star Trek Into Darkness , comments closed
Two years ago today, On May 8, 2009, JJ Abrams’ Star Trek was released, spawning a new era for the franchise Gene Roddenberry created four decades earlier. Today TrekMovie takes a look back, and a look forward. We also have a new poll for you to rank the Star Trek movie vs the other ten Trek features.
TrekInk: Review of Star Trek Infestation #2 + 5-page preview February 22, 2011by Alex Fletcher , Filed under: Comics,Review,TOS , comments closed
The colony is overrun by zombies, Kirk, McCoy, and Spock are on their own with only the robot from "Lost in Space" to help them! Surely George Romero is somewhere to be found! Read on for the review of the second issue of IDW’s Star Trek: Infestation. Plus we have a 5-page preview.
TrekInk: Review of Star Trek Infestation #1 February 11, 2011by Alex Fletcher , Filed under: Comics,Review , comments closed
Stardate 7493.5, Admiral Kirk, Dr. McCoy, and Spock have left the Enterprise to visit the colony world of Calibus VII, where McCoy is to be honored. The world is a virtual paradise, the Enterprise will join them in five days, so what could go wrong? Only an interdimensional infestation of zombies. Read on for the review of the first issue of IDW’s Star Trek: Infestation.
TrekMovie Picks – Best Star Trek Products 2010 January 16, 2011by TrekMovie.com Staff , Filed under: Merchandise,Review,Trek Franchise,TrekMovie.com , comments closed
2011 is here but today TrekMovie begins a look back at 2010 to pick the best of year in terms of Star Trek products, from toys to wearable items, to posters. Check out the winners below.Books,DS9,Review , comments closed
It is time for TrekMovie to catch up on its reading list. This edition of the Library Computer opens up our look at the four book Typhon Pact mini-series which began in late 2010 and continues into 2011. With the first book we start with Julian Bashir discovering that girl trouble is the least of his concerns in David Mack’s “Zero Sum Game”.
TrekInk: Review of Star Trek: Khan Ruling in Hell #3 December 8, 2010by Mark Martinez , Filed under: Comics,Review,TOS , comments closed
While sandstorms scour the surface of Ceti Alpha V, Khan and his peeps move into a lowrise container, meet their new neighbors, and square off against each other in the penultimate issue of Ruling in Hell from IDW Publishing. Spoilers ahead.
TrekInk: Review of Star Trek: Khan Ruling in Hell #2 + 5-page preview November 13, 2010by Mark Martinez , Filed under: Comics,Review,TOS , comments closed
Ceti Alpha V isn’t a paradise anymore and Khan’s new empire begins to unravel. His story continues in the second of four issues of "Star Trek: Khan Ruling in Hell" from IDW Publishing arriving in comic shops this week. Spoilers in our review ahead. Plus we have a 5-page preview.
Review of “The Captains Of The Final Frontier” Bio Documentary November 3, 2010by John Tenuto , Filed under: Celebrity,Review,Star Trek (2009 film),Trek on TV , comments closed
Wednesday night the Bio Channel airs their new Star Trek documentary, The Captains of the Final Frontier. TrekMovie has got an early look, check out the review below. Bio is also planning a full night of Star Trek-related programming, details on that below too.Books,Review,Trek Franchise , comments closed
In this installment, the Library Computer investigates the latest edition to the Star Trek technical guide family, the illustrated Haynes "U.S.S. Enterprise Owners’ Workshop Manual". By the time you study this book, you’ll not only know the difference between a phase inducer and a plasma phase regulator, but you’ll know how to perform preventative and emergency maintenance on both… right?
Thoughts On Creation Chicago Star Trek Convention October 27, 2010by John Tenuto , Filed under: Conventions/Events/Attractions,Review , comments closed
The weekend of October 22-24, Creation Entertainment held an Official Star Trek Convention in Rosemont (near Chicago), Illinois. I was there to speak and to enjoy the festivities, and so I thought I would share my impressions of the weekend. We also have a photo slideshow from the event.Comics,Review,TOS , comments closed
Kirk abandons Khan and IDW Publishing has the story. Veteran Star Trek comics writers Scott and David Tipton begin their tale of Khan’s new empire in the first of four issues arriving in comic shops this week. Spoilers ahead.
TrekInk: Review of Star Trek: Burden of Knowledge #2 September 23, 2010by Alex Fletcher , Filed under: Comics,Review,TOS , comments closed
Stardate 7101.9. The year: 2270. Cliffhangers, lost crewmen who were not actually lost, and memory loss. Whatever the clues mean, it’s time for "The Burden of Knowledge" to be weighed. Read on for the review of the fourth and final issue of IDW’s Star Trek Burden of Knowledge.