Star Trek: The Next Generation – Season Seven – Blu-ray review January 2, 2015by Matt Wright , Filed under: DVD/Blu-ray,TNG Remastered , comments closed
With the release of Season 7 we come to the end of rediscovering The Next Generation in high definition. It has been an amazing two years of releases from the CBS Digital team, lifting the veil of edited on videotape standard definition haze. So this release is bittersweet, a new season to go through is always welcome, but knowing this is the last remastered Trek show for the foreseeable future is saddening. Read on for the full review.Comics,Review,Sci-Fi,TOS , comments closed
The first issue of Star Trek/Planet of the Apes: The Primate Directive will be released this week by IDW Publishing and BOOM! Studios. TrekMovie is pleased to host a review by distinguished science fiction author, editor, and educator Robert J. Sawyer.
TrekInk: Star Trek/Planet of the Apes Christmas Special December 24, 2014by Mark Martinez , Filed under: Comics,TOS , comments closed
IDW Publishing and BOOM! Studios will celebrate the holiday season by releasing the first issue of a five-issue mini-series crossover event featuring Star Trek and Planet of the Apes. While we wait for The Primate Directive #1, please join TrekMovie for a look at Trek and Apes of Christmas Past, Present and Yet to Come.
Holodeck the Halls With These 10 Classic Christmas Episodes December 22, 2014by Jared Whitley , Filed under: List,Trek on TV , comments closed
Christmas is this week, meaning plenty of time with friends and loved ones to binge on episodes of Star Trek. But what might be the most appropriate for the season? Well just as we did for Halloween, we at TrekMovie have got you covered.
UPDATE: More pictures of Blackmarket Bakery’s gingerbread Enterprise!Celebrity,DS9,ENT,Fandom,This Week In Trek,TNG,TOS , comments closed
Love them or not, one can’t deny that Creation Entertainment has built an enduring calendar of annual events. If you’ve never been to a convention put on by Creation, they are indeed a bit different than most pop-culture conventions. The first thing to strike a visitor is that these events are fairly low-key affairs. That’s not to say that they’re not very well attended; there’s a healthy crowd, but it’s not shoulder-to-shoulder, and definitely once you’re past picking up your registration badge, not the typical bumper-car experience. They tightly control the daily number of attendees to make sure that every person at the event can make it into the main session rooms to enjoy the experience.
Just in time for the holidays, IDW’s Star Trek: New Visions photonovel series returns with fan favorite Harry Mudd like you’ve never seen him before. Does the new John Byrne original story, “Made Out of Mudd,” pass muster? Find out with a spoiler-filled review, plus a 7-page preview, after the jump.
Star Trek: The Next Generation – All Good Things – Blu-ray review December 7, 2014by Matt Wright , Filed under: DVD/Blu-ray,TNG Remastered , comments closed
Along with the 6-disc set of the final season of The Next Generation, CBS has released the critically and fan acclaimed series finale ”All Good Things…” in its original 90-minute TV movie form as it aired in 1994 in a special single-disc release. Read on for more on the special features exclusive to the release.
TNG Season 7 Blu-ray – Gag Reel teaser November 24, 2014by Matt Wright , Filed under: DVD/Blu-ray,TNG Remastered , comments closed
Check out a selection of the TNG Season 7 Gag Reel from the upcoming Blu-ray release, thanks to Uproxx, after the break.
TrekInk: Review of Star Trek: Harlan Ellison’s Original The City on the Edge of Forever Teleplay #5 + Preview and More November 19, 2014by Mark Martinez , Filed under: Comics,Review,TOS , comments closed
IDW Publishing’s presentation of Harlan Ellison’s original teleplay comes to a tragic conclusion in The City on the Edge of Forever #5. TrekMovie’s spoiler review and preview follows after the break.Books,History,Merchandise,TOS , comments closed
Author Marc Cushman would like to release the third volume of These Are The Voyages this fall, and he’s turned to Kickstarter to make it happen. More after the jump.
Star Trek Episodes To Help You BOOOOOO-ldly Go This Halloween October 30, 2014by Jared Whitley , Filed under: List,Trek on TV , comments closed
With its mission of portraying a positive, optimistic future for mankind, Star Trek isn’t really known as contributing anything to the horror genre. But this Halloween, you may want to booooo-ldly go with these kind-of horror installments to the franchise.
TrekInk: Star Trek comics coming January 2015 October 22, 2014by Mark Martinez , Filed under: Comics,Star Trek Into Darkness,TOS , comments closed
IDW Publishing will ring in the new year with apes and Klingons, a new five-year mission, and a hardcover edition of Harlan Ellison’s original teleplay for The City on the Edge of Forever. Details and covers after the break.
Full Details On Star Trek: The Next Generation Season 7 & ‘All Good Things’ Blu-rays October 16, 2014by TrekMovie.com Staff , Filed under: DVD/Blu-ray,TNG,TNG Remastered , comments closed
CBS Home Entertainment just released the disc-by-disc details for the seventh and final season of Star Trek: The Next Generation Blu-ray and the "All Good Things" stand-alone Blu-ray, both due in stores in December. See below for all the details, box art and trailers.ENT,Fan Productions , comments closed
A Star Trek new fan film has released its first full trailer. "Star Trek Horizon" takes us to Star Trek: Enterprise’s the 22nd century and the Romulan War. Watch the trailer and learn more about the show below.CBS/Paramount,DS9,ENT,TNG,TOS,Trek Franchise,VOY , comments closed
Today CBS launched a new subscription service which delivers live TV, full seasons of current programming and full seasons of "CBS Classics," including all five live-action Star Trek TV series. More details below.Mission Log Podcast,TNG , comments closed
The 13th episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation gives us two Spiners for the price of one, with Data’s rascally twin Lore being introduced. Listen to the Mission Log gang discuss "Datalore" in the latest podcast below.
Berman Refutes Sirtis Assertion That Roddenberry ‘Hated’ Star Trek: Deep Space Nine October 13, 2014by Adam Cohen , Filed under: DS9,History,TNG , comments closed
Over the weekend TrekMovie reported on the Star Trek: TNG reunion event at NYCC, which included a comment from Marina Sirtis about how Gene Roddenberry would have felt about Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. Today DS9 co-creator Rick Berman responded to Sirtis’ assertion. More details below.
NYCC VIDEO: Watch Star Trek: TNG Stars Talk 2016 Movie Cameos + Trek After Roddenberry’s Death + More October 11, 2014by Adam Cohen , Filed under: Celebrity,Conventions/Events/Attractions,Star Trek Beyond,TNG , comments closed
This weekend New York Comic Con has returned to The Big Apple with another Star Trek: TNG reunion as part of the festivities for Friday night. TrekMovie was there to bring you video highlights from the event, including the stars talking about cameos for the 2016 Star Trek movie, discussing Trek pre and post-death of creator Gene Roddenberry and Patrick Stewart even demonstrated his (bad) French accent. Get the details and watch the video clips below.Celebrity,Science/Technology,TOS , comments closed
Star Trek is once again intersection with NASA and the real space program. This time Nichelle Nichols has narrated a new video introducing the Orion spacecraft, which is just getting ready to launch its first space test. Watch it below.Editorial,Trek Franchise,Trek on TV , comments closed
Earlier this week , the fabulous genre website, io9.com, ran an article I wrote regarding how Paramount is missing out on a unique opportunity to develop Star Trek as a blockbuster multi-media property. After reading the article, your jocular webmaster Anthony Pascale, reached out to me and discussed expanding my article (or, as Charles Foster Kane might say, Declaration of Principals) for the Trek Movie audience with some additional and more Trek-specific thoughts to help facilitate a continued debate on the future of the Star Trek universe. As such, I hope you’ll find the revised, expanded, director’s cut version of my article (ne: manifesto) thought-provoking and worthy of further discussion as what I’m sure will be the first of many opinion pieces on how the studio should be treating the franchise as we approach its 50th anniversary in 2016. Now onwards, first star to the right and straight on till morning…