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I want to take a minute to thank you for posting the release date of “Trekkies” on blu ray. I’ve already pre ordered it. I hope you continue to post future release dates of anything concerning Trek. I love your web site. So much information. I’ve been a Trekkie since 1966, and we know what debuted that year. I’m70 years old and my passion for the Trek franchise has not dwindled. Thank you again.
That’s why we’re here. Thanks for the feedback.
I recently discovered this site, and love what you’re doing during this new age of Trek, and all the active discussions.
A few of my first comments “made the cut,” however a lot of my recent ones have been held back, and I don’t know why. Have I unknowingly gone against any rules? I just read the rules, and still don’t understand why my comments don’t show up anymore at all. Please at least let me know!?! Thank you!
Thanks for letting us know. You didn’t do anything from what I can see, but your comments became flagged as spam. I’ve corrected it.
Thanks so much!
And here we are, almost exactly year later, with the same issue. (Though, you guys just might not have caught it yet, because it happened on a Sunday…)
Can’t seem to find the comments link for this episode. So I’ll leave it here. Hide and seek episode. I wonder if in season 3 we see Picard and Juratiborg unite the Federation to fight off an invasion from species 8472.
Comments on episodes are done along with the episode review. Here is this week’s https://trekmovie.com/2022/04/28/recap-review-star-trek-picard-gets-lost-and-found-in-hide-and-seek/
I was wondering if you had considered creating an account on one of the Mastodon instances to post updates like you have on Twitter? If not, would you object to a bot that read your RSS feed and posted to a Mastodon account?
We have considered Mastadon (and other platforms), but if we were to do it we would prefer to handle it, but thanks for the offer about the bot. For now we continue to focus on Facebook, Instagram and yes, still Twitter.
Hey there! I don’t know if you knew about this already, but I didn’t – a Limited Edition 4K Steelbook of Strange New Worlds Season One just appeared on Blu-ray.com.
Yes we did report on that and hopefully we will do a review when it comes out in May, thanks for the post.
Always enjoy your page and the information provided.
I did want to let you know that there was an important passing this past week of a TOS luminary that appears to be going largely unnoticed.
Gerald Fried passed on 2/24. He was 95 years old. He composed a whole host of movie and TV music including some of the most iconic music from TOS including the fight scene in “Amok Time” and the terrific score for “Shore Leave.” All in all he scpred 5 TOS episodes which also included “The Paradise Syndrome,” “Catspaw,” and “Friday’s Child.”
Anyway, I thought it would be important for him to also be recognized on your site as a lot of folks may not know his name since he was not an actor or producer on the show, but nonetheless made hugely significant contributions in the form of his very unique music for TOS.
I actually met him a few years back as my brother’s father-in-law played in a small music group with Mr. Fried while they were both living in Santa Fe, NM, and I was visiting my brother’s family. He was most gracious and even signed my copy of the TOS soundtrack CD collection that was released by La-La Land records several years back.
I thought I posted this comment already, but I don’t see it now.
In any case, I just wanted to let the site owners know that there was a passing of a TOS luminary recently of one of the original music composer for TOS:
Mr. Fried passed last week just a few days after his 95th birthday.
He composed some of the most memorable and remarkable TOS music including the fight scene from “Amok Time” and the extremely enjoyable music heard in “Shore Leave” that was used in many other episodes that followed (especially the love-themed music). He also scored “Catspaw,” “The Paradise Syndrome,” and “Friday’s Child” all of which, IMHO, are terrific scores that hold up even to this day.
He also worked on many, many more TV shows and movies throughout his long-lasting career and was active up until just a few years ago (to 2016).
I even met him about 6 or 7 years ago at a music event where he used to live in Santa Fe, NM, as he was friends with my brother’s father-in-law at the time. He even signed by La La Land TOS soundtrack CD collection that had been recently released also around that time.
Anyway, I just wanted to let the site know of his passing in the hopes that he might receive the honor of being mentioned here as he was definitely a significant part of TOS even if somewhat unsung/unknown to many ST fans.
Thank you for your comment. As we do with most passings, we make posts on all of our social platforms (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram). Here is the one from Instagram about Fried on the day of his passing. On Twitter we also shared the THR report. Our Twitter feed also shows up on our front page. We don’t always cover passing with a new article, but our hearts go out to his friends and family and we are of course big fans of his work.
I’ve been visiting TrekMovie for years but, man, the comment section has gotten a bit exhausting, There are over 600 comments on the Starfleet Academy announcement and the bulk of them are responses from a handful of people who are often unpleasant and dominate the threads. Unsuspecting visitors to TrekMovie who just want to share their thoughts on a story find themselves having to defend them after positing a comment.
Moderating this stuff is time consuming, I know, but if you get a chance just take a look at the comments for Starfleet Academy to get a sense of what I am referring to.
Thank you for your feedback. The team here do try to focus on creating content in the form of articles, social media, and podcasts so comment moderation is difficult, especially with the volume of it with certain articles as you noted. In general, we take a hands-off approach, but personal attacks and trolling is not okay. We want the TM community to be a welcoming place for discussion. If there are specific problematic comments or commenters for us to look at we will. But please be patient and thank you for participating in the TM community.
Do you think that there is any significance to the fact that Terry and Jeri are the final guests on The Ready Room for Picard? Do you think there is a big announcement coming? Jeri has said in the past that the fans will be happy with where 7 is left.
I appreciate your comment, but this page is for site Feedback. Feel free to add your speculation to any of the PICARD-related article on the site.
Reporting the following comment. It’s really just one of many and was entirely uncalled for.
Yep, it’s gotten cracy around here recently. the inmates are running the asylum. The mods should step in more.
Thanks for the feedback. This has been dealt with.