The latest articulated figure from EXO-6 is one of their best yet.
Articles by Jeff Bond
The latest museum-quality 12″ figure demands your attention.
A worthwhile addition to your collective.
Stephen Barton and Frederik Wiedmann are raiders of the lost themes.
Round 2 has followed up its excellent shuttle model with one featuring the interior.
EXO meets the challenge of recreating 1970s Shatner… and his hair.
This is likely the finest Spock figure, ever.
This could be their best figure yet.
We have a video preview of Shran, Kruge, and Quark.
The latest 1/6 scale figure perfectly recreates Sulu from “Mirror, Mirror.”
EXo-6’s 12″ figures continue to impress with their level of quality and detail.
Terror must be maintained for your Star Trek collection.
You have until February 4th to pin down this elusive action figure.
New licensor launches a new line of finely detailed 12-inch figures.
Express your inner Cardassian with this die-cast model.
There are three to chose from in the first releases of The Orville Starships Collection.
The future Enterprise from ‘Star Trek: Enterprise’ gets supersized.
Eaglemoss goes big with their ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ line.
You can add a little bling to your Star Trek collection.
Make room on your shelf for Admiral Riker’s ship from the future.
See what it takes to make your own version of Pike’s Enterprise in 1:000 scale.
Veteran character actor Malachi Throne’s death was announced on March 14, 2013. Throne was well-known to Star Trek fans for his role as Commodore Mendez in the two-part episode “The Menagerie,” but he had more connections to Trek and other high-profile genre productions over the course of his lengthy career.
The first season of Star Trek: The Next Generation was just released on Blu-ray. TrekMovie has already reviewed the full set but (like we did with the remastered original Star Trek series), today we begin our reviews of the individual episodes from the series, starting with the two-part pilot "Encounter at Farpoint."
Joel Goldsmith, son of famed film composer Jerry Goldsmith and a talented composer in his own right, died of cancer at the age of 54. Joel was the eldest of six children by Jerry Goldsmith, and he reportedly began assisting his father with electronics in his scores as early as 1976 on the science fiction adventure Logan’s Run.
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.
Fred Steiner, who wrote numerous scores for the original Star Trek series and created the memorable theme music to the Perry Mason TV series and the beloved cartoon series The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle, died of natural causes in Mexico at his home in the Mexican state of Jalisco at the age of 88.
This Friday James Cameron’s sci-fi epic Avatar (featuring Star Trek’s Zoe Saldana), finally hits screens world wide, finishing off a big year for sci-fi movies (including the aforementioned return of Trek). In an extensive review, Jeff Bond takes a look at the much-discussed Avatar and the new state of sci-fi movies.
Our week-long tribute to Star Trek The Motion picture continues today with a 30th Anniversary look at the music of the film. "Music of Star Trek" author Jeff Bond explores Jerry Goldsmith’s memorable (and Oscar-nominated) score, including a look at it’s history and production.
In the 1970s, between the end of Star Trek The Original series and the first Star Trek feature film, Gene Roddenberry developed a number of sci-fi TV pilots, which aired as TV movies, but never made it to series. Now Warner Brothers has made Genesis II and Planet Earth available via their video-on-demand DVD program. See below for our thorough review of both titles.
Today we present our third review of JJ Abrams’ new Star Trek film. This time Geek Monthly Magazine editor-in-chief (and regular TOS-R reviewer for TrekMovie.com) Jeff Bond, shares his thoughts the eleventh Trek feature film. [contains some spoilers]