Star Trek: Generations, A Fans Film Review

For me, Generations wound up being the feel-good film of 1994. While not generally regarded as a great Star Trek film, it was the right story for that point in my life and provided some welcome relief [..]

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Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country, A Fans Film Review

It just so happened that we were studying Hamlet in my English class during my senior year of high school when this, the last Star Trek film to feature the entire original cast, was released. And I’ve always thought that the above quote would have been a perfect presented just after the dedication to Gene Roddenberry [..]

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Star Trek V: The Final Frontier, A Fans Film Review

When first released, The Final Frontier was predicted to be one of the biggest hits of the summer of 1989 and it did have the biggest opening weekend of any Star Trek film up to that time, but it dropped like a stone after that [..]

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Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home, A Fans Film Review

Forever remembered as “the one with the whales”, The Voyage Home became the first Star Trek movie to truly gain mainstream acceptance. Although time has proven The Wrath of Khan to be a more popular film, in the long run, The Voyage Home [..]

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Boldly Writing – A Trek Fan And Fanfiction History

Boldly Writing – A Trek Fan and Fanfiction History 1967 – 1987 by Joan Marie Verba is a quietly wonderful book which will appeal to those with an interest in the roots of fan fiction [..]

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Star Trek III: The Search for Spock – A Fans Film Review

Going to the movies to see The Search for Spock was my reward for passing the fourth grade with a ‘B+’ average. Having seen The Wrath of Khan [..]

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Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan – A Fans Film Review

Star Trek has always had a reputation for tackling head-on issues that we all face that other entertainment franchises offer an escape from [..]

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Star Trek: The Motion Picture – A Fans Film Review

The year was 1979. I was 5 years old, my parents had gotten divorced in June and I had just started Kindergarten feeling lost and confused among all these other strange kids [..]

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Episode Review: Star Trek: DS9 “DUET” by Tracy Gallagher

“DUET” is a Quintessential DS9 issue-oriented episode that is very riveting and brilliantly characterised with some very good performances. The

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Turning about Turnabout Intruder

Turnabout Intruder is apparently, an almost universally hated episode. Ratings were poor, Shatner’s acting is mocked as being campy, it is bashed as…

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