Wednesday, December 20, 2017

Star Trek Family

Gabriel Lorca is played by Jason Isaacs who stars in CBS latest prequel Star Trek universe - 10 years before Captain Kirk. Here's a great shot of Isaac's family smiling for London's 61st London Film Premiere.

Jason with wife and daughters. Ruby, lily and Emma

 Holding Star Trek: The Original Series in remarkably high esteem, Jason Isaacs' initial reaction to being asked to appear in Star Trek: Discovery was to turn down the offer, adamant that he didn't want to participate in a horribly diluted version of the series that he respected so much.

"But then," he continued, "I set up a Skype, a slightly reluctant Skype, with these guys, and they had a great story to tell. They had a great character to play. And so, I shrugged off any of the yolk of the past and just jumped in to play this, to do this story."

So, all I meant was that I don't think about any of that stuff, because I couldn't go to work if I felt like the ghost of Bill Shatner and Patrick Stewart were breathing down my costume (laughter), and that there were 20 million people watching to see whether I cross my legs or press the left button or the right button.

Family is special. What are you doing this Christmas? Heres Wil Wheaton aka Wesley Crusher four days ago at a Star Wars movie!

“I loved #TheLastJedi!,” Wheaton tweeted out after the premiere. “It hit all the right notes for me, and seeing it in the Chinese Theater, surrounded by my fellow nerds was glorious. The Force was with us.
“Oh, and I went in costume for the first time ever, because I am a damn adult and I get to decide what that means.”

Have you seen Star Wars the Last Jedi? Were you one of Jedi or the Sith? Did you wear your uniform? Spot any Trekkies hiding in the audience wearing a Starfleet uniform? Star Trek TNG Star Wil Wheaton did!

Live Long and Merry Christmas everyone

Wednesday, December 13, 2017

Quentin Tarantino's Star Trek Cool

Quentin Tarantino and J.J.Abrams met to consider the storyline for Star Trek XIV. Apparently Mark L. Smith, Lindsey Beer, and Drew Pearce are in running to write the next Star Trek movie. Now with declining box office returns Star Trek definitely needs more cool.

Mindful of this, J.J. Abrams and Paramount have agreed to Quentin Tarantino's viewpoint that the film be R-rated which the Pulp Fiction director pitched to them. So trekkers get set for plenty of excitement because coolness and R-rated films are Quentin Tarantino speciality! So how can the maestro of R rated films make Star Trek cool? Grittier action scenes which are fun to watch but Deadline and Screenrant have exclusives.

Cool long and Prosper, trekkers

Monday, December 04, 2017


Star Trek: Discovery is be distributed almost everywhere in the world on Netflix, except for the US where it will be available on CBS All Access. The series is being broadcast by CBS Studios International on Netflix in 188 countries and in Canada on Bell Media's Space channel and OTT service CraveTV.

CBS have released a trailer for episode 10 of Discovery, "Despite Yourself," to get us excited for the series return, in January! So now heres the USS Discovery lost in space.....

STAR TREK: DISCOVERY’s cast includes Sonequa Martin-Green, Doug Jones, Jason Isaacs, Anthony Rapp, Michelle Yeoh, Shazad Latif, Mary Wiseman, Mary Chieffo, James Frain....

All the wreckage apparently has something to offer, as they send a little workbee off to do something in it.

Showrunners Gretchen Berg and Aaron Harberts spoke to Indie Wire about many aspects of the series, including hinting at things to come. Berg acknowledged

the war will continue in Chapter 2. It’ll be in there for sure. The Klingon war is this crisis where Burnham was there when it set off and she feels responsible for setting off. That is her arc for Season 1, and that is what will be paying off by the end of the season.

But Harberts had more to add:
...the war is always alive and always a motivator, but we also really wanted to try to tell some stories that stop down from the war. And I think that Chapter 2 will open in a place where as much as the war is weighing on our characters’ minds, they’ve got a bigger problem to solve.

So trekkers, set your phasers on stun because next January we'll soon be warping ahead... lost in space..... Stay tuned for more Star Trek: Discovery news right here at Star Trek Space!!!

Live Long and Prosper!

Monday, November 27, 2017


Stephen Harrison stopped by today and figured we'd like his article because of the Star Trek connection. Hes a technology transaction attorney and trekker, yessss! another one! Heres what he wrote for us


"The homage to "Star Trek" is well-deserved
You don’t have to be at all familiar with “Star Trek” to recognize "computer" as the right choice. But the Trek connection only sweetens the deal.
“Star Trek” televised the first interracial kiss. It inspired a generation of scientists. There are female “Trek” captains and admirals. The show predicted technology such as tablet computers, 3-D printing, sliding doors and holograms. As Stephen Poe has written, “The fact is, never in the history of any entertainment medium has there ever been a story, an idea, a situation, a set of characters, or a theme that has approached the magnitude or impact of ‘Star Trek."


Curiously female AI "assistants" seem to reinforce the stereotype of women as subservients, Alexa, Cortana and Siri in Stephen's article but what I wonder.....

What would Space Odyssey's Hal9000 or Star Trek's Nomad have said to the Cortana A I in person I wonder?

Live Long and Prosper!

Monday, November 20, 2017

Star Trek Discovery - Into The Forest

Are you thrilled about the universe of Star Trek Discovery episodes streaming into your living room recently? Did you take the plunge for CBS All Access or sign up for Netflix direct digital?

 Star Trek: Discovery S01E09 aired on CBS on 12th November 2017. That episode was the season 1 mid-finale and left viewers in quite the  suspense.

 In this video, we take a look at the ending of episode 9." Into the Forest I Go." The 2nd chapter is expected to air from 7th January 2018.

Live Long and Prosper

Monday, November 13, 2017

REMAKES BLOGFEST - 'Star Trek Classic Series Vs Star Trek 2009'

The time to write about our favorite  MOVIES - MUSIC or BOOKS for the Remakes Blogfest is here. We're all got them haven't we? Hosted by Alex J. Cavanaugh and Heather M. Gardner. Here is my Remakes Sci Fi Movie selection for Alex's and Heather's Blogfest!

In the beginning, Gene Roddenberry created Star Trek for life forms across galaxy to enjoy. Today the epic saga continues for countless Earthers on our happy blue ball far and beyond.

 The most famous starship USS Enterprise NCC 1701 became a marvel of science fiction when Captain James T Kirk took command. No-one expected the compadres Kirk, Spock and Dr McCoy to hit it off during their 3 year mission but they did.


Humans and Aliens worked together using futuristic technology. Logic, enthusiastic acting and goofing off behind the camera produced characters and stories rooted in trust filmed in a family atmosphere.

Uhura kept Starfleet hailing frequencies open. Star Trek's science, conflicted characters and spacebabes worked wonders on young audiences, in particular and many came back for lots more sexy teasers. Star Trek represented true hope and service to humanity, so much was right about it.

J.J. abrams rocketing reboot of the franchise with new concepts, two Spocks - one a little more rock n' roll than the other....

speed races and fist fights surprised the heck out of most fans. Gavin Vigor pointed out: How come the planet Spock was on wasn't also destroyed by the black hole affects?

So yes, we know Vulcan turned into a dust bowl and Romulus was engulfed by a supernova. The villain, Nero wanted revenge for the destruction of Romulus, so he used a micro-singularity within Spock's planet to punish him because the Vulcan's "red matter" blackhole plan failed!

 At the time jazzed trekkers had huge expectations for Star Trek - "The Future Begins". Isn't it fun watching Kirk (JR) drive the 1965 Stingray Corvette into a massive abyss?

Star Trek 2009 was a box office hit for 385.7 million reasons with Kirk talking sexy to Uhura at Bar Fights, but hey! Kirks the underdog - he's not the captain yet! So he gets his butt whooped over code cracker, Nyota Uhura - Theres such a touching sense of family here which evolves during this rapid fire, two hour long reboot origin story....


The new timeline has many wondrous aspects to it, implications, opportunities for the writers and even dangers from Kirk trying to hit on Uhura, the barfight, the Kobayashi Maru Test, Spock (JR) losing his emotional cool and sticking it to his Vulcan Science Academy Elders.


"You have done well Spock despite your disadvantage" The movie is loaded with plenty of action packed entertainment.

Chris Hemsworth stars as George Samuel Kirk in a final countdown with Romulan planet destroyer, Nero played by Eric Bana at the start. Meanwhile the USS Kelvin has big problems but George stuck to his guns and fair ball to him.

I mean the guy goes down with the ship and he's only Captain for a day. You gotta love Abrams movie style because he doesn't rip off Star Trek's Classic Series but reinvents the timeline with a classy prequel. I recommend watching Star Trek 2009 because its fun and the movie flies by in a flash.  You'll have to watch closely now or else you might miss that tribble!


What did you like about Star Trek 2009 - The Future Begins? Whats your favorite character moment? Are you looking forward to Chris Hemsworth starring in Star Trek 2014? What character do you believe he will play? Are you a fan of timetravel? Did Studio producers really scrap a 1965 Stingray Corvette to make this movie?

Live Long and Prosper!

Monday, November 06, 2017


  Star Trek "Si Vis Pacem, Para Bellum" streams at 8.30 PM ET/5.30PM CBS kickoff with CBS.


If you've got Netflix just tune in and enjoy the show. The coolest part has to be the Klingon subtitles so theres no second guessing when the "bad guys" show up.

So whats going on for this weeks adventure?  Well this episode features the USS Discovery NCC 1031 under fire.


My whole life I've never known a moment without fear, not one moment until now, ruminates Saru.


 Fear and tensions are escalating throughout the ship. Why? I'm not going to ruin the excitement but Captain Lorca's reaction clearly indicates a tragedy has occurred, so watch the video...... Heres the synopsis,...


The USS Discovery  is tasked with a high priority visit to the planet Pahvo and learns the science behind the Klingons Top Secret cloaking technology? However all is not what it seems when the landing party meet a not so friendly lifeform.


 How satisfied will Starfleet be with Lorca's starship discovery latest mission? You decide!

Live long and Prosper.

Monday, October 30, 2017

Top 20 Beautiful Women to appear on Star Trek

Star Treks women are smoking hot in these amazing costumes. The shows creator Gene Roddenberry had a clever plan to expand our hearts.. He loaded Star Trek with bombshells used at conventions with lots of sexy women primarily the guest stars, playing extras or principal characters.

  Vina is the Original "space girl" who teased us with an Orion love affair. Terry Farrell is the smart, sexy and confident Jadzia Dax. Shes got enough sextime outfits to strike any geek down in her sassy dresses. The most famous, Nyota Uhura, (Zoe Saldana) is one fine lovely lassie. All hands now, no peeking - hehe.

Droxine (Diana Ewing) There's a reason Mr Spock called her a "work of art." Kamala bond girl (Famke Janssen) Captain Picard fell for her. Hard. It's easy to see why. Too bad she was already pledged to be married. Talk about star-crossed lovers and she starred in only one episode of TNG! One! Yes, Seven of Nine, my boyhood favorite - Jeri Ryan  with her hot plump lips. Her impressive body barely fit into that skin tight Starfleet uniform, now why did the studio do that I wonder, hmmm? Do you agree with Switchdoctors discoveries?

So how about these space girls?

Sonequa Martin-Green aka Michael Burnham
Mary Wiseman
Michelle Yeoh
Rekha Sharma
Clare McConnell
Mary Chieffo
Emily Coutts

Do you  agree or disagree
Live Long and Prosper.

Monday, October 16, 2017


Brian Fullers and Alex Kurtzmans Star Trek Discovery series based on Gene Roddenberry's success is now hitting TV screens across the world. CBS President Marc DeBevoise announced in New York on October 3rd that Star Trek Discovery is boldly making new record highs for the Television Network's streaming service.

“The build up to the show’s premiere led us to a record-setting month, week and ultimately day of sign-ups. The second week of the series has also exceeded our expectations and is a credit to the brilliant and dedicated work of the show’s entire creative team and cast. We can’t wait for fans to see what comes next for the U.S.S. Discovery and its crew.”

Nichelle Nichols and Sonequa Martin Green

Simply magnificent. Heres Nichelle Nichols looking radiant (USS Enterprise, Uhura) as the first lady of Star Trek smiling with Sonequa Martin Green (USS Discovery, Michael Burnham) 51 years later after the classic Star Trek show aired on NBC. How does she keep doing it?

Nichelle spoke with Martin Luther King and "Sucker" for Star Trek, Barack Obama at the White house during his presidency on the 29th Feb 2012.

 She tweeted this image for Fans to enjoy from all walks of life. The reason Star Trek has endured is because of the stories and characters, long may it continue.

@NichelleIsUhura told me 'It's yours now. Enjoy the ride.' @SonequaMG at the #StarTrekDiscovery world premiere.

Barrack Obama and Nichelle Nichols
Its a thrill watching characters like Captain Philippa Georgiou, Captain Lorcan, Michael Burnham, and Uhura or any ethnic bunch of creative people in Science Fiction boldly going forward with grit and determination to solve problems and succeed.

The result? Now we have a new Star Trek TV show streaming worldwide. But you can't please everyone. Below you'll find Several Star Trek trailers to play inside the USA and others will play outside the USA. The rest are International trailers for you to enjoy. So you won't be disappointed. Apparently, lots of viewers are signing up for the CBS streaming channel! Star Trek lives!

 What do you believe are William Shatner's 1 in 10 chances at resurrecting Prime universe Captain James T. Kirk in Discovery's timeline?   10 = Yes,  or   1= No chance

What say you? yeah you!
You're a trekker aren't ya or are you a trekkie? These aren't dirty words, speak up, you're normal right? so be heard! President Obama considered himself a trekker, so don't worry its cool to be a trekker just like normal people.

Live Long and Prosper






Heres a trailer for the 5th Star Trek Disc episode "Choose Your Pain" Oh No, Captain Lorca gets kidnapped! Unfortunately, our Discovery captain becomes the latest torture chamber victim caged behind a forcefield. Yeesh, what Dr Voodoo doing with his eyelids, eh? Its great sci-fi drama, to be sure. 

Meanwhile, another life form looks extremely tormented. Is the creature a monster or can he talk? Low and behold, who does Captain Lorca run into but charming slippery con-artist Harry Mudd!! Will the creatures sacrifice turn Mudd and Lorca against each other or force them to collaborate?

Can Mudd's misbehaving ill deeds help this two plot their escape, now the game is afoot!

 I'm not going to spoil the fun on you, so sit back geek out and enjoy the ride. have you decided yet, CBS or Netflix? - You can check out the vids below, along with the link to CBS Star Trek Discovery website which has all the latest about this week's newly released episode, and other updates about the series.

San Diego Comic-Con – Official Trailer – July 2017


CBS “Network Upfront” – First Look Trailer – May 2017 (USA) 






Comic-Con “First Look” Teaser – July 2016 (Inside USA)

CBS NEW ADVENTURE  Announcement Teaser – May 2016

Monday, October 02, 2017

Top 250 Greatest Sci-Fi Movies of all Time

Heres a Sci-Fi Movie list from giving us the "Greatest Science Fiction Movies of all Time." Now you can vote up your favorite SF movies. Check out the distant future of aliens, clones, robots, machines, and science tackling real mysteries in our time.

I love the whole concept of teleportation and good villains are so hard to come by- but hey, don't forget the mad scientist - often overlooked in modern Science Fiction like 2017's Wonder Woman but then you decide! At least 1978's Superman is on the list ranked at 74 but seriously shouldn't he be flying?

Live Long and Prosper, trekkers and sci-fi addicts!

Wednesday, September 27, 2017

Top 100 Sci-Fi Movies of all times list

Heres a Top Sci-Fi list from Do you agree with the structure of this Sci Fi List? At No 1 Star Wars rules the Galaxy over Star Trek's Wrath of Khan trailing at No 17.  Great grief, it doesn't seem right..... yet Science Fiction is the supreme addiction... isn't it? you just can't get away from all this hyperspace and warpspeed. Can you?

A Century of Sci-Fi

Live long and prosper, Trekkers and Sci-Fi addicts!

Rank. Movie. Year. Director. Actors
1) Star Wars Episode V  The Empire Strikes Back: 1980/ Irvin Kershner
Harrison Ford, Carrie Fisher, Mark Hamill
2) Star Wars Episode IV A New Hope: 1977/George Lucas
Harrison Ford, Carrie Fisher, Mark Hamill
3) Alien 1979
Sigourney Weaver, John Hurt, Ian Holm
4) The Matrix: 1999/Lana Wachowski, Lilly Wachowski
Keanu Reeves, Hugo Weaving, Carrie-Anne Moss
5) Terminator 2: Judgment Day 1991
Arnold Schwarzenegger, Edward Furlong, Linda Hamilton
6) Blade Runner : 1982/Ridley Scott
Harrison Ford, Daryl Hannah, Sean Young
7) Back to the Future : 1985/Robert Zemeckis
Michael J. Fox, Christopher Lloyd, Lea Thompson
8) Return of the Jedi: 1983/Richard Marquand
Harrison Ford, Carrie Fisher, Mark Hamill
9) The Terminator: 1984/James Cameron
Arnold Schwarzenegger, Bill Paxton, Linda Hamilton
10) Aliens: 1986/ James Cameron
Sigourney Weaver, Bill Paxton, Michael Biehn
11) 2001: A Space Odyssey: 1968/Stanley Kubrick
Arthur C. Clarke, Leonard Rossiter, Ed Bishop
12) Jurassic Park: 1993/Steven Spielberg
Samuel L. Jackson, Jeff Goldblum, Richard Attenborough
13) The Fifth Element: 1997/Luc Besson
Milla Jovovich, Bruce Willis, Gary Oldman
14) E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial: 1982/Steven Spielberg
Drew Barrymore, Erika Eleniak, Debra Winger
15) Close Encounters of the Third Kind: 1997/Steven Spielberg
Richard Dreyfuss, Teri Garr, Carl Weathers
16) Total Recall: 1990/Paul Verhoeven
Arnold Schwarzenegger, Sharon Stone, Michael Ironside
17) Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan: 1982/Nicholas Meyer
Kirstie Alley, William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy
18) Planet of the Apes: 1968/Franklin J. Schaffner
Charlton Heston, Linda Harrison, James Whitmore
19) Predator: 1987/John McTiernan
Arnold Schwarzenegger, Jesse Ventura, Carl Weathers
20) Ghostbusters : 1984/Ivan Reitman
Bill Murray, Sigourney Weaver, Dan Aykroyd
21) Inception : 2010/Christopher Nolan
Leonardo DiCaprio, Tom Hardy, Marion Cotillard
22) Star Trek : 2009/J.J. Abrams
Zoe Saldana, Jennifer Morrison, Winona Ryder
23) Independence Day : 1996/Roland Emmerich
Will Smith, Jeff Goldblum, Vivica A. Fox
24) 12 Monkeys : 1995/Terry Gilliam
Brad Pitt, Bruce Willis, Christopher Plummer
25) Stargate 1994/Roland Emmerich
Kurt Russell, James Spader, Djimon Hounsou
26) Guardians of the Galaxy : 2014/James Gunn
Zoe Saldana, Bradley Cooper, Karen Gillan
27) Back to the Future Part II : 1989/Robert Zemeckis
Clint Eastwood, Michael J. Fox, Elisabeth Shue
28) The Thing : 1982/John Carpenter
Kurt Russell, Keith David, John Carpenter
29) Minority Report : 2002/Steven Spielberg
Cameron Diaz, Tom Cruise, Colin Farrell
30) WALL-E : 2008/Andrew Stanton
Sigourney Weaver, Laraine Newman, Kathy Najimy
31) Avatar : 2009/James Cameron
Zoe Saldana, Sigourney Weaver, Michelle Rodriguez
32) Men in Black : 1997/Barry Sonnenfeld
Will Smith, Sylvester Stallone, Steven Spielberg
33) Serenity : 2005/Joss Whedon
Summer Glau, Morena Baccarin, Nathan Fillion
34) Starship Troopers : 1997/Paul Verhoeven
Neil Patrick Harris, Denise Richards, Amy Smart
35) District 9 : 2009/Neill Blomkamp
Sharlto Copley, Jed Brophy, Vanessa Haywood
36) RoboCop : 1987/Paul Verhoeven
Alex Van Halen, Peter Weller, Leeza Gibbons
37) Mad Max 2 : 1981/George Miller
Mel Gibson, Bruce Spence, Vernon Wells
38) Galaxy Quest : 1999/Dean Parisot
Sigourney Weaver, Alan Rickman, Tim Allen
39) The Day the Earth Stood Still : 1951/Robert Wise
Patricia Neal, Michael Rennie, Frances Bavier
40) The Time Machine : 1960/George Pal
Yvette Mimieux, Rod Taylor, Alan Young
41) The Abyss : 1989/James Cameron
Ed Harris, Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio, Chris Elliott
42) Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade: 1989/Steven Spielberg
Harrison Ford, Sean Connery, River Phoenix
43) Contact: 1997/Robert Zemeckis
Matthew McConaughey, Jodie Foster, Jay Leno
44) Spaceballs : 1987/Mel Brooks
Joan Rivers, John Hurt, Mel Brooks
45) A Clockwork Orange: 1971/Stanley Kubrick
Malcolm McDowell, Warren Clarke, Steven Berkoff
46) Apollo 13 : 1995/Ron Howard
Tom Hanks, Bryce Dallas Howard, Ed Harris
47) I, Robot: 2004/Alex Proyas
Will Smith, Shia LaBeouf, Bridget Moynahan
48) Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home: 1986/Leonard Nimoy
William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy, Nichelle Nichols
49) Mad Max: 1979/George Miller
Mel Gibson, Hugh Keays-Byrne, Steve Bisley
50) Tron: 1982/Steven Lisberger
Jeff Bridges, David Warner, Michael Dudikoff
51) Dune: 1984/David Lynch
Sting, Patrick Stewart
52) Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith : 2005/George Lucas
Natalie Portman, Ewan McGregor
53) Star Trek: First Contact: 1996/Jonathan Frakes
Patrick Stewart, James Cromwell, Johnathan Frakes, Alice Krige
54) Pitch Black : 2000/David Twohy
Vin Diesel, Radha Mitchell
55) Edge of Tomorrow : 2014/Doug Liman
Tom Cruise, Emily Blunt
56) Gattaca : 1997/Andrew Niccol
Uma Thurman, Jude Law
57) Interstellar : 2014/Christopher Nolan
Anne Hathaway, Matthew McConaughey
58) Highlander : 1986/Russell Mulcahy
Sean Connery, Clancy Brown
59) The Fly : 1986/David Cronenberg
Geena Davis, Jeff Goldblum
60) Star Trek Into Darkness : 2013/J.J.Abrams
Zoe Saldana, Benedict Cumberbatch
61) Escape from New York : 1981
Jamie Lee Curtis, Kurt Russell
62) 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea : 1954/Walt Disney
Kirk Douglas, Peter Lorre
63) H. G. Wells' War of the Worlds : 1953/Byron Haskin
Tom Cruise, Morgan Freeman
64) Superman : 1978/Richard Donner
Marlon Brando, Gene Hackman
65) Logan's Run : 1976/Michael Anderson
Farrah Fawcett, Peter Ustinov
66) Batman : 2005/Christopher Nolan
Jack Nicholson, Kim Basinger
67) Back to the Future Part III : 1990/?Steven Spielberg?
Michael J. Fox, Elisabeth Shue
68) Forbidden Planet : 1956/Fred Wilcox
Leslie Nielsen, Anne Francis
69) Children of Men : Alfonso Cuaron/2006
Julianne Moore, Clive Owen
70) X-Men 2 : Byran Singer/2003
Halle Berry, Hugh Jackman
71) Metropolis : 1927/Fritz Lang
Brigitte Helm, Gustav Fröhlich
72) Rise of the Planet of the Apes : 2011/Rupert Wyatt
James Franco, Freida Pinto
73) WarGames : 1983/ John Badham
Matthew Broderick, William H. Macy
74) The Last Starfighter : 1984/Nick Castle
Wil Wheaton, Robert Preston
75) Dark City : 1998/Alex Proyas
Jennifer Connelly, Kiefer Sutherland
76) Prometheus : 2012/ Ridley Scott
Charlize Theron, Michael Fassbender
77) The Mummy : 2017/Alex Kurtzman
Rachel Weisz, Brendan Fraser
78) Hellboy : 2004/ Brian Casp, Corey Johnson
John Hurt, Selma Blair
79) Donnie Darko : 2001/Richard Kelly
Drew Barrymore, Ashley Tisdale
80) Soylent Green : 1973/Richard Fleischer
Charlton Heston, Edward G. Robinson
81) The Running Man : 1987/Michael Glaser
Arnold Schwarzenegger, Jim Brown
82) The Chronicles of Riddick : 2004/David Twohy
Vin Diesel, Judi Dench
83) Mad Max: Fury Road : 2015/George Miller
Charlize Theron, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley
84) Moon :  Duncan Jones/Duncan Jones
Kevin Spacey, Mary Tyler Moore
85) The Truman Show : 1998/Peter Weir
Jim Carrey, Paul Giamatti
86) They Live : 1988/John Carpenter
Roddy Piper, Keith David
87) Spider-Man : 2002/Sam Raimi
Kirsten Dunst, Elizabeth Banks
88) The Crow : 1994/Alex Proyas
Bai Ling, Brandon Lee
89) Armageddon : 1998/Michael Bay
Ben Affleck, Bruce Willis
90) Brazil : 1985/Terry Gilliam
Robert De Niro, Bob Hoskins
91) Star Trek III: The Search for Spock : 1984/Leonard Nimoy 
William Shatner, Christopher Lloyd
92) Looper : 2012/Rian Johnson
Bruce Willis, Emily Blunt
93) Enemy Mine : 1985/Wolfgang Petersen
Dennis Quaid, Louis Gossett
94) Frankenstein : 1931/Mary Shelley
Boris Karloff, John Boles
95) A.I. Artificial Intelligence : 2001/Steven Spielberg
Meryl Streep, Robin Williams
96) King Kong : 1933/Peter Jackson
Fay Wray, Merian C. Cooper
97) The Lost World: Jurassic Park : 1997/Steven Spielberg
Julianne Moore, John Hammond,
98) The Matrix Reloaded : 2003/Lana Wachowski, Lilly Wachowski
Monica Bellucci, Keanu Reeves
99) The Birds : 1963/Alfred Hitchcock
Alfred Hitchcock, Tippi Hedren
100) Westworld : 1973/Michael Crichton
Yul Brynner, James Brolin

Sunday, September 24, 2017


Star Trek DISCOVERY grand debut on CBS all access and Netflix is today. So if you want to discover what all the excitement is all about, check out CBS digital press kit at Trekcore

How can you watch Star Trek Discovery?

CBS All Access subscribers can simply download the CBS App on their mobile device, Roku Player, Apple TV, Chromecast, Android TV, Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, or Fire TV.

Or you can visit to begin your trek journey through the stars.

The series will be broadcast by CBS Studios International on Netflix in 188 countries and in Canada on Bell Media's Space channel and OTT service CraveTV.

Do you want to see STD? Warp over to Rotten Tomatoes and cast your vote...

Live long and Prosper

Monday, September 18, 2017

Star Trek TNG 30th Anniversary in Las Vegas

Hello Everyone, I'm a sucker for these Star Trek conventions. Heres one from August with The Next Generation Cast. You know the score. It TNG's 30 Year special anniversary in 2017. What makes this Las Vegas panel so awesome has got to be the laughs.

Brent Spiner forgets he's the Godfather of Gates McFadden child!!! Good Grief, LOL I mean shes sitting right beside him when Spiner opens his mouth the wrong way. Let's just say (Dr. Beverly Crusher) was not impressed with Data. Now, that's what I call a major goof but funny. Check out Patrick Stewart for his reaction but despite the X-factor, we're all friends here.

So sit back and geek out and enjoy Star Trek. Levar Burton, Marina Sirtis, Michael Dorn, Denise Crosby and John DeLancie are present. Johnathan Frakes couldn't make it.

Live Long and Prosper.

Monday, September 11, 2017

Star Trek Beyer Books - David Mack Novel

Star Trek books, novels, and comics are ready with Star Trek Discovery only weeks away now - 24th Sept. Kirsten Beyer has written tons of Star Trek Voyager books listed on Amazon. Shes also behind the comic book series along with Mike Johnson and Tony Shasteen

Trekkers can now nerd out on the first Star Trek Discovery novel. "Desperate Hours" for sale on Amazon. Written by New York Times best-selling author David Mack. Publishers Simon and Schuster are under license from CBS Consumer Products. Wasn't that fast? Now, all we need are some scantily clad Dabo girls, a roulette wheel, and latinum gold and we're away. Smiling for the camera, Kirsten Beyer will oversee the series.

Say cheez, because it lights camera action! Well, that's Trek showbiz folks.

Live long and Prosper

Heres one of Kirstens Voyagers Novels - Read Long and Prosper!

And here is David Mack's Star Trek Discovery Novel -  

Which book cover rocks your world?

Star Trek Disc features a Klingon for its first new comic book series.

Monday, September 04, 2017

Star Trek Discovery - Klingon Alien Lifeforms

Ready for adventure Jason Isaacs, Michelle Yeoh, Doug Jones, and Sonequa Martin-Green stroll down the corridor of Science vessel USS Discovery NCC 1031. Are we over dosing on Star Trek Discovery yet?  Our defenders, friends, and protectors of Earth are a long way from home!

Lorca: “You know what we need to do…”
Burnham: “We need to win.”
Lorca: “That’s the spirit.”

Star Trek Discovery Co-showrunner Aaron Harberts has affirmed that Star Trek Discoveries Klingons "aren't just the enemy." War isn't enough to quell the warring appetites of howling Klingon warriors from crying havoc in the universe! (STD season one establishes the Klingons)

What led Jason Isaacs as Captain Gabriel Lorca in this "menagerie," a chamber with his collected ancient weapons and relics. Is he trapped in a cage or testing the forcefield?

Captain Gabriel Lorca: The work we do is hard. It is not with out sacrifice. We are a long way from home. But I know it is sacrifice worth making.

So what gives? Mary Chieffo, who plays Klingon commander L’Rell, explains everything: Apparently, war with the Klingons?. An ancient Klingon house led by T’Kuvma (Chris Obi) will cause major intergalactic chaos which is right smack down Harry Mudd's neck of the woods.

CBS All Access airs Star Trek Discovery on 24th Sept, 2017. Expect the unexpected.

Who's going to make the next move in this face off with the Klingons? I guess friendly hailing frequencies are totally out of the question.

SAREK: …the Klingon Empire has been in disarray for generations… Great unifiers are few and far between, but they do come. Often such leaders will need a profound cause for their followers to rally around.

Remember who said "These are Klingons! They'll attack!"

Answer: Klingon  K'Ehleyr (Susie Plakson) starred in Star Trek TNG The Emissary/The Schizoid Man/Reunion/. She was brilliant.

Is Star Trek Discovery re-creating Klingon synergy based on Dorns and Plakson's characters, K'Ehleyr and Worf seen seated here?

K'Ehleyr telling Worf
Burnam to T'Kuvma: We strive towards this dream of peace where all species can share common ground. Yet no dream will protect us from you.


Who changed Gene Roddenberry's mind from not having a Klingon on the bridge of Captain Picard's USS Enterprise NCC 1701-D?

Live Long and Prosper

A closer look at Obi as T'Kuvma on the bridge of his ship

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