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The Star Trek Fan Website

A freelance writer, Douglas has several years experience writing newsletters, sales copy and movie reviews. He is also the author of the screenplays Supralight and Bloodstone: The Sorceress and the Warrior. His reviews of Star Trek films (as well as a DS9 retrospective) have been published on the TrekSphere website.

Farewell, Harold Livingston

In the same year Star Trek: The Motion Picture experiences a spectacular rerelease in movie theaters and is receiving more positive fan attention and evaluation than ever before, we are

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Star Trek: The Motion Picture – The Director’s Edition (2022 4k Release)

Reviewing a Reinvigoration of a Movie Masterpiece For years, I’ve wanted to see a theatrical release of the 2001 Director’s Edition of Star Trek: The Motion Picture, further enhanced and

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Star Trek Nemesis review

Star Trek Nemesis was released at a time when I honestly didn’t have very much to say regarding Star Trek, somewhat having lost interest in the franchise. Although this is still

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Star Trek: Insurrection review

I was severely disappointed by how Star Trek: Insurrection, the ninth Star Trek film, was marketed. The film’s theatrical poster gave us an image of Ru’afo’s face looking down (ripping

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Star Trek: First Contact review

I had a strong conviction that the eighth Star Trek film, which would be the first solo big-screen production for the main cast of Star Trek: The Next Generation, needed to be

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Star Trek Generations review

With Star Trek: The Next Generation‘s series finale “All Good Things…” having carried with it the promise of forthcoming silver-screen action for TNG’s main cast, a lot of my friends

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Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country review

When I first heard there was going to be a sixth film with the original cast of Star Trek, I must admit to having winced somewhat. Would the visual flavor

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Star Trek V: The Final Frontier review

Star Trek V: The Final Frontier caused me some angst at the time of its release. As a young fan who only ever wanted to see Star Trek on the top, particularly

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Writing Star Trek: Insurrection

The ninth Star Trek film, eventually titled “Star Trek: Insurrection“, was to be Michael Piller’s first feature film assignment (and, sadly, his only one). When Rick Berman first approached him

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Star Trek: The Next Generation review

Roughly five years after they separated following Star Trek: The Motion Picture, reconciliation between Gene Roddenberry and Paramount occurred when the company approached Roddenberry to develop a new Star Trek

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