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Enterprise‘s “Breaking the Ice” in Review

In this review by Elaine and Matt Sweatman, Elaine’s comments are in italics. The title of this episode has a double meaning. The literal one applies to how the Enterprise

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Picard Season 2 Beams Down This October

Good news for fans of Star Trek: Picard! Already available to stream in much of the world, Season 2 of the show will be physically beaming into homes on 4

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Strange New Worlds‘ “The Serene Squall” in Review

We’re firmly in TOS-style fun space opera this week, with the Enterprise crew sent to rescue three shiploads of colonists from an attack by space pirates. Arrgh! T’Pring – working

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Interview with SNW Stuntman Jack Sansone

I recently had the pleasure of interviewing stuntman Jack Sansone. He performed a brief stunt in the Star Trek: Strange New Worlds episode “Lift Us Where Suffering Cannot Reach”. Many

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Enterprise‘s “The Andorian Incident” in Review

In this review by Matt and Elaine Sweatman, Elaine’s comments are in italics. A favorite alien race from The Original Series – namely, the Andorian species – makes a welcome

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Eric Webb’s Star Trek XIII

During the interim between 2013’s Star Trek Into Darkness and 2016’s Star Trek Beyond, ideas were bandied about regarding what story should be told in the third installment of the

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Star Trek V: The Final Frontier in Review

With Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home becoming the greatest box-office success of the Star Trek film franchise up to that point (the film was released in 1986, to celebrate the 20th anniversary

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Strange New Worlds’ “Lift Us Where Suffering Cannot Reach” in Review

After the difference in tone between the action and thrills of “Memento Mori” a fortnight ago and the lightness and hijinks of “Spock Amok” last week, we have another complete change of tone

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Life is a Dream – The Final Frontier 33 Years On

James T. Kirk – “Excuse me, I’d just like to ask a question… What does God need with a starship?“ On this day in 1989, Star Trek V: The Final

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Filming Beyond Star Trek Beyond

After several apparent false starts, it appears that the long-gestating sequel to 2016’s Star Trek Beyond is finally gaining traction and “getting close to the starting line,” according to Paramount chief Brian

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