Is there any more appropriate setting for a scary story than a creepy old house, with hidden passages, secret rooms, and maybe a ghost or two?
We could have as many as five Star Trek series at the same time, not to mention the movies. Here’s what I know about them and what I’d like to see.
The 1990s were the Golden Age of Star Trek. Three different series and a slew of movies had all the Trekkies on top of the world. But, not to be too greedy about it, I think we could have had a lot more. Here’s what I would have added and amended about Star Trek in the 90s.
It’s always important to pick the right music for your show or movie. The task is a bit harder when it’s Star Trek.
What would it be like living in the world of Star Trek where you don’t have to earn money to live? Would it really be a world without despair?
The last decade or so has been a real challenge for Trekkies who can’t seem to agree on what is or isn’t a worthy addition to the Star Trek franchise. Here are my recommendations for what to watch out of the most recent Star Trek series and movies.
Swearing and sex and violence have always been part of Star Trek, and they always will be, whether we like it or not. (Content warning: I’ll be swearing in this podcast. A lot.)
You may think Star Trek has always taken a hard line against drugs of any kind, but the truth isn’t that simple.