Posts Tagged ‘star trek’
NOOOOOOO! Lindelof Hints at Working on Star Wars
0 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on May 22, 2013 under News, Star Wars
If ruining Lost, Prometheus, and Star Trek wasn't enough; now Damon Lindelof has his sights set on the biggest franchise of them all. Due to everyone ripping him a new one for contributing to the stupidity of Star Trek Into Darkness, Lindelof swore off working on Episode VII. This is likely due to them actually having talented writers doing the movie, and not Lindelof declining any offer as I doub... more.
- Lindelof Says Into Darkness’ Ending Was a ‘Homage’ Not ‘Rip-off’ 0 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on May 20, 2013 under News
- Star Trek Into Darkness Blu-Ray CE Includes a Phaser 0 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on under News
10 Things Wrong With Star Trek Into Darkness (SPOILERS)
4 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on May 17, 2013 under Featured, Lists
Star Trek Into Darkness is finally in theaters, and while some people are enjoying an action movie pretending to be Star Trek; others are seeing the numerous problems the dumb script of the movie produced. Where Star Trek 2009 got away with a lot of stuff thanks to a better script, the dumbness of Into Darkness really jumps out at you. Here are just ten things that are wrong with the movie... ... more.
U.S.S. Vengeance Inspired by Perpetual’s Star Trek Online Concept Art?
0 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on May 16, 2013 under News
Prior to Cryptic making the Star Trek Online we all know and love, a company called Perpetual was producing the game. Before the company went under and Cryptic gained the license, they did a lot of concept design work and much of it was released online. When the Vengeance was first revealed, people thought it looked a little familiar. Through some digging through the concept art, people found ... more.
Star Trek Into Darkness Review
2 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on under Featured, News, Reviews
When JJ Abrams Star Trek came out in 2009 I, like many others, really liked it. I actually saw it three times in theaters with one showing being on IMAX. Purists had a lot of problems with the movie, but it worked as a fun reboot and the cast nailed the characters perfectly. So there were high hopes for the sequel, Star Trek Into Darkness, but unfortunately the movie falls flat on its face at warp... more.
The Goal With Star Trek Into Darkness? ‘Less Trekkie Stuff’
0 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on May 15, 2013 under News
Star Trek fans have been complaining since 2009 that the Abramsverse is heavier on the action and less on the stuff that made Star Trek so enduring and popular. And now, there's confirmation directly from Paramount that their goal with the new movies is to do more action and "less Trekkie stuff". This was revealed in more.
The Full Riddick Trailer is Here!
1 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on under News, Videos
Most likely due to show up with either Star Trek this week or Fast and the Furious next week in theaters, Universal has released the full two-and-a-half minute trailer for Riddick online. The trailer is awesome. At first it shows Riddick wiping out Mercs one by one on a hostile planet, but then when the monsters on that planet start trouble, the Mercs have to work with Riddick to survive. As s... more.
Neil deGrasse Tyson on Star Trek vs. Star Wars
0 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on under News, Science, Space, Star Wars
On the eve of the new Star Trek movie release, Business Insider went to Neil deGrasse Tyson and asked him which scifi franchise he liked more; Star Wars or Star Trek. Naturally, with Star Trek's more realistic take on science he preferred that version: "I never got into Star Wars," Tyson tells us. "Maybe because t... more.
Dear DC, Please Don’t Let Damon Lindelof Anywhere Near Justice League
1 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on under Comics, News
Damon Lindelof, the man who couldn't write an ending to Lost and ruined a perfectly good Alien Prequel, has opened his mouth about DC's Justice League "problem". The Hollywood Reporter interviewed Lindelof about his involvement in the worst Star Trek movie ever made, and they decided to ask him how he ... more.