This week James and Trevor dissect the latest episode of Star Trek Discovery “Si Vis Pacum, Para Bellum.” They ask the hard questions like, “What is going on?” “what happened?” and “Who are these people?” They also discuss whether The Orville really is as good as all the Discovery haters Continue Reading
Red Shirt Rejects is back this week with their recap and review of the latest episode of Star Trek Discovery, “Magic to Make the Sanest Man Go Mad.” Since Zach — The Wild Turkey himself — is out this week galavanting around the cosmos we have Trevor Law, a fellow Continue Reading
Your hosts Zach and James bring you the latest anaylsis from the sixth episode of Star Trek Disco! That’s a thing right? Say it with me D-I-S-C-O! It feels right. In addition to episode 6, “Lethe” we analysis Will Wheaton’s short story in “From a Certain Point of View” and blather Continue Reading
Yesterday we got a behind the scenes peek into the upcoming entry into the Trek universe in a new trailer for their CBS All Access show. Check out the latest glimpse of Discovery below!
Finishing this episode was … difficult. It’s full of slapstick moments, life threatening peril, and a complete lack of suspense in between some brilliant character moments. How, exactly, did this episode get made twice?
Star Trek, like any other series, had some ups and downs, but most came right at the beginning. Besides the fact that it took a year to get off the ground, they were forced to go back to the drawing board after the dismal pilot. This is the episode that Continue Reading
There is a ton of content packed into this episode. Unlike the previous entry, “The Man Trap” this episode actually takes full use of its fifty minute run time. That being said, it’s not a perfect episode.
“The Man Trap” was actually the first episode of Star Trek to air on television, even though it was actually the sixth episode in production, it never the less serves as a great starting point to meet the crew of this new vessel.
Star Trek’s original pilot has a sordid and somewhat fabled history in the development of the Trek franchise. The fact of it’s existence isn’t so different from an innumerable amount of pilots out there, but what is unusual is that you can watch it in its intact, and now HD Continue Reading
If you’ve read that headline, and have even a passing familiarity with the Star Trek franchise, you understand that this is no ordinary task. I am a huge Trek fan, and have been as far back as I can remember. Some of my first memories are watching The Animated Series Continue Reading