Star Trek: Picard nails the landing with a beautiful send-off for the Star Trek: TNG cast in the series finale episode, “The Last Generation.” Spoilers will follow for Star Trek: Picard. There is a mid-credit scene. I admit to being late to watching anything Star Trek. But regardless, I still recognize the big moments on the series. Take the end of last week’s episode. When one sees Jean-Luc Picard (Patrick Stewart) and company walking onto…"Star Trek: Picard – The Last Generation Nails The Landing"
After its Paramount+ release, Star Trek: The Motion Picture – The Director’s Edition arrives on 4K Ultra HD in celebration of Star Trek Day. The release comes nearly a year to the date after the first four films got the 4K UHD upgrade. As such, fans have a few options here. They can buy Star Trek: The Original Motion Picture Collection or they can buy the individual discs that they’re missing. This time around, both…"Star Trek: The Motion Picture – The Director’s Edition Arrives on 4K UHD"
In Search of Tomorrow: A Journey Through ’80s Sci-Fi Cinema is a five-hour love letter to 1980s sci-fi movies and the definitive documentary on the genre. If you’re a fan of 80s sci-fi cinema, this is the film you’ve been waiting for! It’s the be-all, end-all of documentaries on the genre. It would probably be better for this to be a documentary series. Instead, it’s a documentary of almost five-hours long. It’s a film that…"In Search of Tomorrow: A Love Letter to 80s Sci-Fi"
Star Trek: The Original 4-Movie Collection arrives on 4K UHD just in time for the franchise’s 55th anniversary of the first episode in 1966. While this collection includes the first four films starring the original cast, it does not include Star Trek V: The Final Frontier (1989) or Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country (1991). Perhaps 4K UHD releases will take place down the line? I don’t know. This could be either a Star Trek…"Star Trek: The Original 4-Movie Collection Hits 4K UHD"
Woman in Motion: Nichelle Nichols, Star Trek and the Remaking of NASA is now available for audiences to watch from the comfort of their home. The documentary focuses on Nichelle Nichols’s work not so much on Star Trek but a career in science. This doesn’t happen without one particular Star Trek convention in 1975. Nichols listened to Jesco von Puttkamer speak but one thing was on her mind: where were the women and minorities. A…"Woman in Motion: Nichelle Nichols’s NASA Work"