My cousin has been going through a rewatch of the Star Trek movies lately, and he asked me to do a special thing since I’m someone who actually likes Star Trek V.Read More A Star Trek V Audio Commentary & A Brief Note About William Shatner
One of my least favorite argument tactics.Read More “At Least You Have to Admit That…”
Postulating on fan behavior through the lens of Van Halen changing their lead singer 35 years ago.Read More Positively Fan Street
I decided to examine it as a symptom of a very troubling and lazy trend. The trend of franchise reboots by erasing previous continuity, but retaining the mythology of at least one of its predecessors.Read More Is It Time to Remake The Godfather Part III?
This is one of those posts that I know, in my heart of hearts, only I could have written.Read More Could #Sybok Have Stopped #Thanos? #AvengersInfinityWar #AvengersEndgame
As Disney®™© continues to delve into their archives for things to regurgitate on the masses, there’s one that cries out for a loving remake. It’s a film that cried out for a longer production timeline and bigger budget at the time, as it was rushed to production to compete in a changing market. I’m neither […]Read More Dear Disney, Please Remake The Black Hole
I take issue with this reply simply because, if anything, the Borg came to be known by their core inconsistencies.Read More A Reply to “The Happy Borg”
On this week’s Words With Nerds, set to release a couple days after this post, we ponder a question to which I’ve never gotten a satisfactory answer, and which puzzles me constantly. Why doesn’t the Federation in Star Trek use more robots? The driver of the question is really the casualty rate in the respective […]Read More Why Doesn’t the Federation in Star Trek Use More Robots?
Could Sybok have alleviated Darth Vader of his pain and guide him back to the Light Side?Read More Could Sybok Have Saved Darth Vader?
This is a counterpoint to the idea that Craig contended that what was once true for a comic book character is what was always true, until it is specifically contradicted.Read More The Immutable Impermanence of Character Trivia: The Corollary Argument to The Perpetual Reboot Theory
Is this all an argument against watching bad movies since, theoretically, each one could be the last one you see?Read More The Last Movie
In my endless quest to review Star Trek V: The Final Frontier into a respectable place in the franchise, I realized something. Our introduction to Sybok, Spock’s estranged half-brother long ago banished for eschewing logic to pursue emotional enlightenment, enhances a pivotal moment in its predecessor. In fact, it enhances Spock’s entire arc in Star […]Read More How Star Trek V Enhances Star Trek IV
On the February 20, 2014 episode of Words With Nerds, I posited an ethical question rooted in Star Wars, the answer to which may carry implications for all of sci-fi, really. Is it bestiality to make love to a Wookiee? I suspect the initial response around the table would be an emphatic “no!” While I’m […]Read More Hot Wookiee Love