Exclusive Interview: “Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Revenant” Author Alex White

 

Having twice explored the Alien universe, and created one of their own in their Salvagers trilogy, writer Alex White is going where they’ve never gone before with their new Star Trek novel, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Revenant ( ...CONTINUE

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“Rick And Morty: Season 5” Blu-ray, DVD Review

 

Were Rick and Morty real people, they would both shit on me for wanting to watch a TV show on Blu-ray or DVD, especially one that’s on a streaming service I’m subscribed to. And don’t even get me started ...CONTINUE

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“Beavis And Butt-Head Do America” Blu-Ray Review

 

In 1996, when Mike Judge made Beavis And Butt-Head Do America, the idea of turning a TV show into a movie wasn’t new. Mission: Impossible had come out a few months prior, The Fugitive had done it 3 ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: “Star Trek: Coda, Book III: Oblivion’s Gate” Author David Mack

 

With Star Trek: Coda, Book III: Oblivion’s Gate (paperback, Kindle, audiobook), writer David Mack is ending the Coda trilogy that launched in September with Book I: Moments Asunder and continued in October with Book II: The ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: Secrets Of The Force Co-Writer Mark A. Altman

 

While there’s been tons of behind-the-scenes books about Star Wars, writers Edward Gross and Mark A. Altman are trying to do something different with Secrets Of The Force (hardcover, Kindle, audiobook) by not only ...CONTINUE

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Star Trek: Lower Decks: Season 1 Blu-ray, DVD Review

 

Nearly twenty years after William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy, and the rest of the Enterprise crew played Star Trek for laughs in the Futurama episode “Where No Fan Has Gone Before,” Starfleet is getting colorfully comedic again with Star Trek: ...CONTINUE

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Lovecraft Country: The Complete First Season Blu-Ray, DVD Review

 

Science fiction, fantasy, and horror have often been utilized as vehicles to explore social issues. One of the first interracial kiss on television, for example, happened on the original Star Trek, a show that, just a few weeks ...CONTINUE

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Star Trek: Picard: Season One Blu-ray, DVD Review

 

There was a time when seeing an actor return to the role that made them famous meant their career had stalled and they needed the money, and what they did with this return usually reflected this. But no more. ...CONTINUE

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South Park: The Complete Twenty-Third Season Blu-ray, DVD Review

 

One of the fun things cartoons do that live action shows don’t is mess with their intros. The Simpsons are famous for constantly changing the couch gag and what Bart writes on the blackboard, while Family Guy have occasionally ...CONTINUE

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