As a little kid, I watched a lot of cheesy TV, and especially back in the '70s and '80s there were tons of silly TV movies that are hilarious to watch today.
Michael Dorn is probably best known for playing the role of Lieutenant Commander Worf on Star Trek: The Next Generation (TNG).
Bryan Dietrich’s The Assumption is far from a typical book of poems, but we were already congnizant of this from reading previous works such as the phenomenal Prime Directive.
Once again, we’ve got two competing projects in Hollywood, and oddly enough, they’re both competing Sleepy Hollows for television.
Star Trek really has quite a remarkable family tree. Since the series began in 1966, it's grown in many incredible directions - both on the big and small screen.
As regular TG readers know, we're big fans of writer/director Nicholas Meyer.
IDW has confirmed that Star Trek: The Next Generation will be getting it’s own line in honor of the 25th anniversary of the famed sci-fi series.
Warehouse 13 showrunner Jack Kenny has confirmed that Brent Spiner will be joining the cast of the popular detective fantasy serial.
So the reviews are in on Prometheus, and there is pretty much a consensus that the human aspects of the film are somewhat lacking. Visually, however, the film is an undisputed knockout.
It certainly hasn’t been easy for JJ Abrams to keep Star Trek 2 under wraps and away from prying geek eyes - as ST2 is clearly one of the most anticipated genre films of 2013.
CBS Home Entertainment and Fathom Events have confirmed they will be bringing Star Trek: The Next Generation to movie theaters for a one-night event.
Trekkies everywhere owe a big debt to Nicholas Meyer.
Michael Dorn, the actor who played Worf on The Next Generation, has been keeping himself busy by pitching a new Star Trek film.
Hollywood can be quite fanatic about trying to hide the secrets of big, upcoming blockbusters.
The screenwriters from Team Abrams have been doing very well for themselves these days.
There are certain talent personalities in Hollywood who have specific skills you call upon, and some writers and directors definitely specialize in big, event movies.
New Star Trek television may happen, but only at the behest of J.J. Abrams.
Like many Trekkies, I believe the rebooted Star Trek film directed by JJ Abrams was probably the best in the franchise - so far.
What is one of the oldest geek arguments of modern Star Trek lore? Naming your favorite captain of the Enterprise, of course!
CBS has decreed that a lost Star Trek script titled "He Walked Among Us" will not be filmed or aired decades after it was first penned.