Star Trek Continues Recreates The Original Series Almost Flawlessly

Star Trek Continues Recreates The Original Series Almost Flawlessly

Let’s be honest. Nearly all of the fan fiction Star Trek episodes and movies are pretty bad. Sure, there are a few that come close to being worthy of being accepted as Trek Cannon (Prelude the AxanarStar Trek: Renegades ), but not are pretty bad. Among the levels of quality fan productions, Star Trek Continues stands above all other as possible the more faithfully recreated production of the original series. They’ve managed to mimic the look, tone, and style of the original series. Although it’s kind of hard for faithful fans to dispell the absence of the original actors playing the Enterprise crew, by the time you to the 3rd or 4th episode, it becomes a moot point. All eleven episodes of the first and only season can be found in HD on Youtube got free. Trust me, if you’re missing the look and feel of Kirks original voyage in a see of rebooted motions pictures and prequels, Star Trek Continues is beyond worthy of your attention..

Season 4 of Black Mirror Is Upon Us. Thank You, Netflix

Season 4 of Black Mirror Is Upon Us. Thank You, Netflix

I’ve been a fan of Charlie Brooker’s sci-fi anthology series since day one. Each year they seem to amp up the realistic horror, showing us a work where technology has turned against us, but at the same time looks pretty close to the current state of who we are. Season 4 looks more diverse and crazier than the previous season, so I’m so ready for this. Season 4 of Black Mirror drops on Netflix tomorrow!!

#Quote of the Moment: Kevin Smith

I don't consider myself and musician, but I make music. I'm not a writer, but I love to write. I make videos, but I don't consider myself a filmmaker.
Kevin Smith
#Quote of the Moment: Kevin Smith

The Sicario 2: Soldado Teaser Trailer is SICK

The Sicario 2: Soldado Teaser Trailer is SICK

FBI agent Matt Graver teams up with operative Alejandro Gillick to prevent Mexican drug cartels from smuggling terrorists across the U.S. border.

We Bid A Fond Farewell To Peter Capaldi’s Doctor Who

We Bid A Fond Farewell To Peter Capaldi’s Doctor Who

A lot of folks had some serious criticism for Peter Capaldi’s interpretation of the Time Lord. Even though his three seasons as The Doctor weren’t my favorite, I have to say I think he’s my favorite portrayal of The Doctor. There were some great moments, but I don’t think the writing measured up to David Tennant and Matt Smith’s runs. Regardless, for me, Capaldi did some great things. I think he legitimized Jenna Coleman’s Clara Oswald more than Matt Smith did (in my opinion), he gave us Bill.. arguably my favorite companion.. even in her short 1 season run. And then there’s Missy! She was possibly my favorite Doctor Who character, right behind River Song.

This Year’s Christmas Marathon

This Year’s Christmas Marathon

The holiday tradition in the Kelley household is the cook our lunch and dinner meals together, and watch a marathon of holiday-themed movies and tv shows. We’re not into the regular crap like It’s A Wonderful Life and Miracle on 34th Street. Our tastes usually tends to swing toward the funny and unconventional. My entire playlist was about two days long, but here’s a highlighted short list of our viewing pleasure.

It’s Not Perfect, But Bright Still Delivers The Blockbuster

It’s Not Perfect, But Bright Still Delivers The Blockbuster
Answers To The World-ending Cliffhanger Are Upon Us In The X-Files Season 11 Premier

Mortal Engines Teaser Trailer? Yes Please

Mortal Engines Teaser Trailer? Yes Please

I don’t know what the hell this is or why it’s here. But goddamn cities on wheels attacking goddamn cities on wheels? Peter Jackson, you had me at “that’s London”. #LetsGo

Civil War Is Upon Us In The 5th And Final Season of Vikings

Civil War Is Upon Us In The 5th And Final Season of Vikings

Don’t hate me, but I think I’ve enjoyed Vikings more than I have Game of Thrones. The more contained story and the smaller cast of main characters have made it a lot easier to follow with all the action and violence you’d expect from a warrior period piece. You’d think that a show that loses its main protagonist (Ragnor died halfway through season 4) would lose its steam, but the elevation of Ragnor’s son and the tension of vengeance to kill the murders of both their mother and father has elevated the show.