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Before STAR WARS, George Lucas dabbled in what he believed was far more relevant science fiction. His debut picture, THX1138, starred Robert Duvall and Donald Pleasance, and it took place in the 25th century where a male and female rebel turned against their rigidly controlled society. It debuted on…Continue
Added by Trekscribbler (aka Ed) (aka MOD) on March 11, 2014 at 2:00am — No Comments
I often have to defend myself for 'defending' TRON: LEGACY. Yeah, I get that maybe it wasn't exactly "the cat's meow" that everyone expected a sequel to the kinda/sorta groundbreaking TRON from so many years earlier, but if you go back and look at TRON that film hasn't exactly aged all that well. And…Continue
Added by Trekscribbler (aka Ed) (aka MOD) on March 10, 2014 at 2:00am — No Comments
We've just opened our new online store at http://www.triple-fictionproductions.net/
Inspired Prop Replicas is a division of Triple-Fiction Productions. Specializing in the…Continue
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"The Devil in the Dark" is universally praised by Trek enthusiasts everywhere as being one of the program's finest hours. It originally aired on this day back in 1967, and its central theme explored the misunderstanding between the human race and the Horta, a hulking specimen wrecking havoc with a…Continue
Added by Trekscribbler (aka Ed) (aka MOD) on March 9, 2014 at 1:00am — No Comments
As much as I enjoy vintage sci-fi tales, the 2008 version of THE TIME MACHINE -- it premiered on this day back then, and it starred the usually reliable Guy Pearce and Orlando Jones -- was surprisingly uninspired. To its credit, it tried to retain…Continue
Wow! The publishers of the new Star Trek books volumes 1,2 and 3, "These Are The Voyages" just sent me this incredible link http://www.jacobsbrownmediagroup.com/reviews-by-the-celebs.htm. It blew me away!!! I am in awe and so extremely grateful!
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Legendary Abraham Lincoln even popped up in STAR TREK's third season in the episode, "The Savage Curtain," which premiered on this day in 1969. The episode pitted the 16th President of the United States -- along with Kirk, Spock, and Surak -- against four villains from history, all for the purposes of…Continue
Added by Trekscribbler (aka Ed) (aka MOD) on March 7, 2014 at 2:00am — No Comments
Well. It is finally finished.
I have thrown a few tidbits around over the last year or so, but finally the Wolverine Studios & Machinima Star Trek Technical Manual is finished.
Well, finished enough to copyright anyway.
I still have some clean up to do before I consider publishing.
In case anyone is wondering, the Tech Manual is a compilation of all the notes and research I have done over the years while writing a few screenplays; wondering exactly how this bit of…
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STARGATE: SG-1 was one of those series that just never did anything for me. I have seen most of its first season, and most of the plots, characters, and situations seemed a bit too saccharin for me. Still, I can respect any franchise that makes a foothold in the entertainment industry and has…Continue
On this day in 1981, BUCK ROGERS IN THE 25TH CENTURY continued exploring strange new worlds when it aired "The Crystals." Here's the summary from IMDB.com: "Buck Rogers visits the planet Phibocetes with a landing party, hoping to gather some thurbidian crystals to power the Searcher. Though the planet is…Continue
Added by Trekscribbler (aka Ed) (aka MOD) on March 5, 2014 at 2:00am — No Comments
Love him or hate him, Paul W.S. Anderson has had an awful lot of time to tinker in the various franchises of sci-fi filmdom. He's contributed to the RESIDENT EVIL property, as well as ALIENS VS. PREDATOR, and still managed to find the time to pony up something called PANDORUM (saw it, wasn't that…Continue
Added by Trekscribbler (aka Ed) (aka MOD) on March 4, 2014 at 2:00am — No Comments
He may be gone, but he can never be forgotten. Ain't that the truth? Our beloved Chief Engineer Montgomery Scott! He was played by the legendary James Doohan (shown above from STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION's episode "Relics" alongside Levar Burton), who came into our plane of existence on…Continue
March 2 marks the birthday of everyone's favorite personal physician, Dr. Beverly Crusher, better known as Gates McFadden! She served with distinction aboard the Enterprise-D, and the ship was a safer place knowing that she was there. Another year wiser, another…Continue
Added by Trekscribbler (aka Ed) (aka MOD) on March 2, 2014 at 2:00am — No Comments
Say what you will about the new-fangled BATTLESTAR GALACTICA, but I preferred the wholesome, do-gooder charm of the original just a bit more. And Starbuck? A girl? No way! Dirk Benedict remains Starbuck in my mind, and the actor who played him celebrates another year growing older and wiser…Continue
"The Cloud Minders" aired on February 28, 1969. Here's the episode summary from IMDB.com: "Kirk and Spock are caught up in a revolution on a planet where intellectuals and artists live on a utopian city in the sky while the rest of the population toils in mines on the barren surface…Continue
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The lovely Barbara Babcock -- who appeared in several TOS episodes -- enjoys her birthday today! Why not celebrate by pulling out the classic Star Trek DVDs and run your own little marathon?…Continue
Added by Trekscribbler (aka Ed) (aka MOD) on February 27, 2014 at 2:00am — No Comments
Who's up for a little dabo? No? Then how about the best Dabo Girl in all the universe? The always stunningly lovely Chase Masterson turns another year wiser today. Make sure to think good, clean, and pure thoughts on her behalf!…Continue
Added by Trekscribbler (aka Ed) (aka MOD) on February 26, 2014 at 2:00am — No Comments
My attempts at this challenge. Some are better than others, naturally.
He walked East, wishing he'd never fought.
Triceratops sees the new star, approaching.
Earth's last woman held her baby.
"Wait," said the stork. "Wrong…Continue
Added by kukalakana on February 25, 2014 at 1:26pm — No Comments
Certainly, Tea Leoni was a bit of an "it girl" for awhile. She came out of nowhere and enjoyed great critical acclaim for her work. Sadly -- as fame is fleeting -- it just never quite seemed to last for her. Still, she turned in a terrific performance as part of the sci-fi ensemble, DEEP IMPACT (1998),…Continue
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