In celebration of Star Trek Beyond‘s recent home video release, we’re giving away two copies of the film on Blu-ray!

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3. Leave a comment below and tell us which of the 13 Star Trek feature films is your favorite. There are no wrong answers.

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In addition to the film on Blu-ray and DVD, special features on the Blu-ray combo pack include:

  • Deleted Scenes – Go Beyond the final cut of the movie with scenes you didn’t see in theaters.
  • Beyond the Darkness – Meet visionary producer J.J. Abrams, director Justin Lin and co-writers Simon Pegg and Doug Jung as they discuss the inspiration for the Star Trek Beyond storyline and how it came to life.
  • Enterprise Takedown – Experience edge-of-your-seat action and see how a shocking attack destroys the USS Enterprise.
  • Divided and Conquered – Learn how filmmakers pushed the boundaries in Star Trek Beyond by forcing the Enterprise crew into their most challenging situations yet.
  • A Warped Sense of Revenge – Meet Star Trek’s newest villain, Krall, as actor Idris Elba reveals the backstory behind his character’s terrifying ambitions.
  • Trekking in the Desert – Go on set to Dubai and discover how its futuristic architecture became the foundation for the most innovative Starbase yet.
  • Exploring Strange New Worlds – Tour the incredible production sets of Star Trek Beyond with director Justin Lin.
  • New Life, New Civilizations – See how special effects designers met the challenge to create an unprecedented 50 new alien species for the film to celebrate Star Trek’s 50th Anniversary.
  • To Live Long and Prosper – Journey through the past 50 years of Star Trek with J.J. Abrams and the cast as they reflect on the evolution of this iconic sci-fi series.
  • For Leonard and Anton – Watch a touching tribute to the legendary Leonard Nimoy and beloved crew member Anton Yelchin.
  • Gag Reel – Join in on the fun with this hilarious gag reel of on-set bloopers.

Star Trek Beyond, directed by Justin Lin and written by Simon Pegg, Roberto Orci, John D. Payne, Patrick McCay and Doug Jung, stars Chris Pine, Zachary Quinto, Zoe Saldana, Karl Urban, Simon Pegg, John Cho, Anton Yelchin, Idris Elba, Sofia Boutella and Lydia Wilson. The third installment of the Kelvin Timeline film series hit theaters in the U.S. on July 22, after premiering at San Diego Comic Con on July 20.

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  • Preston Hamill

    I’ve gotta choose one? Drats! Well…go with Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan. It’s one of the movies that got me into Star Trek to begin with. 🙂

  • Mason Radcliffe

    Wrath of Khan always.

  • Michael Wong

    First Contact is my favorite film, but watching Beyond for the first time was my favorite Star Trek movie experience, because now I have Trekkie friends to watch it with 😛

  • Gnomeregan Hunting Lodge

    Star Trek : Into the Darkness

  • KeithAdams

    First Contact! The best continuation of a Trek episode since “The Wrath of Khan”!

  • Wrath of Khan, I suppose!

  • Mike Miller

    My pick is The Wrath of Khan.

  • MG

    Yeah, if I have to pick just one, it has to be Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan. It’s always been special to me.

  • Andrew

    I still like the first film Star Trek – The Movie (I enjoyed the connection to those early space probes).

  • Matthew Jones

    Star Trek IV ! The Voyage Home 🙂

  • scottfornwall

    The Wrath of Khan is the best!

  • jams tea cake

    the voyage home!!

  • Adam Brashear

    First Contact – today at least 😉

  • Wrath of Khan.

  • Ronald Oliver

    Well, I’m a life-long fan of Star Trek! ALL TV series, ALL movies, ANYTHING Star Trek related! My favorite Star Trek movie is the first movie, ‘Star Trek: The Motion Picture’ ..because it was the first with the original cast from the first TV series. Gotta love how it all began!

  • Jeffrey K Stier

    Overall, Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan is the best movie, per se. Good writing, directing, story, etc. However, Star Trek Beyond might be the most fun. I think I had a smile on my face the entire way through and I loved all the call backs to 50 years of Star Trek!

  • Lerxst

    Generations. Awesome to have both legendary Captains in one movie. Beyond was fantastic though!

  • Adam E Fairchild

    Star Trek: The Motion Picture; also the most underrated.

  • Markus McLaughlin

    Definitely, Star Trek II, will always be my all time favorite! 😀

  • Tony Troxell

    Choosing only one? While WoK is going to be a popular choice, I feel that First Contact edges it out just a bit for me. Then again, I got into Trek with TNG, so I feel that helps play a big part of it.

  • KHenry14

    Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country. Christopher Plummer chews the scenery

  • Hands down Star Trek IV, the Voyage Home. The very first Star Trek movie (actually Star Trek anything) I ever saw, and still my favorite. What made me fall in love with the show and especially the TOS characters.
    That being said, I love all the TOS movies, most of the TNG movies, and all of the JJ Abrams movies also. Trekkie for life 🙂
    Live Long and Prosper

  • Bernie Wallace

    I really enjoyed the 2009 Star Trek. I dd not grow up with the original series. I thought it was a good introduction for me into the World of Star Trek. Thanks for the giveaway. Live Long and Prosper.

  • BM

    Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan

  • Robert Karma

    A lot of it comes down to the time and place we saw a movie. One of the most seminal entertainment events in my life was seeing Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan in the theater. This was back in an era before the Internet and Social Media so I didn’t have a clue about the story. Needless to say, when Spock sacrificed himself to save the Enterprise, I wept like I had lost a family member. It doesn’t matter how great subsequent Star Trek films are because The Wrath of Khan will always be my favorite. Boldly Go!

  • WackoJedi

    I believe the tribute For Leonard and Anton is my favorite because its fitting that such great talent deserves such a tribute and im sure Star Trek will always be there for them.

  • Jake Tenenbaum

    The Motion Picture is my fave.

  • THX

    Wrath of khan. First Star Trek I ever saw. 1982 in the theater!!!

  • Anthony Lewis

    Mine is still STVI. Coming off the disaster of Final Frontier to bring back Nick Myer to deliver a fantastic final film to send off the original crew in fine form. I still wish the TNG crew had been able to get one just like it.

  • NJW

    Star Trek: First Contact

  • Chris Blau

    Wrath of Khan will always be my favorite, but I enjoyed Beyond the most of the Kelvin universe entries.

  • ChelseaJK

    For the TOS movies it’s a toss up between Undiscovered Country and Voyage Home. Undiscovered Country has a bit of everything, and I enjoy the Federation/political aspects of the film since our crew had been kinda doing their own thing for a while. Voyage Home is just so much fun though; it’s like my favorite comfort food.

  • Jennifer W

    The Voyage Home

  • Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan (Extended version – which gave a much better insight of many scenes like the news of Engineer’s Mate midshipman Peter Preston being Scotty’s nephew)!

  • Lee Kennedy

    ALL STAR TREK! as a true Star Trek fan surely there are no Favourites all are equally amazing! Any trek is good Trek. As true fans answer me this; If there is ‘any’ trek on TV do you skip by it or do you immediatly want to watch it?

    Do I choose a movie from the collection by choice…no, It is always a random pick. Each film/episode has its own unique magic.

    Long live Star Trek

  • Stephen

    Toss up between Wrath of Khan and Voyage Home for different reasons.

  • The Voyage Home hands down 🙂

  • James Scott

    It used to be Wrath of Khan but JJ Abrams won me over and now I’d say Into Darkness.

  • Ron Theunissen

    Generations is still my favourite.

  • Johnna Rhodus

    My favorite Star Trek movie is probably the first Star Trek(the original in this trilogy series w/Chris Pine as Captain Kirk) because I have never seen any of the movies.I watched Star Trek The Next Generation(tv show) growing up!

  • David Keel

    Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home is my favorite. It had a lot of humor and demonstrated the great chemistry the characters had amongst themselves.

  • Jonathan Kirk

    My favorite Star Trek movie is Star Trek Generations. It is a good story to begin with, but it also does a good job tying the time line together (which is one of the reasons I like Star Trek). It also has Kirk dying not once, but twice! How can you beat that! The one of my least favorite characters dying twice!

  • Sara Myers

    Star Trek XI was the first I ever saw, but it is still my absolute favorite. I live for troublemaker Kirk and sassy Spock. It’s become one of those movies that I can watch over and over and never get tired of.

  • JD

    Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan

  • Chris Tolbertson

    Star Trek VI was not only an incredible film, but also the only one that I saw with my whole family. That is a pretty great memory.

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  • XxCoolGamesxX

    I love the film of “Star Trek: Into the Darkness”.

  • Mighty Orbots

    Star Trek First Contact. Love TNG cast. Best movie for the group.

  • Ketwolski

    I’m going to say it: Star Trek: Beyond

  • John Herring

    Star Trek IV ! The Voyage Home 🙂 Colorful metaphors!

  • ephenstephen

    The Voyage Home has always been my fav. So different, incredible balance of humor and drama, no villain. Just a very unique film.

  • Dan

    First contact was my favorite. The movie brought me a sense of wonder as a kid and the borg are such awesome villains.

  • Fabian

    Star Trek III: The Search for Spock

  • Jeffrey M Oman

    If forced to choose one? First Contact. It’s hard to choose though. Very hard.

  • Keith Homel

    First Contact – So much greatness in that movie!

  • Dennis Koch

    That would have to Star Trek The Undiscovered Country.

  • Mary Boltwood

    I think first contact is my favorite movie but it’s so hard to choose