Category: Review

[REVIEW] Kirk & Spock Talking Bluetooth Speakers

Collectible vinyl figures and wireless speakers are both incredibly popular right now. Los Angeles-based FameTek recently combined the two and released likenesses of Star Trek‘s Captain Kirk and Mr. Spock, both capable of Bluetooth audio. The 6-inch officially licensed talking figures are able to wirelessly stream from a...

[REVIEW] Remembering Leonard Nimoy

A gripping and heartfelt look into the life of Leonard Nimoy and the disease that ultimately took his life. After being photographed leaving an airport in a wheelchair breathing with the help of a nasal cannula, Leonard Nimoy appeared on CNN in February of 2014 to discuss his...

[REVIEW] Star Trek Sex

REVIEW: Star Trek Sex: Analyzing the Most Sexually Charged Episodes of The Original Series Star Trek is a franchise that fans and scholars have been dissecting for 50 years – and likely will continue doing so for 50 more. The opportunities for analysis run deeply through the various...

[REVIEW] The Roddenberry Vault On Blu-ray

Does the new collection of Star Trek: The Original Series material offer its own novel look into the legendary show? Star Trek, perhaps more so than most popular franchises, has been dissected to an incredible degree over the course of its 50-year history. Collectors and die-hard fans have...

[REVIEW] STAR TREK BEYOND Blu-ray, Digital HD

Star Trek Beyond is available today in multiple home video formats, including a Trilogy Collection, which includes all three “Kelvine Timeline” films, a standalone Blu-ray combo pack, a 3D Blu-ray, 4K Ultra-HD, DVD, plus Digital HD, through iTunes, Vudu and other content providers. Star Trek Beyond Blu-ray and...