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From the Couch Hole: There’s No Turning Back

Previously on FTCH, we had some Voodew and moonlight to see the hearty dippers. The story from the West Side showed ...
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From the Couch Hole: Got My Good Side On

Previously on FTCH, we had pebbles that were fruity and pretzels that were beer cheese. We had a skeleton crew, four ...
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Star Trek: The Motion Picture: The Director’s Edition 4K UHD Review: The Starship Ponderosa

Upon its release in 1979, Trekkies greeted Star Trek: The Motion Picture as an Event. Green-lit by Paramount in a ...
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Trekkies: 25th Anniversary Edition Blu-ray Review: It’s Logical to Them

Released in 1997, Trekkies is a documentary about Star Trek fandom, particularly as it was in the mid-'90s when the ...
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Star Trek: The Original 4-Movie Collection 4K Ultra HD Review: 4K, The Final Frontier

In celebration of the 55th anniversary of the debut of the Star Trek TV series this month, Paramount has released ...
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Book Review: The Autobiography of Kathryn Janeway, edited by Una McCormack

The Autobiography of Kathryn Janeway, by Una McCormack, is the third book in a series of planned Star Trek “autobiographies” ...
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Book Review: Star Trek: The Artistry of Dan Curry by Dan Curry and Ben Robinson

In Star Trek: The Artistry of Dan Curry by Dan Curry and Ben Robinson, the reader is constantly reminded that ...
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The Captains Collection Blu-ray Review: Exploring Star Trek with William Shatner

The Captains Collection is a four-disc set from Shout Factory! that presents four Star Trek-related documentaries written and directed by William Shatner ...
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The Toys That Made Us: Seasons 1 & 2 Collector’s Edition Blu-ray Review: This Is About Nostalgia

Ever have that experience of pulling a box out of the closet and finding a bunch of your old toys? ...
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What We Left Behind: Looking Back at Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Blu-ray Review

What We Left Behind, a riff on the title of the series finale "What You Leave Behind," finds Deep Space Nine showrunner ...
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Book Review: Star Trek: The Next Generation: Through the Mirror by Tipton, Tipton, et. al.

In the Star Trek franchise, there is a parallel universe dubbed the "Mirror Universe" where the evil Terran Empire, which rules through ...
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The Toys That Made Us: Season 1 & 2 DVD Review: An Informative, Entertaining TV Series

The Toys That Made Us is a Netflix documentary series that looks at the histories of famous toy lines. The seasons ...
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Book Review: Star Trek: Gold Key Archives, Volume 2

On its way to becoming a multimedia franchise, Star Trek first entered the world of comics by way of Gold Key, ...
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Book Review: Star Trek: New Visions Volume 1 & Issue #3 by John Byrne

John Byrne and IDW Publishing are presenting the lost missions of the Original Series Enterprise crew in the form of ...
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Book Review: Star Trek FAQ 2.0: Everything Left to Know about The Next Generation, the Movies, and Beyond by Mark Clark

Written by Greg Barbrick Sometimes I wonder if I am a “Trekkie,” or “Trekker.” What does it take exactly? A ...
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Star Trek: Into Darkness Blu-ray Review: The Wrath of Fans

Remember how in the original Star Trek film series the even-numbered movies were the best? Apparently the current revisionist Abramsverse ...
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Star Trek: Into Darkness Never Should Have Seen the Light of Day

After J.J. Abrams established a new timeline with Star Trek (2009) that would allow new stories to be told with ...
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Star Trek: Into Darkness Movie Review: Leads Into Dopiness and Damnableness

Spoilers are revealed throughout about Into Darkness because they need to be addressed in order to illustrate how truly terrible ...
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Star Trek (2009) Movie Review: A Weak Story with Plenty of Action

In 1994, Paramount transitioned the Star Trek movie franchise from the the Original Series cast to the Next Generation cast ...
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Star Trek: Nemesis Movie Review: The Wrath of Bad Moviemaking

At this point in the Trek film franchise, the makers of Star Trek had obviously given up on trying to ...
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Star Trek: Insurrection Movie Review: New Aliens, Age-old Problems

Star Trek: Insurrection was the third mission of the Next Generation crew on the silver screen. The movie found them ...
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Star Trek: First Contact Movie Review: Meeting New Friends and Killing Old Enemies

Being the second film for the Next Generation crew and the eighth film in the entire Star Trek franchise, things ...
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Star Trek: Generations Movie Review: Passing of the Torch

Written by Greg Barbrick “Kirk or Picard?” was one of the first questions Dr. Sheldon Cooper asked Dr. Leonard Hofsteder ...
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Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country Review: Retirement is Truly the Final Frontier

After the abysmal critical and fan reception of Star Trek V, they had originally planned for the next film in ...
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Star Trek V: The Final Frontier Movie Review: A Good Idea with No Payoff

In the opening of the fifth installment of the Star Trek franchise we find the Enterprise-A and her crew engaged ...
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Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home Movie Review: Like, Totally Awesome

Written by Michael Nazarewycz Like most folks my age, I was introduced to the original Star Trek series when I ...
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Star Trek III: The Search for Spock Movie Review: You Can’t Keep a Good Vulcan Down

As a life-long Star Trek fan it's almost impossible to say there has ever been a bad Star Trek film. ...
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Fathom Events Presents Star Trek: The Next Generation: The Best of Both Worlds

For those non-Star Trek fans; "The Best of Both Worlds," a two-part cliffhanger that ended season three and opened season ...
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Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan Movie Review: Classic Storytelling

Written by Greg Barbrick For this fan, the greatest Star Trek movie of all time is Star Trek II: The ...
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Star Trek: The Motion Picture Review: Boldly Going Where They’ve Gone Before

As the May 17 release date for Star Trek Into Darkness approaches, it seemed like the perfect time for the ...
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Fathom Events Presents Star Trek: The Next Generation: A Season Two Celebration

It's hard to believe that it's been 25 years since Captain Picard (Patrick Stewart) and the crew of the Enterprise-D ...
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The Lieutenant: The Complete Series Part One DVD Review: Gene Roddenberry’s First TV Series

The Lieutenant, the first TV series written and produced by Gene Roddenberry, aired on NBC during the 1963-64 TV season. ...
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The Lieutenant: The Complete Series Part Two DVD Review: Gene Roddenberry Sows the Seeds of Star Trek

Written by Greg Barbrick The Lieutenant was the first TV series created by legendary Star Trek guru Gene Roddenberry. The ...
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Trek Nation Movie Review: The Search for Dad

In attempt to find out more about the father he lost at 17 and the science-fiction empire he built, Rod ...
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Star Trek: The Next Generation Cast Reunites at Calgary Expo 2012

Star Trek: The Next Generation (Syndicated) season 1 Fall 1987 Shown: Wil Wheaton (as Wesley Crusher), Denise Crosby (as Tasha ...
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The Captains DVD Review: William Shatner Logs Interviews with Peers

William Shatner has written and directed this compilation of interviews and brief glimpses into the lives of the six actors, ...
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Book Review: Star Wars vs. Star Trek: Could the Empire Kick the Federation’s Ass? (And Other Galaxy-Shaking Enigmas)

Written by Mary K. Williams One might think that the average sci-fi fan would have equal love for the beloved ...
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