Wrath of Khan

As I mention in this post a few weeks back, Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan is heading back to theaters to celebrate its 35th anniversary with a showing of the Director's Cut of the movie.

That post talked about showings only happening in AMC theaters, but it looks like there'll be a wider …

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Wrath of Khan

Starting on September 10th, in honor of its 35th anniversary, AMC Theaters will be showing The Wrath of Khan on the big screen again.

The running time of the movie is listed at 130 minutes, so it looks like the extended director's cut that was released in June 2016 is what's being shown.

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Leonard Nimoy as Mr. Spock

I originally posted this article on Home Cinema Addict but since it's Star Trek related, it seemed fitting to repost it here:

Leonard Nimoy, an icon of Science Fiction died today in Bel-Air, Los Angeles, California, aged 83. He had been suffering from chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. He revealed he was suffering from the disease …

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As early as the 2260s, Federation Type 2 Phasers were characterized by an unmistakably gun-like appearance. Varying in color from black and white, gray and black, and gray and copper combination, the 2260s model (Original Series Model_ featured identifiable barrel and trigger structures, with an elongated handle/power pack capable of being quickly swapped out and …

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While the Original Series movies have been out on DVD for quite some time, including in Special Editions, this collection sees the 6 TOS movies released on Blu-Ray for the first time.

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Image quality is variable due to the film stock used the the time, with later movies in the …

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If you're of my vintage, you'll have grown up watching original runs of the original Star Trek episodes. In fact, "The Devil in the Dark" episode was the very first program on TV I saw in color!

People seem to have the greatest allegiance to the show they grew up with. It was Next Gen …

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