The Filmlosophers and Ensign Amy are blinded by the light -or should we say lens flare. Joined by host of The Capeless Crusaders David “Doc” Barrie, the crew “reflects” on the middle entry from J.J. Abrams’ sci-fi trilogy as they dig deep in 2013’s Star Trek Into Darkness.
The Vulcanized Vulcans take a hard look at what could possibly be the beginning of the end for the director’s efforts to reboot the beloved franchise. Has this sequel flown too close to the sun with its direct ties and parallels to its obvious inspiration, Wrath of Khan? Or has Abrams given fans a new perspective on this story? Revive your Tribbles and find out in this week's special episode of The Filmosphers!
The Filmlosophers and Ensign Amy warp to their next destination in a parallel universe as they embrace the master of the lens flare director J.J. Abrams’ fresh take in Star Trek (2009).
The Romanticized Romulans discuss how this reboot checks off a lot of the boxes many fans didn’t know they needed to check. But does this watered-down Shatner-ness of Kirk really satisfy fans of the franchise? Or has this film only ushered in a new age of Star Trek that fans can actually unanimously get behind? Set your phasers to stun and find out in this week's special episode of The Filmosphers!
The Filmlosophers and Ensign Amy beam back to the Multiverse where no man has gone before, as they dust off their phasers in celebration of Star Trek Month with a review of the most divisive film of the franchise, Star Trek: Nemesis.
Our Crew of Red Shirts takes an opinionated view on their first movie of the month, a much-derided film that many fans blame for the death of the franchise for several years. But does this thought still hold regarding the beloved series? Or is this just another case of a fanbase overreacting to the film’s outcome?
Find out in this week's special episode of The Filmosphers!