Like most fans, there are few Star Trek novels I keep telling myself I should get around to reading. Sarek. Imazadi. But the book I most looked forward to reading and procrastinated the most was The Lost Years.
Thrill as Matthew McConaughey fights Matt Damon on the ice planet! Wait, did I say "thrill"? I meant "yawn".
Somehow we return to review Christopher Nolan's sci-fi film, Interstellar.
Secure your five-point harness as we dive in, finding the writing as much of a hole as the one the character's orbit. And don't worry, if the film seems long, it's longer to everyone outside the theater. Relativity you know.
It goes without saying that I love Star Trek. I 'll proudly say that I 've watched every movie, every episode, of every series. Yes, even Voyager, although by the end I felt I was doing so on principle. I 've read a couple of Star Trek novels in my youth, but they were never a big part of my fandom.
They just had to give Ridley Scott a budget, didn't they?
In this Theater-going we watch the sci-horror classic Alien and then drive over to the nearest theater and watch Ridley Scott's newest...ehem...classic, Prometheus. That's right, it's Aliens vs. Engineers on this episode of the Filmmonger Podcast!