If you’re going to make it easy for people to spread spoilers about, wouldn’t you want your quality of spoiler to be better than this?
Michael Moran will tell you why Spock shines brightest in the Star Trek universe.
There was one shot in Star Trek Into Darkness that particularly annoyed me, so we talk about that. And also Konga, the B-movie non-classic that I can’t help but recommend.
You might be in time to get tickets to a Star Trek Into Darkness preview. Let us know if you do.
Some informal banter between a pair of Star Wars fans, ironically filmed as part of the ongoing Star Trek Into Darkness promotion.
And what about Benedict Cumberbatch? Will we be seeing him return?
Michael Moran has been to see the new Star Trek movie for us. His 1,000 word mission – to seek out new ways of telling you what this film’s like without spoiling the plot. To boldly go where no reviewer has gone before.
We’ve known for a long time that there are Klingons in Star Trek Into Darkness. Nobody’s mentioned them much lately, though. Not entirely sure why.
Presumably because Peter Bernstein and Ian Fraser will be busy, JJ Abrams is expecting the score to his Star Wars episode to come from saga stalwart, John Williams.
There’s a certain sort of supervillain showdown we’ve been seeing a lot of lately. Why has this kind of staging become so fashionable? And how is it useful?
Don’t expect any spoilers, mind. This is Mr. Mystery Box.
In case nobody had pointed this out to you, JJ Abrams’ tastes in space adventure, right down to the fx design and soundscaping of it, err towards the Star Wars side of things.
Ahead of the Star Trek Into Darkness premiere we were just talking about, here’s a decent-sized clip from the film. This comes from pretty early on, and sets up one of the key turning points in the narrative.
Do you really want to know if John Harrison is an alias for Khan, or Robert April, or a time travelling Jean-Luc Picard?
That John Harrison chap, or Khan, or whoever, has borrowed some tricks from General Zod.
I guess that the marketeers feel that the benefits of using this spectacle as audience bait will outweigh any effect on word of mouth that keeping it secret might have had.