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This is important. The future of all Star Trek fan productions are at stake. David Gerrold has said it better than anyone I have read. Before you proceed, whether you are for or against Axanar, please read his words.

Below are the exact words from David Gerrold .......


So let me talk about the lawsuit against Axanar, by CBS and Paramount.
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by James - Oct 15th, 2011 7:38 pm

I have always wanted to do this, and I'm sure you have too. And now it is easier than ever before! Thanks to NetFlix online streaming videos, we can now make a list like this possible.

I have put together a list of all TOS episodes, sorted them by star date, and added direct links to each episode on NetFlix.
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by James - Feb 5th, 2011 3:22 pm

I just watched Star Trek: The Motion Picture on Netflix Watch-it-now. This particular version of the movie appears to be the original, not the director's cut with the new CG special effects. The picture quality is still very good and the music and sound effects are very cool. If you've never seen this movie, take into consideration that back in 1979, they were trying to introduce the Star Trek universe to an audience that had never seen Star Trek before, while at the same time they wanted to give something to the fans that had made Star Trek a cult phenomenon over the last decade. As such, the first half of the movie is mostly exposition, introducing the characters and the technology. They also wanted to show that the Enterprise was not 100% functional and was not the same Enterprise as from the TV show. You could say they wanted to "reimagine" Star Trek without breaking the continuity with the TV show. The second half of the movie is classic Star Trek. Although the plot may seem familiar to anyone who as seen The Changeling, the theme is quite different.
by James - Mar 24th, 2008 9:11 pm Updated 01/19/2016

Star Trek New Voyages is now known as Star Trek: Phase II

"Star Trek: Phase II Executive Producer James Cawley has spent the last week in California and three days of that time on the set of the new Star Trek movie as the guest of Producer / Director J.J. Abrams. A chance meeting on the Paramount lot resulted in Cawley being invited to tour the Trek movie set by Abrams. After several days on the lot, and hours talking with Abrams, Cawley admitted he was extremely optimistic about the film and enthusiastic about Abrams approach to the new movie due out this December. Cawley said that Abrams is extraordinarily focused on maintaining the philosophy of Star Trek and Gene Roddenberry's vision of the future, and that he is showing a reverent approach to the project and characters."

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by James - Feb 8th, 2008 11:28 pm
Star Trek: New Voyages Home Page

Star Trek Continues with season 4. See the New Voyages of Kirk, Spock and Bones on the original Starship Enterprise!

Say what you want about fan films, but these guys have the support of professional writers and actors from the Original Series. The stories are great, and the special effects are superb and the acting.. is getting better! Their productions are not small scale. See them on the full recreation of the Enterprise bridge, built by hand from the original blue prints. These guys are serious. Watch their episodes.

Yes! That is George Takei, reprising his role as Lt. Sulu. This is a must see episode! Watch World Enough and Time right now on your PC!! What are you waiting for?? Watch it!!
by James - Feb 4th, 2008 9:15 pm Updated 01/19/2016

Stone Trek

This is Star Trek the way Fred and Wilma would have seen it!! Take a time-travel trip back to the stone ages and see how cavemen boldly went where no cave man had gone before! Created by Brian Matthews, this mini-cartoon series brings you a Hanna Barbera style cartoon that is something of a parody mash-up of Star Trek and the Flintstones. I love it! Give it a try, won't you?
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