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Destination Star Trek heading to Germany in 2018

It has been announced today that Destination Star Trek, Europe’s Official Convention for Star Trek fans, will return to Germany on 27th to 29th April 2018 at The Messe Westfallenhallen in Dortmund to celebrate over 50 years of the franchise.

Destination Star Trek is a fully immersive experience where fans can meet their heroes from the show, have photos with them and get autographs, listen to their amazing stories and even step foot on the Bridge of the star ship Enterprise itself.

Star Trek legend, William ‘Captain Kirk’ Shatner will be headlining the whole weekend, meeting fans, posing for photos and signing autographs. He will be joined by a reunion of many of the main cast from Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, which celebrates its 25th Anniversary in 2018 – due to appear so far is Nana Visitor, Rene Auberjonois, Terry Farrell, Nicole De Boer, Max Grodenchik, Aron Eisenberg, Jeffrey Combs, Casey Biggs,
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‘Star Trek’ Actress Terry Farrell Gets Engaged To Leonard Nimoy’s Son!

  • ET Canada
A fun new engagement might be all the rave with Trekkies. Terry Farrell, who played the joined Trill Jadzia Dax on “Star Trek: Deep Space Nine”, is now engaged to Adam Nimoy, television director and son of “Star Trek” legend Leonard Nimoy! The out of this cosmos news was first broken by film critic and […]
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For the Love of Spock! Star Trek's Terry Farrell Engaged to Leonard Nimoy's Son Adam

  • PEOPLE.com
For the Love of Spock! Star Trek's Terry Farrell Engaged to Leonard Nimoy's Son Adam
It’s a match made in deep space!

Adam Nimoy, television director and son of the iconic Leonard Nimoy, is engaged to Star Trek: Deep Space Nine alum Terry Farrell — news that is sure to delight Star Trek fans around the world.

Film critic and fellow Trekkie Scott Mantz first reported the couple’s updated relationship status in a tweet on Friday.

“Rt Breaking News!! How’s This for #StarTrek Royalty?? Terry Farrell & Adam Nimoy are Engaged!! May their love & union Llap!!,” Mantz tweeted along with a heart and Vulcan salute emoji.

When a Twitter user responded with the question,
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Star Trek's Terry Farrell Engaged to Leonard Nimoy's Son Adam Nimoy

Star Trek's Terry Farrell Engaged to Leonard Nimoy's Son Adam Nimoy
Okay, Trekkies, get ready to geek out at this beautiful news... Don't tell Worf, but Terry Farrell, who played fan-favorite character Jadzia Dax on the '90s series Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, is engaged to Adam Nimoy, the son of late Star Trek legend Leonard Nimoy, aka Spock. Film critic and Trekkie Scott Mantz first reported the news on Twitter Friday. Terry confirmed it Saturday. "Serious? Not fake news? Baby will be 1/16 Vulcan," wrote Twitter user @sepulrah, to which the 53-year-old actress responded, "Lol nope Not Fake news!" "It's for real," she added. Terry, who is also known for her past role on Becker, and Adam, a...
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Newswire: Star Trek: Deep Space Nine documentary will boldly move forward with filming

  • The AV Club
Last month, we brought you news that Star Trek: Deep Space Nine writer and showrunner Ira Steven Behr was raising money for a documentary that would explore “the changing legacy” of the series. Behr was inspired to reunite with fellow DS9 writers Ronald D. Moore, Rene Echevarria, and Hans Beimler to imagine what an eighth season would have brought, as well as write a whole new episode. Well, fans will soon learn exactly What We Left Behind, as Indiewire reports the documentary has just surpassed its fundraising goal.

Behr & Co. were initially seeking $150,000 to film their documentary, but DS9 fans showed up en masse and boosted donations to well over $600,000. Those extra funds mean What We Left Behind will have a 90-minute runtime instead of the planned 60 minutes. There will be cast interviews with the likes of Terry Farrell, Michael Dorn, Nana Visitor, Colm ...
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Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Writers Reassemble & Conceive a New Episode

  • TVSeriesFinale
Star Trek fans are in for a treat. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the creative team behind Deep Space Nine has reconvened for a new documentary.Part of the long-running sci-fi franchise, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine starred Avery Brooks, Nana Visitor, René Auberjonois, Alexander Siddig, Terry Farrell, Nicole de Boer, Michael Dorn, Colm Meaney, Cirroc Lofton, and Armin Shimerman. The syndicated series ran for seven seasons before ending in 1999.Read More…
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Blu-ray Review: Arrow Video’s Hellraiser: The Scarlet Box Limited Edition Trilogy

  • DailyDead
Arrow Video wants fans to experience the pleasures contained within their recent The Scarlet Box limited edition set featuring the first three Hellraiser films in HD as well as a bounty of special features that will keep you busy for hours on end. If you’ve been looking to add Clive Barker’s influential and unforgettable original Hellraiser film—or its first two sequels—to your home media collections, you can’t go wrong with The Scarlet Box.

Some things have to be endured. That’s what makes the pleasure so sweet.

Barker’s Hellraiser, which celebrates its 30th anniversary this year, pushed the boundaries of cinematic horror in ways audiences had never experienced before. Based on his novella The Hellbound Heart, Barker’s feature film adaptation introduces us to Frank Cotton (Sean Chapman), whose soul is transported to a hellish dimension after acquiring a mysterious puzzle box that summons demonic forces.
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Star Trek The Next Generation: 10 great guest performances

Juliette Harrisson Nov 8, 2016

We salute some of the finest guest stars of Star Trek: The Next Generation.

Some episodes of television are elevated by the performance of the regular actors, and with a star of the calibre of Patrick Stewart, Star Trek: The Next Generation is not short of such episodes. Equally important, however, are the performances of guest actors brought in for a one-off appearance who elevate any scenes in which they take part and work with the regular actors to create something really memorable. This list celebrates some of those performances.

See related Arrow season 5 exclusive: Kevin Smith talks Onomatopoeia The Flash season 3: featurette teases new costumes Legends Of Tomorrow season 2: trailer teases 1980s episode Supergirl season 2: Kevin Smith's behind-the-scenes video

N.B. This list is celebrating guest performers who came in for one, or at most two, guest performances as a specific character
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Trieste Science+Fiction Festival to Open with Morgan, Rutger Hauer to Receive Award

The northeast corner of Italy will be a hotbed of science fiction and fantastic cinema as the Trieste Science+Fiction Festival takes over Trieste, November 1st to 6th. Morgan, Luke Scott's (son of Ridley) feature film debut about science once again attempting to intefere with nature, wil open the festival for its Italian premiere. Rutger Hauer, an actor whose has been a mainstay of fantastic cinema for fourty years, will be the guest of honour to receive the Urania d’Argento Award. It wouldn't be a sci-fi festival without a celebration of the 50th anniversary of Star Trek. Adam Nimoy will be in attendance with his documentary about his father, For the Love of Spock; joining him will be Terry Farrell, better known as Dax from Star...

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Event Review – Destination Star Trek: Europe 2016

Tony Black reports from Destination Star Trek: Europe 2016…

Star Trek @ 50. Why hasn’t more of a fuss been made? That’s been on many Trekkie thoughts over the course of this year. Sure, Star Trek Beyond hit cinemas and Star Trek: Discovery is about to start filming, but celebrations of the landmark birthday for, arguably, the most iconic television series in history have been surprisingly scant. Hailing Destination: Star Trek Europe, which lowered its shields for the third time since 2012 for a massive, three-day celebration of all things Star Trek at the National Exhibition Centre outside Birmingham – and I was lucky enough to snaffle a press pass & beam my way onto the bridge.

Sadly, I wasn’t quite lucky enough to be there from the press-exclusive outset due to the pesky job I have to maintain, but I did have a few Section 31 agents on the ground who I
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The History of Lgbtq Representation in Star Trek

For 50 years, the many incarnations of Star Trek have been boldly going where other shows wouldn’t.

The recent announcement that Hikaru Sulu (John Cho) will be gay in this weekend’s third installment of the Star Trek reboot films has garnered intense attention, contention, and debate. Many jilted fan boys have cried foul over director Jason Lin and writer Simon Pegg’s decision to pay homage to the original Sulu George Takei, claiming that it ruins the integrity of the character. Many have rejoiced in the “first” Lgbtq character in the franchise. Both of these camps are misguided. Star Trek has always been a place for Lgbtq representation — even when studios and public opinion refused to allow it to be overt.

Star Trek: The Original Series was groundbreaking in many ways. It was the vehicle through which one of the first televised interracial kisses occurred between Captain Kirk (William Shatner) and Lieutenant Uhura (Nichelle Nichols). The
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‘Star Trek’ Wants to Regulate Fan Culture, But It’s Not Going to Be Easy

‘Star Trek’ Wants to Regulate Fan Culture, But It’s Not Going to Be Easy
As of September 8, “Star Trek” will have officially been a part of American pop culture for 50 years, and it has one of the most robust and passionate fandoms in pop culture history. Fandom is basically a synonym for love — and “Star Trek” is currently in the process of telling some fans how to express their love.

It has been, to be frank, a bit of a mess.

How One Fan Film Set Things Off

In May 2016, one of the nerdiest things ever written was filed with the United States District Court. In a ruling by Judge R. Gary Klausner, His Honor declared that a lawsuit filed by Paramount Pictures and CBS Studios should proceed, because:

“Although the Court declines to address whether Plaintiffs’ Claims will prosper at this time, the Court does find Plaintiffs’ claims will live long enough to survive Defendants’ Motion to Dismiss.”

This followed many pages of
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‘Star Trek’ Wants to Regulate Fan Culture, But It’s Not Going to Be Easy

  • Indiewire
‘Star Trek’ Wants to Regulate Fan Culture, But It’s Not Going to Be Easy
As of September 8, “Star Trek” will have officially been a part of American pop culture for 50 years, and it has one of the most robust and passionate fandoms in pop culture history. Fandom is basically a synonym for love — and “Star Trek” is currently in the process of telling some fans how to express their love.

It has been, to be frank, a bit of a mess.

How One Fan Film Set Things Off

In May 2016, one of the nerdiest things ever written was filed with the United States District Court. In a ruling by Judge R. Gary Klausner, His Honor declared that a lawsuit filed by Paramount Pictures and CBS Studios should proceed, because:

“Although the Court declines to address whether Plaintiffs’ Claims will prosper at this time, the Court does find Plaintiffs’ claims will live long enough to survive Defendants’ Motion to Dismiss.”

This followed many pages of
See full article at Indiewire »

Blu-ray Review – Hellraiser – The Scarlet Box Limited Edition Trilogy

Hellraiser – The Scarlet Box Limited Edition Trilogy

Directed by Clive Barker/Tony Randel/Anthony Hickox.

Starring Andrew Robinson, Clare Higgins, Doug Bradley , Ashley Laurence, Nicholas Vince, Simon Bamford, Barbie Wilde, Sean Chapman, Kenneth Cranham, Oliver Parker, Terry Farrell, Kevin Bernhardt, Oliver Smith, Grace Kirby, Paula Marshall, Ken Carpenter, Imogen Boorman, William Hope.

Synopsis:

The first three films in the Hellraiser series are given a new lease of life in an expansive Blu-ray box set, courtesy of Arrow Video.

To say that this release has been highly anticipated in the horror community since it was first announced several months ago would be something of an understatement; in fact, it would be a total lie as once it was announced that Clive Barker’s classic Hellraiser and its two immediate sequels were getting a 2K restoration then October 26th 2015 became judgement day for anybody with an appreciation for Barker’s masterpiece and the mythology it spawned,
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Review: "Hellraiser: The Scarlet Box Limited Edition Trilogy 1987-1992", UK Blu-ray Release From Arrow Films

  • CinemaRetro
By Darren Allison

Hellraiser: The Scarlet Box Limited Edition Trilogy 1987-1992 Directed by Clive Barker, Tony Randel, Anthony Hickox, Starring Doug Bradley, Andy Robinson, Ashley Laurence, Claire Higgins, Kenneth Cranham, Terry Farrell, Kevin Bernhardt. Arrow Blu-ray 4 Disc, Released on 26th October 2015.

Stephen King was once quoted as saying: “I have seen the future of horror… his name is Clive Barker.” The future became a reality when, in 1987, Barker unleashed his directorial debut Hellraiser, launching a hit franchise and creating an instant horror icon in the formidable figure of Pinhead.

Arrow’s beautifully produced Hellraiser: The Scarlet Box, has arguably for the first time, been afforded the prestige it fully deserves. The collection works very nicely in deed, mainly because its focus revolves around creator Clive Barker’s involvement in the franchise. Whilst Barker had a small interest in the fourth instalment Hellraiser IV: Bloodline, it would be the
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Get Ready for Dallas Comic Con Fan Days This Weekend!

  • Cinelinx
February is here again and that means super heroes and sci-fi characters will descend upon the Irving Convention Center for the annual Dallas Comic Con Fan Days. For two days, thousands of pop and geek culture enthusiasts will be in their comfort zone as some of today’s hottest actors and artists come together in celebration of everything they love.

The main media focuses of this year’s event are Arrow, Doctor Who, Star Trek, The Nightmare Before Christmas, and Power Rangers Megaforce. Enthusiasts of The Walking Dead, Stargate Sg-1, and Buffy the Vampire Slayer have reason to get excited as well.

Celebrities who are attending include Colin Baker and Alex Kingston of Doctor Who fame. The Emerald Archer himself, Stephen Amell, is accompanied by co-stars David Ramsey and John Barrowman from DC Comics and the CW’s hit show Arrow. Original Uhura, Nichelle Nichols, and Terry Farrell are the
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The Dusty VHS Corner: Anthony Hickox, from Sundown to Full Eclipse

In the latest edition of The Dusty VHS Corner, Tom Jolliffe looks at the films of Anthony Hickox

Director Anthony Hickox comes from a strong cinematic lineage. His father, Douglas Hickox was also a director (Zulu Dawn, Theatre of Blood) whilst his mother is critically lauded editor Anne V. Coates (Lawrence of Arabia). A career in the film industry seemed destined, even if his start would require a lot of persistence and a lot of luck.

His debut film Waxwork almost didn’t see the light of day. Hickox met the producer, Staffan Ahrenherg when he crashed his car into the back of Ahrenberg’s. With barely a penny to his name, Hickox managed to persuade Ahrenberg to let him pay for the damage by letting him write a script for him on the cheap. Ahrenberg agreed, and Waxwork was written by Hickox in three days. The script was rejected from almost every studio,
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TV highlights 13/02/2014

  • The Guardian - TV News
Rugby League: Warrington Wolves v St Helens | The Kidnapping Of Shergar | Inspector George Gently | Bible Hunters | Big Ballet | The Brits Who Built The Modern World | Manhunt | Southland

Rugby League: Warrington Wolves v St Helens

7.30pm, Sky Sports 1

Warrington came so close to glory last season: runners-up in the league and beaten finalists in the playoffs, they were seen off in the semi-finals of the Challenge Cup as well. But the Wolves squad is still one of the strongest in the league, even with the departure of Adrian Morley to Salford, and going one better isn't beyond them. St Helens will want to bounce back from a fairly poor campaign, but will need to be patient with their youthful squad. Lanre Bakare

The Kidnapping Of Shergar

8pm, Channel 5

Even by the grim standards of Northern Ireland's Troubles, it was a singularly bizarre and cruel crime: the 1983 kidnapping of Shergar, prodigious winner
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Go Back To School Thursday Night at Schlafly Bottleworks with Rodney Dangerfield

“Bring us a pitcher of beer every seven minutes until somebody passes out. And then bring one every ten minutes.”

Back To School is screening at 7pm this Thursday, September 5th at Schlafly Bottleworks – 7260 Southwest Ave St Louis, Mo 63143. Doors open at 6:30pm. It’s a fundraiser for Helping Kids Together

Back To School (1986) features Rodney Dangerfield in lovably crass form as Thornton Melon, a motormouth millionaire who enrolls in college to watch over his downtrodden son. He has the money, he has the confidence, but mostly he has the best lines:

“What lovely girls. How would you like a life of luxury and deceit?”

“We were doomed from the start. I’m an Earth sign. She’s a Water sign. Together, we made mud.”

“With the shape I’m in you could donate my body to science fiction.”

“Poetry is your favorite subject? Maybe you can help me straighten out my Longfellow.
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Snuffed Out: TV Series That Were Gone Too Soon

The fate of Gcb, one of our favorite new shows, will be decided in the next few weeks, and right now, there's a 50/50 chance it'll survive. If it does get canceled, at least it'll instantly become a member of what we'll call the Arrested Development/Freaks & Geeks/Firefly club. Shows that were canceled before their time, and have gained cult status since they left the airwaves.

All of those programs have rabid enthusiastic followers, and in the case of Firefly and Arrested Development, that fan enthusiasm has directly led to big screen resurrections.

We're hoping Gcb gets a renewal, but while we wait, let's take a look at a few other shows throughout the years that were unfairly snuffed out, and picture ... what might have been.

Pushing Daisies

ABC (October 3, 2007 – June 13, 2009)

Featuring a stellar cast, including Lee Pace, the incomparable Kristin Chenoweth, and Anna Friel as Dead Zooey Deschanel, Pushing Daisies
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