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The Final Frontier Revisited (2004)

Classic Star Trek Fan Film!


Brian Dellis


Brian Dellis


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Credited cast:
Brian Dellis Brian Dellis ... Co-Captain Jim Saxford
Matthew Feeney ... Chief Engineer O'Malley
Derk Hansen Derk Hansen ... The Singing Cowboy
Paul Rudeen Paul Rudeen ... Co-Captain Paul Elsworth
Ken Wieken Ken Wieken ... Mr. Sakk


The Crew of the USS St. Paul has encountered a subspace wormhole and finds itself transported back to 1873 Hastings, Minnesota. Join co-Captain's Paul Elsworth and Jim Saxford as they battle the life and times of the pioneer Midwest. The evil town Marhsall Zacarius Hudson wants nothing to do with "these men from the moon." It is the classic battle of good verses evil as the brave Federation crew, led by the stoic large Vulcan Mr. Sakk and the heroic Irishman Engineer Agnus O'Malley adapt to the crude technology of the 19th century. To complicate matters, it turns out that Marshall Hudson is also Captain Elsworth's great, great, great, great, great, great grandfather. Did we mention the Klingons have just landed in Iowa! Full speed ahead Mr. O'Malley! Written by DVD Jacket Cover - reprinted with permission

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At the end of tomorrow there lies no yesterday


Sci-Fi | Short







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Minnesota, USA


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$1,000 (estimated)
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But Not Quite Bad Enough to be Good
8 April 2009 | by MrWall21See all my reviews

I think any reasonably social Star Trek fan (something more common now with the internet) knows a few other fans who don't quite get it. Sure, they've seen every episode at least twice, own every version of every movie as well as a few too many "technical manuals", but they would be hard-pressed to write a story of their own; not just for lack of writing talent, but for lack of any understanding of what Star Trek is about. This movie doesn't "get it" at all, and is worse than the worst of Enterprise. It at once abandons any semblance of a "Star Trek" story or message as well as any message or concept of its own. If the 300 pound man with Vulcan ears isn't enough to tell you the creators are on the wrong track, the ending will slap you in the face worse than any cinematic prank ever pulled by David Lynch. Not that this movie is as creative as David Lynch, but it will give you a similar sense of betrayal and wasted time.

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