Star Trek

  • Next Star Trek date announced, with no director

    Time to save the date! Word is out that the sequel to the JJ Abrams Star Trek movie will be out on July 29th, 2012. What we don’t know as of yet is exactly who the director will be. That’s right, despite the fact that JJ Abrams pretty much made the Star Trek relaunch work through pure force of will, he will not be returning to direct. That’s a bit worrisome, considering… Read More

  • Star Trek wetsuit lets you boldly go where few have gone before

    The Star Trek wetsuit finally lets you couple your love for Star Trek with your love for SCUBA. No longer must you be shackled in a plain, boring wetsuit when you make your dives. Now you can wear a stylish suit that demonstrates your geek cred to all your diving buddies. Available in Command Yellow, Science Blue, and Engineering Red! Read More

  • This Star Trek scene makes no sense – and that’s a good thing

    Take a scene from Star Trek: The Next Generation, replace the actual spoken words with words that match the movements of the actors’ mouths pretty well, and you have this. It’s actually entertaining, I promise. There’s some NSFW language – just an FYI. Read More

  • Ladies, don’t let guys have all the fun – Star Trek perfume is here

    When Star Trek cologne was unveiled to the world in late July, the odds were officially stacked against females. How in the world would they be able to resist any man wearing Star Trek cologne? It can’t be done. Well, that playing field has been absolutely leveled with the recent introduction of Star Trek perfume. Read More

  • Animated musical Star Trek lamp

    Ah, perfect. Use your Star Trek cologne to woo the ladies and then wow the ones you bring home with this $100 Star Trek bedside lamp from Hammacher Schlemmer. Read More

  • Captain Kirk's missing scene from JJ's Star Trek

    William Shatner did have a part in the new Star Trek as it turns out. It wasn’t a major role like Leonard Nimoy’s, but rather a recording that Nimoy’s Spock would give to the younger Spock at the end of the film. It obviously never made the film but I somewhat wish it had. Read More

  • Star Trek Blu-ray release earns a perfect score at Blu-ray.com

    We all know that the new Star Trek was the best movie of all time – I’m serious – but how about the upcoming Blu-ray release? Well, Blu-ray.com takes Blu-ray releases and grades them on four levels: Movie, Video, Audio, and Extras. The upcoming Star Trek release scored a perfect five out of five in each category. Yeah, it’s that awesome. Read More

  • Video: Wil Wheaton's Star Trek cameo

    Did you know that Will Wheaton was in JJ’s Star Trek? He just went public with the secret cameo voice overs and details the entire experience on his personal blog. If you’re even the slightest Star Trek fan, click over and read the whole thing. It’s awesome to me that he was so honored and humbled to do just voice over work in the new movie even though he played such a major… Read More

  • Star Trek, Transformers 2 Xbox 360 bundles on the way to the UK

    There’s two new Xbox 360 bundles coming your way, UK. To mark the arrival of Transformers 2 and Star Trek to DVD (and Blu-ray), Gem and Paramount pictures have put together these blurry bundles. Read More

  • Whatever happened to the Klingons, anyway

    There was one race conspicuously missing from the J.J. Abrams Star Trek film: the Klingons. They were filmed, but the scene with them questioning Nero was cut for whatever reason. The good news is, in this day and age deleted scenes rarely stay deleted for long. Case in point, SpikeTV just revealed a deleted scene where we do get to see the Klingons, and they ain’t happy with Nero. This… Read More

  • Star Trek onesies for young nerdlings

    While scores of parents the world over may worry endlessly about the distinct possibility of their children growing up nerdly, I say get ‘em started early with stuff like these Star Trek onesies. Read More

  • Star Trek communicator cloth one step closer to reality, still won't beam you up

    Many gadgets we use today were inspired by the fictional gadgets in Star Trek. Communicators inspired cell phones, tablet computers were inspired by the datapads that crew members carried, the medical scanners like Bones used in sick bay are becoming a reality as well. And now some Finns are hard at work at making the badge communicators happen, by making your clothes into the antenna such a… Read More

  • Don't forget, Star Trek returns to IMAX today


    Kiddies, you must go to your local IMAX theater and see Star Trek during its two week re-run. Even if you saw it the first time around on a standard screen. Trust me, it’s so worth it on an IMAX screen. Click through for a list of the participating IMAX screens. Read More

  • Star Trek to return to IMAX theaters this Friday!!!

    Did you see Star Trek. You had to see Star Trek. It was tits. But if you missed it the first time around or you need something to do for your anniversary, JJ Abrams’ Star Trek will be re-released in 85 IMAX theaters this Friday. Read More

  • Star Trek tricorder media player

    People have been trying to come up with a working tricorder for years, and while this latest product may not be able to analyze an ore sample or check a patient’s heartrate, it will play the latest Kraftwerk single. Read More

  • Video: A touchable hologram

    The Star Trek Enterprise’s holideck is now one tiny step closer to becoming a reality. Check out the video above to see an interactive holigram that can provide quasi-tactical feedback using ultrasonic waves. Now it’s just a matter of time now before we’re playing cowboys and indians with Data and Geordi La Forge. Read More

  • Mothers, lock up your daughters — Star Trek cologne is here

    Here’s a new one: Star Trek cologne. Called Red Shirt, it carries the tagline “Because tomorrow may never come.” I guess if you’re gonna die out in deep space, you might as well smell terriffic. Read More

  • Why should there not be Star Trek PEZ flash drives?

    Take your Star Trek fandom to the next level with these custom made Star Trek PEZ…USB drives. You know you want them. Your two friends would be so jealous. 2GB drive for only $25. Read More

  • Video tour of Star Trek: The Exhibition at Philadelphia's Franklin Institute

    Jeff Victor of STARFLEET, the International Star Trek Fan Association, recently showed me around the 12,500-foot Star Trek exhibit at Philadelphia’s Franklin Institute. We laughed, we cried, we played a little Dabo. Good times indeed. Read More

  • Star Trek devices that resemble present-day gadgets

    The Franklin Institute in Philadelphia is currently running a Star Trek exhibit with all sorts of whimsical items from the various TV shows and movies. A few devices, in particular, look mighty familiar to present-day gadgets. Read More