Should anyone be surprised that Buster Keaton movies will still make humans and other species laugh well into the 32nd century? That was the future as portrayed on last week’s episode of Star Trek: Discovery. The USS Discovery’s Captain Saru (Doug Jones) knows his crew is a little bummed at being booted ahead a millennium.
Like a time traveling series searching for the right worm hole, Star Trek: Discovery is finally back for a third season. I’ve seen the first episode, and damn if it doesn’t boldly go. Now, as mentioned here before, I’m not a traditional Star Trek fan. I therefore do not have the usual “prime directive” violation
It has been a year-and-a-half since Star Trek: Discovery last boldly went on it’s most recent TV voyage. It finally returns Thursday with 13 new episodes on CTV Sci-Fi Channel as well as CBS AllAccess. In addition, Crave will start streaming it Friday The shot-in-Toronto series has sat so long the calendar has almost caught
There was something very Cold War creepy and “of its time” about The Twilight Zone. The classic CBS series, which ran from 1959 to 1964, was a perfect fit in a black and white era where no colour ever distracted from the stark reality at the heart of all good science fiction. Somebody, someday, will
Earlier this week I spoke with CHML’s afternoon host Scott Thompson about Disney’s US$71 billion acquisition of 21st Century Fox, an entertainment industry power move that took two years to finalize. Besides the movie division and access to films such as “Avatar,” “Titanic” and “Deadpool,” Fox’s TV holdings are vast and international. They include Twentieth
Lots of good news on the Star Trek: Discovery front. First: Thursday’s episode, “Light and Shadows,” is custom made for fans. It brings even greater depths to the eternal ‘Search for Spock’ (who we finally get to see). Young Spock, old Spock, future Spock — fans can’t get enough. Spock remains the enigma wrapped in