Boldly going where no fan blog has gone before.

Imagine curating the thoughts and comments of hundreds of Star Trek fans – you’re bound to get a divergent opinion or two, right? Feel free to chime in with your own take on Trek. We’d love to hear it. It’s easy. All you have to do is click here to start.

What a strange week it’s going to be in the PGS

What a strange week it’s going to be in the PGS

Co-hosts Robert Meyer Burnett and Mike Bawden talk about the upcoming debut of ‘Star Trek: Strange New Worlds’, recent casting announcements for the series, what to expect from Dr. Strange, and the passing of comics legend Neal Adams.

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TREKKIES 2 continues to explore the strange, new world of Star Trek fandom.

TREKKIES 2 continues to explore the strange, new world of Star Trek fandom.

Imagination Connoisseur, Pedro Ferreira, provides his run-down and evaluation of the sequel to the immensely popular film about Star Trek fans, TREKKIES. And in this film (TREKKIES 2), documentary filmmaker Roger Nygard takes his exploration of the Trek phenomenon worldwide. Is it a journey worth taking? You’ll need to check in with Pedro to find out.

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TREKKIES boldly goes where no Star Trek documentary has gone before.

TREKKIES boldly goes where no Star Trek documentary has gone before.

Imagination Connoisseur, Pedro Ferreira, reviews and evaluates the original documentary about Star Trek fans, 1997’s TREKKIES. Documentary filmmaker and “Trex-pert”, Roger Nygard, gives non-Trekkies an up-close-and-personal look at what is, quite possibly, the world’s most devout sci-fi fandom. 

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In need of a Star Trexpert-level answer to a question …

In need of a Star Trexpert-level answer to a question …

This one will expand your mind. The Imagination Connoisseur known as Enterprise-H asks writer-producer-director (and Star Trek expert) Robert Meyer Burnett for some clarification on the actual size and make-up of the United Federation of Planets. “Big enough” probably isn’t an adequate answer. Just sayin’.

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PLAY TREK: What Are Little Toys Made Of?

PLAY TREK: What Are Little Toys Made Of?

Imagination Connoisseur, Martino Sulmoni, has been hard at work exploring strange new worlds with the USS Enterprise (from the planet Playmobil) and its crew of little plastic people.

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Cynacism run amok

Cynacism run amok

Imagination Connoisseur, Jermaine K., asks why our favorite sci-fi shows have to be so darn bleak all the time? Is it so out-of-fashion to be optimistic that the only alternative is to be dystopian? Is this the future we aspire to realize?

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Calling Captain Contradiction …

Calling Captain Contradiction …

There have been plenty of complaints filed about the creative direction, management, and writing of ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ on this website and the ROBSERVATIONS show – but not all Imagination Connoisseurs agree. In fact, one PGS Member, D.K., thinks Rob and others have been a bit unfair and inconsistent in their criticism.

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Whose midlife crisis is it, anyway?

Whose midlife crisis is it, anyway?

An Imagination Connoisseur asks if franchises, like Star Trek, can experience a midlife crisis, too. Judging by the actions of the studios and the reactions of fans, the answer may be “yes.”

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Thoughts on the new Captain James T. Kirk

Thoughts on the new Captain James T. Kirk

Imagination Connoisseur, Donny Pearson, provides an opinion piece on the casting of actor Paul Wesley as Captain James T. Kirk in the second season of the upcoming series – Star Trek: Strange New Worlds.

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Can Rod Roddenberry save Modern Star Trek?

Can Rod Roddenberry save Modern Star Trek?

Imagination Connoisseur, Chris Sementilli, wants to know why Rod Roddenberry hasn’t taken control of the Star Trek franchise from those he thinks are mismanaging it. Is it possible for the son of the “Great Bird of the Galaxy” to save nu-Trek from itself?

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Thoughts on BRONSON.

Thoughts on BRONSON.

Imagination Connoisseur, Tommy Mårtensson, shares his thoughts on BRONSON, the 2008 film about Britain’s most violent criminal, played by Tom Hardy. It’s a disturbingly good film and available on physical media.

New podcasts added for PGS streams

New podcasts added for PGS streams

New podcasts of PGS livestreams from this past weekend were posted online today with even more episodes scheduled to go live tomorrow. You can subscribe to PGS podcasts on your favorite podcast platform or directly from the PGS website.

Remembering Fred Ward and enjoying a little SOUTHERN COMFORT.

Remembering Fred Ward and enjoying a little SOUTHERN COMFORT.

Walter Hill’s SOUTHERN COMFORT, released in 1981, is in the same vein as John Boorman’s DELIVERANCE (a 70s classic) and stars Fred Ward, Keith Carradine and Powers Boothe. Imagination Connoisseur, Tommy Mårtensson, shares his thoughts on the film.

PGS Transmissions for May 12, 2022

PGS Transmissions for May 12, 2022

Scouring the far reaches of the Internet and Post-Geek Singularity to bring you news about your favorite sci-fi, horror, fantasy and genre entertainment, this is today’s DAILY TRANSMISSION.

Happy Twilight Zone Day!

Happy Twilight Zone Day!

Celebrate National TWILIGHT ZONE Day today by checking out our gallery of shots from the classic series that aired from 1959 – 1964. The show, created by Rod Serling, broke a lot of ground for those that followed including classics like Star Trek and Kolchak: The Night Stalker.

PGS Transmissions for May 11, 2022

PGS Transmissions for May 11, 2022

We take a look at the original version of The Twilight Zone (it IS Twilight Zone Day, after all) and we catch up on the latest buzz inside the PGS. Plus genre entertainment, pop culture, and weird science news from throughout the known galaxy with today’s TRANSMISSION.

The color of terror.

The color of terror.

Imagination Connoisseur, Tommy Mårtensson, shares his thoughts on the 2019 horror film, COLOR OUT OF SPACE, directed by Richard Stanley. During a time when there are so many remakes and reboots, it’s nice to see something uniquely horrifying hit the theaters.

PGS Transmissions for May 10, 2022

PGS Transmissions for May 10, 2022

Should mankind mine the moon? There’s a much more serious debate going on about this than you might realize. Also, are movies making a comeback – Dr. Strange might have been just what the doctor ordered. Plus genre entertainment, pop culture, and weird science news from throughout the Post-Geek Singularity with today’s TRANSMISSION.

Is there no hope for Star Wars?

Is there no hope for Star Wars?

Imagination Connoisseur Tommy Mårtensson thinks it may be time to leave Star Wars behind. Has a steady stream of disappointing sequels and series convinced Tommy to move on?

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