GRDsWeekly 49 – Fans Of Fan Films

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GRDsWeekly 49 – Fans Of Fan Films

  • In Which We Discuss Fan Films
  • The Ones We Like
  • The Ones We Don’t
  • Why Do People Make Them

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2 Responses to GRDsWeekly 49 – Fans Of Fan Films

  1. Bill from Albuquerque says:

    Hey guys, just finished listening to the show and to expand on what the Bruce was saying about Star Trek Phase 2 (aka Star Trek New Voyages). The episode he mentioned with Kirk’s nephew in it is titled “Blood and Fire”. It is a two part episode and the special guest is Denise Crosby. The other completed episodes are “World Enough and Time” with George Takei and “To Serve All my Days” with Walter Koenig and the first episode which deals with the Doomsday Machine and has William Windom reprising his role as Commodore Decker. And Flynnstress, you are thinking of “Of Gods and Men” which Tim Russ directed and starred our favorite actors from most of the shows and is very good. The other ones in the Star Trek vein are Hidden Frontier, which is set after the events in “Insurrection” and their spin off series Star Trek: Odyssey and Star Trek: The Helena Chronicles. And from across the pond there is Star Trek: Intrepid. And there is a fan film called “Star Wreck” from the Netherlands which is a send up of “Spaceballs” and Star Trek. And I almost forgot “Starship Farragut” which is set in the time of the Original Series and follows the crew of the USS Farragut and these guys are also getting ready to launch an animated series as well which hasn’t been done since Filmation did the Animated Series in the early ’70’s. Just thought I’d let you know before the inbox crashes from the mail from Trekkies screaming about this. I know there are other Star Trek fan productions out there but they have either not launched yet or only did an episode or two then vanished or I haven’t been able to find them. Yet.

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