I have had throughout my life a difficult and complicated relationship with Star Trek. Contine reading
RedEye Rogue has the new trailer for the new JJ Abrams Star Trek film “Into Darkness” Contine reading
Brian J. Smith a los angeles based illustrator, came up with these faux vintage Star Trek inspired Liquor posters. Contine reading
Star Trek author Robert Orci has stated that Paramount is considering going ahead with a new animated Star Trek series for television that will be based upon the new rebooted JJ Abrams Trek.
Well we at RER have our sources, and we have gotten our hands on leaked concept art from the forthcoming show;
According to the Huffington Post and IGN, Orci has stated that should the next Star Trek film perform well at the Box-Office, Paramount will likely give the greenlight to the animated series.
What? You don’t believe us? Check out the video below for startling proof:
Special thanks to kafaraqgatri at DeviantArt.
Here at RedEye Rogue we like to keep things light and airy – sort of like an English Muffin. For a moment, though, we’d like to get serious to beseech our readership for a little help. Contine reading
The luscious footage keeps rolling in! Here’s another leaked cut from the upcoming Star Trek II remake. Contine reading
RedEye Rogue has scooped all the other websites with this leaked footage from Paramount Pictures follow up to last years insanely successful reboot of Star Trek! Contine reading
Three cheers to Angry Alien Productions, the brain-child of Jennifer Shiman. The forty- year old artist has been creating hilarious and spot-on parodies of popular films and blockbusters such as The Shining, Goodfellas, Alien, King Kong, The Rocky Horror Picture Show and No Country For Old Men. Somehow, she manages to pack the essence of each movie into a span of only thirty-seconds! Contine reading
Well I must say, I have become quite enamored with the new Dr. Who. I remember being exposed to the show back in the early seventies when I was but a wee tiny toaster-thing. Who, and two other silly shows – The StarLost and Space: 1999 were seminal for me (sorry Star Trek, but you came to the table late in the game for this lad)… Contine reading