Tuesday, September 1, 2015


Due to the accessible nature of crowd-funding, online streaming and affordable film production tools we now live in an age where any fan with the right crew and resources can make a Star Trek movie of their very own. But are the final products worth watching? This week hosts Cam Smith and Tyler Orton take a deep dive into this strange new world, and offer their thoughts on the latest highly-publicized effort, Star Trek: Renegades, as well as engage in a broader discussion on the merits, limitations and common flaws that frequently pop up in these creative endeavors. Over the course of an in-depth journey of discovery and occasional appreciation, they also touch upon AxanarOf Gods and Men and Star Trek Continues, and strive to make peace with the concept of non-canon entertainment.

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  1. Let me preface this by saying I am no way affiliated with RENEGADES or any other fan film so I have no pony in this race.

    This was the first time I have listened to your podcast as I wanted to listen to a review of this film and compare it to my own impressions. Some points I agreed on and other I didn't.

    Thank you for sharing your thoughts....with that said.. your presentation has a lot to be desired ...you guys came off as a pair of smirking A-holes in your derision of this and other fan efforts. Having heard you for the first time I couldn't believe how pompous you came off sounding.

    Its ironic but you guys sounded like the "fan film" version of real podcasts like THE SLASHFILM or MAKING MINE MARVEL (neither of which I am affiliated with)

    Pot meet kettle.

  2. I admit, I have not been on this web page in a long time... however it was another joy to see It is such an important topic and ignored by so many, even professionals. professionals. I thank you to help making people more aware of possible issues. Films


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