Striving to go where no internet film had gone before, Star Trek: Of Gods and Men was released on the internet as a three-part mini-series featuring many Trek alumni, with a cast that spans all 5 Star Trek TV series, as well as eight of the Star Trek feature films. The ultimate salute celebrating Star Trek 40-plus years, Star Trek: Of Gods and Men is now a feature length movie on DVD.
Star Trek: Of Gods and Men is a major motion picture that makes good on those assurances and bestows upon the fans something that hasn't been delivered in the past couple of Star Trek movie sequels. This movie combines the cast of all Star Trek series into a potpourri of action, excitement, drama, intrigue, gut-wrenching space battles, and political back-stabbing with the familiar faces that we all know and love. The film easily endures the comparison and exceeds some of the big budget Star Trek films Paramount Pictures has released. In fact, executives at Paramount Pictures should look at this film as the blueprint of future Star Trek endeavors."
Scott Rubens, WUSA9 News, DC
“Gene Roddenberry would be so proud of this film…its message…the love and dedication that went into its creation."
“….good acting, a science fiction narrative that has both action and metaphor, a social theme, and a discussion of modern events utilizing futuristic notions. …..excellent action-packed conclusion, replete with Trekkie nods and a great starship battle.”
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" ...a brilliant piece of topical work that coats a light veneer of sci-fi over a controversial message that has extremely important implications for our contemporary times.
...concepts such as abuse of power, State's rights vs. parental rights, the idea of what is it that truly makes one human and eligible to the protection afforded under international human rights laws. Some other relevant topics hitting close to home for American audiences are the questions pertaining to Constitutional rights, the special importance of the writ of habeas corpus to individual freedom and the controversial stand of national security over that personal freedom.
...Walter's perfectly conceived script will have you thinking on a much deeper level about those things that are truly important in the times of which we live.
... Yes, this is a sci-fi film, but it is so much, much more. It is a comment on our times and a warning too."
Sam Sloan, Slice of SciFi Review"
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"THIS IS FLAT OUT THE FUNNIEST
TREK SPOOF OF ALL TIME!
A must see for any fan of Trek"
— Dan Madsen, Founder & President, The Official Star Trek Fan Club
In this hilarious, star-studded spoof of the "Star Trek" series, motorcycle
cop/television writer Gene Roddenberry fights crime on the streets of L.A. while
fighting a bad case of writer's block that is keeping him from writing his brilliant
idea for a series set in space. This first parody of the much revered creator of
Star Trek adds a whole new dimension of folklore to the Trek phenomenon.
"Gene Roddenberry would
have loved this film!"
— Nichelle Nichols
Starring: Tim Russ (“Tuvok” of Voyager), Nichelle Nichols (“Uhura” of Star Trek), Walter Koenig (“Chekov” of Star Trek), Robert Beltran (“Chakotay” of Voyager), Robert Picardo (“Doctor” of Voyager), Ethan Phillips (“Neelix” of Voyager), George Takei (“Sulu” of Star Trek) Ending Narration