On September 8, 1966, the world was introduced to the world of phasers, photon torpedoes, the United Federation of Planets, and the captaincy of one James Tiberius Kirk. Since then, Star Trek has not only become one of the most popular properties worldwide, but has become a piece of language lexicon, cinema history and for many – a veritable way of life. In 2009, Hollywood beamed a new, younger cast into pieces of the original Star Trek universe to build an all-new series of chronicles on the silver screen that truly do pay homage to the original series, but stand boldly on their own. Set phasers for STUNNING, as you lock down the inertial dampeners so as to not be knocked from your seatbelt-less chair as we engage the warp drive during this Perspective Review of STAR TREK (2009), directed by J.J. Abrams. Remember to open hailing frequencies and be sure to tell us what you think!
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Links from this Episode:
— Star Trek (2009) at IMDB:
— Check out ALL of the Vehicles Inside of Star Trek (2009)
— Click Here to Buy This Soundtrack Now!
— Star Trek (2009) Reviews & Detail at Rotten Tomatoes
— Check out the schematics to the “Kelvin Timeline Enterprise 1701 featured inside this film!
— The Sound Design of Star Trek (The Kelvin/2009, etc feature films)
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The Host of this Program:
Mike Wilkerson: Mike Wilkerson is a former certified Sign Language Interpreter for the Deaf, then a Marketing Automation Director for a large St. Louis-based Computer company and now conjures content of all kinds for a growing client listing across the nation. Mike has been hosting, producing, concepting and enhancing podcasts since 2005. While his interests are definitively pop culture-based, the bottom line is: It’s ALL About Perspective. Whether it’s being captured inside of one of Mike’s Podcast Capture Studios (based in the St. Louis area) inside the coming-soon “Micro Audio Podcast Capture Studios” (MPACS) or via The Podcast Bug: A 1974 custom Superbeetle with a recording studio built inside of it – Podcasting is Captured Perspective. Be sure to contact Mike with questions about podcasting, about the many programs he hosts or about the other programs that populate The 2GuysTalking Podcast Network.
Paul Spataro: Paul is a life-long fan of all things pop culture. From comics from the Golden Age, to Star Trek, the hottest in Marvel movie entertainment, Paul has a variety of experiences and perspectives that always add to the mix. Paul is also the host of several of his own podcasts on the Two True Freaks Podcast Network: Back to the Bins where he and co-hosts and guests re-discover classic comic book content, and Listen to the Prophets – a podcast dedicated to the deep dive into each and every episode of Star Trek’s Deep Space Nine. Paul has also been a featured as an expert in The Agents of SHIELD Podcast covering the hit ABC-based Marvel property, and a number of episodes of WhatCopsWatch.Com, educating the public on a variety of topics and helping to put a human face on those that proudly wear the badge.