Welcome back to another episode review of the newest season of Star Trek Discovery. Today we are focusing on the third episode of the season, the episode titled People of Earth... for a moment I felt like I was writing an intro for a video episode review, haha. :) No, those days are behind me for a while but that never stopped me to talk about things or express my thoughts so here we are. People of Earth... let's talk about it.
The second episode of the new season certainly packed a few great and gruesome moment for our freshly arrived crew and our hero ship with many surprising moments. Far From Home is a perfect title for this episode as it does feel like the crew of Discovery has to face with this brand new world that they know nothing about yet. Dangers, surprises, personal transporters, parasitic ice and guns with torture settings. Let's see how this episode hold up against the first one.
Well, here we are. Discovery is finally back in our screen with it's very first episode titled "That Hope is You" and brings a lot to talk about with a lot of feelings after the first watch. I kept myself away from spoilers and trailers this time around as I wanted to give a good chance to the show and not judge anything by the trailers, giving myself the opportunity to start fresh. It did work as I have not much idea what will happen in this season and I think this is going to be the way going forward with "future-Treks." Did my initial feelings about season three paid off a little or completely demolished? Well, read on...
After a long wait, Star Trek Discovery is finally in our doorstep with it's release this Friday on Netflix. I cannot wait to get to see how the story will continues where we left off in Season 2 and also to see how the future looks like. There's plenty of new comers to the series and also some lack of enthusiasm from my own side which I hope with this season will fade away giving some space to some fun!
It's been a while since I was wrote down my thought here and I feel that I've been away from the keyboard sort of speak. So here's a little update and catch up with what I've been doing the last few weeks/months since my YouTube hiatus and my podcasting "career" began.
The day has finally arrived, the speculations and rumours are finally over, Pike, Spock and Number 1 is BACK and we could not be happier. I'm certainly happy about this news and could not help thinking about the stories, the theme of the show and that how familiar faces we will see in the future in this very new adventure of Star Trek: Strange New Worlds
Today is Star Wars Day. A franchise that has it's own beautiful and vast universe with villains and Jedi's, droids and amazing tech that captured the imagination of many and probably will continue to do that so in the far future. :) How do I feel about this as a Trekkie?
I don't like the word "content creator," at least not in the fashion that people usually refer to individuals on YouTube or other social media platforms. I certainly never considered myself as such, but in a way I am, as I am putting out content in text, video and now in audio format for people to enjoy all across the globe. Surely whatever I do, at the end of the day these are just snippets from my mind.
Making videos is an interesting process. After I’ve launched my website in mid 2016, about two weeks in, I put my camera on a tripod and hit record. Well, my first few video was really awkward; I’ve had no idea what I was doing. As I mentioned in my previous blog post I was living a box room, the walls were quite thin and also not really well suited for audio - not that the current place I use as a studio is any better in terms of audio, which is the 4th in line even since Trekkerprise first seen the sunlight.
It's been almost 4 years since I've started my journey as a "content creator" with this website that evolved a lot in my eyes. The journey followed by a test flight that turned out to be a fun ride on YouTube and recently I have just embarked on a brand new audio adventure that is called Warm Blanket.