When does Star Trek: Discovery season 3 premiere? The series is set to premiere in the US on streaming service CBS All Access and in Canada on CTV Sci-Fi and the streaming service Crave in October 2020.
The Antenna is a dystopic horror/thriller from Turkish director Orçun Behram.
My Life as a Comedian is an adaptation of Jonas Gardell’s best-selling novel about the travails of growing up.
That Shelf contributor Barbara Goslawski examines a stylistic trend showing up in TIFF 2019’s slate of feature films: the close-up.
Filippo Meneghetti’s Two of Us is a tense psychological thriller and a beautifully poignant love story rolled into one.
TIFF 2019: The Audition Review
Looking for a genre gem at #TIFF19? Look no further than director Neasa Hardiman's horror film Sea Fever.
TIFF 2019: Easy Land Review
Highly Logical speaks with Star Trek: Deep Space Nine star Andrew Robinson about the new retrospective documentary What We Left Behind, the legacy of Elim Garak, Cardassian sexuality, Doctor Bashir, irony in Star Trek, and more!
Highly Logical speaks with Star Trek: Deep Space Nine showrunner Ira Steven Behr about the new retrospective documentary he co-directed, the show's legacy, Star Trek: Discovery, Garak, Terry Farrell, and more!
On episode 27 of Highly Logical – A Star Trek Podcast, Angelo and Nicole take a look at the new Deep Space Nine documentary What We Left Behind and interview DS9 showrunner Ira Stephen Behr and stars Nana Visitor (Kira Nerys) and Andrew Robinson (Garak).
On episode 26 of Highly Logical, Nicole and Angelo link part 2 of the Star Trek: Discovery season two finale with the Star Trek: Voyager season 4 episode “Relativity.”
With Star Trek: Discovery's second season now in the can, the question on everyone's minds is what comes next for Michael Burnham and crew?
Star Trek: Discovery's preview of Captain Pike’s fate suggests the forward-looking franchise sees no future for disabled people.
On episode 25 of Highly Logical – A Star Trek Podcast, Nicole and Angelo link part one of the Star Trek: Discovery's season two finale, "Such Sweet Sorrow” with the Star Trek: Enterprise season three episode “Twilight.”