Star Trek Discovery There is a Tide

There is a Tide… Star Trek: Discovery S3, Ep 12 review

There is a Tide… follows directly from the cliffhanger at the end of Su’Kal and with Jonathan Frakes’s direction gives us a very strong episode of Star Trek Discovery. Coming in via spore drive and sneaking into the Federation’s home, Emerald Chain leader Osyraa (Janet Kidder) has a plan, one that surprises Admiral Charles Vance (Oded Fehr) … >

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Terra Firma, Part 2 Michael Burnham Philippa Georgiou

Terra Firma, Part 2 — Star Trek: Discovery S3, Ep 10 review

Terra Firma, Part 2 keeps Philippa Georgiou (Michelle Yeoh) centre stage in another dark episode — but so what? Last week’s Terra Firma, Part 1 set things in motion: Georgiou has travelled from the mirror universe and through time and this is inevitably fatal. There is no solution until the sphere data inhabited AI on Discovery gives … >

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Star Trek Discovery The Sanctuary

The Sanctuary — Star Trek: Discovery S3, Ep 8 review

Star Trek Discovery: The Sanctuary (Season 3, Episode 8) brings new information on the ‘Burn’, while raising the stakes between what’s left of the Federation and The Emerald Chain The latest Star Trek: Discovery episode, The Sanctuary, sends Booker (David Ajala) back to his roots and he needs help from Michael Burnham (Sonequa Martin-Green). Things … >

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Unification III – Star Trek: Discovery S3, Ep 7 review

Unification III — Here at CultBox, we know a memorable Star Trek: The Next Generation episode title when we see one. Consequently, it was a thrill to find this week’s Discovery was a sort-of sequel to an eventful story from way back when. November 1991, to be precise. Famously, Unification Parts 1 & 2 brought Admiral … >

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Star Trek Discovery 3.4 Forget Me Not

Forget Me Not — Star Trek Discovery: S3, Ep 4 review

Forget Me Not takes a necessary detour on Discovery‘s journey to find Starfleet. In many ways it’s a consideration of identity played out on two levels; it’s also a rather beautiful, if inward looking, episode. First let’s talk about beauty. Many times while watching Star Trek (both Discovery and Picard) we’ve stopped to admire the fabulous cinematography … >

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