Hot on the heels of his appearance on A Trekzone Conversation last week, Perth film maker Aaron Vanderkley has announced the cast for his next Star Trek: Voyager era fan film.
Searching for engineering supplies, a trader named D’Marr points Enterprise in the direction of a crashed ship – however despite no bio readings, the crew very much object to outside interference…
The Trekzone Review
Stories of a haunted ship… a crew that appears out of thin air… a good semi-frightening opening ten minutes… leading to a rather dull remainder. While it was fun to give Trip another alien female engineer-type character to interact with, giving T’Pol some great lines about the last time he tried to help an alien female, there wasn’t much else to write about in this episode.
Although, I will say that I’m a little over the righteous high ground many episodes of Star Trek take, these people were perfectly content being left alone, along come our crew looking for spare parts – and when they get asked to leave, they say “no, we can help you.”
Scott Bakula as Jonathan Archer
Jolene Blalock as T'Pol
Connor Trinneer as Charles Tucker III
Dominic Keating as Malcolm Reed
John Billingsley as Phlox
Anthony Montgomery as Travis Mayweather
Linda Park as Hoshi Sato
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