“Star Trek: Lost Scenes” Review by Sciencefiction.com

Sciencefiction.com has added a new review for and ‘s “Star Trek: Lost Scenes”:

We’ve all heard that one before, trumpeted as it is from countless clickbait articles and behind the scenes books. It’s the sort of claim that reference works love to make, that any self-respecting production documentary aspires to. But let’s be blunt, shall we? ‘Star Trek’ is fifty-two years old. Between the age of the show, the increasing dearth of new perspectives that comes from both the aging of the cast and crew, and the fanbase’s bottomless appetite for behind the scenes material, it’s hard not to wonder where one might find any stones that had somehow been left unturned. But that’s exactly what David Tilotta and Curt McAloney set about doing with ‘Star Trek: Lost Scenes’.

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Adam Selvidge
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