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“Cold Front” 20th-anniversary reflections. When the Enterprise encounters a freighter transporting a group of pilgrims, Archer sees the perfect opportunity for a little cultural exchange. But what first appears to be an enlightening religious experience turns deadly when the NX-01’s engines are sabotaged and an unlikely figure comes to the rescue. …
 
Captain America: Winter Soldier. Join Matthew Rushing and John Mills on their journey through the MCU as they work their way through Phase Two and reach the second Captain America film. Chapters Seeing it in the Theater (00:02:56) Explain the Love (00:10:25) A Real Role (00:13:52) Fury (00:20:07) Action Scenes (00:25:37) Falcon (00:30:43) Robert Re…
 
Ghostbusters: Afterlife. Since the early 1990s, Dan Aykroyd had been working to create a sequel to Ghostbusters II but never able to make it work and after an unpopular reboot it looked like it might never come to fruition. In this episode of The 602 Club hosts Matthew Rushing and Christy Morris talk about Ghostbusters: Afterlife. We discuss back t…
 
“Fortunate Son” 20th-anniversary reflections When a Warp 2 freighter named Fortunate sends a distress signal, the Enterprise is sent to assist. But when they arrive, they find that the crew doesn’t want help and are holding a Nausicaan prisoner. A tug-o-war between Archer and the freighter’s acting captain sheds a light on the rift between Earth’s …
 
Live from Destination Star Trek London 2021. After the cancellation of last year’s Destination Star Trek (DST) in London, anticipation for 2021 event, billed as Europe’s largest Trek convention, was greater than ever. A slew of last-minute guest dropouts—combined with the ongoing coronavirus pandemic—didn’t stop thousands of Trekkies from descendin…
 
Plagues of Night. As the Typhon Pact series has progressed it has been clear that the crew of Deep Space Nine has jumped in time to make it concurrent to where the rest of the Star Trek universe is, so it is time to fill in the gaps. In this episode of Literary Treks hosts Matthew Rushing and Bruce Gibson talk about Plagues of Night. We discuss Sis…
 
Thor: The Dark World. Join Matthew Rushing and John Mills on their journey through the MCU as they continue in Phase Two with the second Thor film. Chapters Back Story (00:03:03) Alan Taylor (00:08:09) Focus (00:13:33) Infinity Stones (00:20:15) The Villains (00:22:33) Portman (00:26:58) Setting Up the Stones (00:33:13) Does it Matter (00:36:55) Th…
 
Paul Duncan: The James Bond Archives. James Bond is one of the most recognizable characters in cinematic history and the story behind his creation is just as interesting as what fans have seen on screen for almost 60 years. In this episode of The 602 Club host Matthew Rushing is joined by author Paul Duncan to talk about his book The James Bond Arc…
 
“Civilization” 20th-anniversary reflections In the first encounter with an Earth-like planet that is home to a full-fledged pre-warp civilization, the crew of the Enterprise NX-01 faces a situation tailor made for the Prime Directive. Excited to explore an alien world and society that reminds them of their own roots, the crew pioneers the trademark…
 
Iron Man 3. Join Matthew Rushing and John Mills on their journey through the MCU as we're moving into Phase Two with the third Iron Man movie. Chapters Coming Off the Avengers (00:03:01) In the Theater (00:06:45) Initial Thoughts (00:08:07) The Turn (00:10:00) It's Saying Something (00:15:50) The Kid (00:19:45) Stripping Tony of Iron Man (00:23:33)…
 
Star Trek: Lower Decks after two seasons. When it was announced that a Star Trek comedy was being developed—and that it would be animated—the news was met with a bit more trepidation than usual. Could Star Trek and comedy really mix? Was Rick and Morty-style humor really appropriate for Gene Roddenberry’s vision of the future? In this episode of Th…
 
Eternals. The Marvel films have given fans different looks at many parts of its cinematic universe, planets, aliens, god-like beings, yet in the latest adventure, it explores the very foundation of the MCU and its creation. In this episode of The 602 Club hosts Matthew Rushing and Christy Morris welcome Amanda Pfeifer to help us talk about Marvel S…
 
“Breaking the Ice” 20th-anniversary reflections When the Enterprise takes a detour to investigate a comet, a series of trials put trust to the test. Things get frosty as Vulcan–human animosity and suspicion once again come to the surface aboard the NX-01 while Malcolm and Travis build a snowman on the comet's surface. There lots of ice to break in …
 
James Swallow: The Ashes of Tomorrow. Time is of the essence for the literary universe of Star Trek and there are hard choices for the characters to make that will see them pitted against friends and thrust into the most desperate situations of their lives. In this episode of Literary Treks host Matthew Rushing is joined by author James Swallow to …
 
The Avengers. Join Matthew Rushing and John Mills on their journey through the MCU and this week the Avengers finally do assemble in The Avengers! Chapters Behind the Scenes (00:02:36) A Recap (00:06:48) What is it About? (00:11:00) Wrapped Up Too Neatly (00:16:55) The Battle of New York (00:18:26) Heroes Fight (00:26:19) What Loki is After (00:31:…
 
National Treasure: Book of Secrets. It is not difficult for movie studios to green light sequels when a movie is a surprise hit and that is exactly what happened after the release of National Treasure. In this episode of The 602 Club hosts Matthew Rushing and Christy Morris talk about National Treasure: Book of Secrets. We discuss another treasure,…
 
“The Andorian Incident” 20th-anniversary reflections When the Enterprise drops by a Vulcan monastery to check out the meditation, they find a priest whose behavior is so odd, with such outbursts, that they know something must be wrong. Sensing this, Archer and Trip do what humans do and crash the party—a move that leads to a hostage situation and t…
 
Captain America: The First Avenger. Join Matthew Rushing and John Mills on their journey through the MCU and this week they go back to the 1940s to tell the story of Captain America: The First Avenger. Chapters A Director and Title (00:02:58) Compositing and Effects (00:16:42) In the Theater (00:22:32) Initial Response (00:23:43) Structure (00:25:5…
 
Dune: Part One. Since 1984, fans of Frank Hebert's Dune have longed for a film that captures the essence of his work, throughout the years there have been other adaptations, but these have been for television but in 2021 that all changed. In this episode of The 602 Club hosts Matthew Rushing and Christy Morris talk about Denis Villeneuve's Dune: Pa…
 
“Terra Nova” 20th-anniversary reflections The Enterprise may be the first Warp 5-capable ship—and the vehicle for Earth’s first real mission to actively explore deep space—but it isn’t the first time humans set out to settle the stars. A planet called Terra Nova was the site of the first human colony outside our solar system. But it has been a long…
 
Join Matthew Rushing and John Mills as they continue with Phase One of the MCU and we reach the first hero with a cape in Thor. Chapters Directors (00:03:25) Daniel Craig as Thor (00:09:00) First Time (00:12:00) First Impressions (00:17:25) Thor and Loki (00:21:04) How it Has Aged (00:25:55) Cinematography and Design (00:27:49) Pacing (00:37:52) Ch…
 
The Struggle Within. The Federation continues to deal with the fallout of the Borg invasion as well as the recent secession of Andor, which is leading the Federation to look for allies to join the Khitomer Accords anywhere they can find them. In this episode of Literary Treks hosts Matthew Rushing and Bruce Gibson are joined by Casey Pettitt to tal…
 
National Treasure. Walt Disney Studios become a place not just known for its animated features but action-adventure movies as well like, Swiss Family Robinson or 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea and in the early 2000s the studio began to bring that spirit back with films like Pirates of the Caribbean. In this episode of The 602 Club hosts Matthew Rushi…
 
“Unexpected” 20th-anniversary reflections Starfleet is known for its willingness to lend a helping hand to ships in need, and the same can be said for the Enterprise in those early days of humanity’s space exploration. The discovery that a cloaked alien ship is leaching energy from the NX-01 is met with compassion rather than anger, but Trip Tucker…
 
James Bond and Julian Bashir. Not many film franchises can boast 25 installments over the course of more than half a century, so for sheer longevity the James Bond cinematic franchise certainly gives Star Trek a run for its money. In some ways, the old-fashioned brutal masculine ethos of Bond feels very much out of place in the utopian Trek future,…
 
Iron Man 2. Join Matthew Rushing and John Mills on their journey through the MCU and this week we look at the first sequel in the series, Iron Man 2. Chapters First Experiences (00:02:28) Was This Necessary (00:05:21) Initial Thoughts (00:07:31) Does it Feel the Same (00:13:03) Issues (00:16:53) The Replacement (00:21:09) Defensive (00:25:12) Black…
 
No Time to Die. Die Another Day left the Bond franchise in a precarious position, the series had strayed from its core, not nothing but spiritual resurrection could save it and that's exactly what Daniel Craigs's run has been, leaving on one question in his final outing, when to live and let die. In this episode of The 602 Club hosts Matthew Rushin…
 
“Strange New World” 20th-anniversary reflections Although the crew of the Enterprise NX-01 visited Rigel X and Qo’noS in the pilot episode, “Broken Bow,” the first stopover on a Minshara-class planet during their mission of exploration takes an unexpected turn. What at first appears to be an idyllic Earth-like world becomes the setting for a test o…
 
Dayton Ward: Moments Asunder. It affectionately became known as the Lit-Verse to Star Trek fans, beginning in 2003, with the release of the first novel to take place after the finale of Deep Space Nine in a book called Avatar. After the end of Enterprise, the universe in the novels would continue to expand with unprecedented freedom to explore the …
 
The Incredible Hulk. Join Matthew Rushing and John Mills on their journey through the MCU and this week we continue with Phase One by discussing The Incredible Hulk. Chapters Before This Movie (00:01:49) First Experience (00:06:05) First Impressions (00:11:56) The Humor (00:15:26) No ILM (00:19:13) The Green Gorilla in the Room (00:20:50) The Direc…
 
Batman & Robin. The studio knew that it had a massive hit with Batman Forever and with this in mind, they immediately asked for a sequel, demanding it be released in two years, instead of the three, the Batman films had been released in previously. In this episode of The 602 Club hosts Matthew Rushing and Christy Morris welcome back John Mills to t…
 
Recovery. The lost years for Kirk, Spock and McCoy have been eventful yet the fabric of the universe seems to be finding way to weave them back together as the time of The Motion Picture draws ever nearer. In this episode of Literary Treks hosts Matthew Rushing and Bruce Gibson welcome Casey Pettitt to help them talk about Recovery. We discuss, com…
 
“Fight or Flight” 20th-anniversary reflections. In their first deep space encounter with an unfamiliar ship, the Enterprise crew makes a chilling discovery that tests their nerves and human instincts. The alien ship’s crew has been slaughtered and strung up to the ceiling, attached to a device that collects fluids from their bodies. It’s an especia…
 
Iron Man. Join Matthew Rushing and John Mills on their journey through the MCU and this week we begin where it all started, with Iron Man. Chapters The Mission (00:00:49) Marvel Properties (00:02:22) Initial Thoughts (00:09:14) Choices Favreau Made (00:13:34) Robert Downey Jr. (00:15:26) The Test (00:19:32) The Impact on the Franchise (00:23:29) Th…
 
Logan's Run. The late 60s were the beginning of sci-fi films growing in popularity with 2001 and The Planet of the Apes captivating audiences, leaving studios scrambling to find their one hit in the genre. In this, the 350th episode of The 602 Club, hosts Matthew Rushing and Christy Morris welcome John Mills to talk about Logan's Run. We discuss a …
 
“Broken Bow” 20th-anniversary reflections. After 14 consecutive years of telling stories set in the 24th century, Star Trek looked back in time for the premise of the franchise’s fifth spinoff series. Initially entitled simply Enterprise, the show that would continue the franchise’s run on television after Star Trek: Voyager was set in the 22nd cen…
 
The Mummy Returns. The moment that The Mummy opened, the studio knew it had a winner on its hands and that they would be wanting to make it a franchise. In this episode of The 602 Club hosts Matthew Rushing and Christy Morris welcome back Tristen Riddell to talk about The Mummy Returns. We discuss unearthing another mummy, the story, connections to…
 
Fallen Gods. The fallout of the Andorian secession from the Federation reverberates clear across the quadrants as the U.S.S. Titan's Andorian members find themselves facing a difficult choice, go home to Andor to help repopulate the species or be placed in a less sensitive posting in Starfleet. LIn this episode of Literary Treks hosts Matthew Rushi…
 
Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings. Marvel Studios has started Phase Four a little differently than its previous phases with three different Disney+ shows beginning things before jumping to the theater with Black Widow. In this episode of The 602 Club hosts Matthew Rushing and Christy Morris talk about the next film in the MCU's phase four, …
 
“The Sound of Her Voice” and the need for quiet episodes. Amid the fervor of the Dominion War, as the Deep Space Nine story was building toward a climactic bridge between Seasons 6 and 7, the writers took a moment to pause and reflect on the impact the conflict was having on our characters. “The Sound of Her Voice,” falling just before the death of…
 
The Mummy. Remakes are nothing new in Hollywood leaving many films to spend years in development hell, trying to find the right combination of story, creatives and cast to finally get made. In this episode of The 602 Club hosts Matthew Rushing and Christy Morris welcome Tristen Riddell to talk about The Mummy from 1999. We discuss our experiences s…
 
Tony Black’s new book: *Star Trek, History and Us* From 1960s hippies in “The Way to Eden” to the War on Terror in Enterprise Season 3, Star Trek has always reflected the cultural moment from which it springs. In his new book, Star Trek, History and Us, Tony Black brings the Primitive Culture approach to print, taking a long view of the past half-c…
 
John Jackson Miller: Rogue Elements. Star Trek: Picard has give fans a lot of new characters whose backstories have not fully been revealed which has given the books many stories to tell! In this episode of Literary Treks host Matthew Rushing is joined by author John Jackson Miller to talk about his latest book, Rogue Elements. We discuss the inspi…
 
Star Wars: The Bad Batch: Season One. Star Wars fans were rewarded for their persistence in 2020 with the return of The Clone Wars and in that final season the creators gave us a taste of what was to come with the introduction to Clone Force 99. In this episode of The 602 Club hosts Matthew Rushing welcomes Bruce Gibson and John Mills to talk about…
 
Free Guy. These days at the local cinema it feels difficult to find a movie that is not part of some kind of preexisting franchise so it is always a pleasure when a movie is released that stands on its own. In this episode of The 602 Club hosts Matthew Rushing and Christy Morris talk about Free Guy. We discuss video game movies, love is all you nee…
 
Traitor Winds. The Lost Years series has been filling in the gaps between the end of the five year mission for the Enterprise and the next appearance of the character in The Motion Picture, but before we get the final book, there is one that slots in just before, A Flag Full of Stars. In this episode of Literary Treks hosts Matthew Rushing and Bruc…
 
The Suicide Squad. Five years ago the DCEU continued by bringing in its first movie focusing on group of villains in Suicide Squad, sadly it fell victim to studio interference leaving fans asking that they #ReleasetheAyerCut. In this episode of The 602 Club host Matthew Rushing is joined by John Mills and Tristan Riddell to talk about The Suicide S…
 
Jungle Cruise. Disney has many great rides at its parks and in recent years the company has mined these rides for film ideas, from Pirates of the Caribbean, to The Haunted Mansion. In this episode of The 602 Club hosts Matthew Rushing and Christy Morris talk about Jungle Cruise. We discuss another theme park ride movie, the story, the society of th…
 
Cassandra Rose Clarke: Shadows Have Offended. For the longest time, Star Trek books were written inside the years of each series and with the litverse coming to an end, the books are going to be returning to that format. In this episode of Literary Treks hosts Matthew Rushing and Christopher Jones are joined by Cassandra Rose Clarke to talk about h…
 
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