Star Trekkin  across the universe...
Star Trekkin’ across the universe…

It’s taken a few movies this year to get to it, but we finally got it. A really good geek film. Perhaps you’ve heard of it? It’s called Star Trek, and it’s the topic of this week’s episode of the OSMcast!

Promo: Black Flower Music! We met this wonderful individual at the podcast panel at MTAC this year, as they were the one running the panel. It turns out their podcast also went to the OSM School of Fine Podcasting, in that their subject matter (like rock and roll) is not held back by gender or nationalities. Or you know, once specific genre of media. Check them out!


It’s out in theaters so if somehow you haven’t seen it yet go do so! The podcast will still be here when you get back.

But speaking of geek films, we have a contest about something that wasn’t so hot:

Send us an email at and tell us what you thought about the new Dragonball Evolution live action film. Perhaps you liked it! Or mayhap you hated it with a passion of a thousand suns. It could even be you are somewhere in between. Hell it can even be about the PSP game. No matter what the opnion is, we want to hear about it. To sweeten the pot, we are giving away two Dragonball Evolutionn posters. One is for our faveorite email, and the second will be an email picked at random. Once you get said poster, do with it whatever you desire. Put it on your ball, or burn it in effegy! We don’t care!

OSMcast: Star Trek (2009 Movie) 05-18-2009
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5 thoughts on “OSMcast: Star Trek (2009 Movie) 05-18-2009

  • May 20, 2009 at 10:11 PM

    I’ve been playing the SRT OGSaga game too. I’m surprised you didn’t mention the Robot Disco.

  • May 21, 2009 at 7:07 AM

    It’s kinda disorienting seeing the TOS characters in a scenario with a super-high SFX budget. No cheap alien puppet or rubber suit anywhere!

    Also the movie lacked Kirk-Fu(tm)

  • May 21, 2009 at 8:44 PM

    It was a wise man who said “If you tell a man about the robot disco, he discos for a day. If you let a man find the robot disco for himself, he will robot disco for a lifetime” and that wise man might have been Jesus, who is a playable character in Xenosaga, which is where KOSMOS is from, who is a playable character also in Endless Frontier. Which has a robot disco special attack, done by a 100+ year old oni girl who looks like she’s a loli. Which means she’s my favorite character of all. Which simply means, it’s there a little bit of robot disco in us all.

  • May 21, 2009 at 9:44 PM

    Wiser words have never been spoken in the comment section of a Podcast.

  • May 22, 2009 at 11:46 AM

    Good discussion but not much to comment here…I haven’t seen any Star Trek movie in ages and only expect to watch the newest one this weekend. Maybe this will make me go back into the franchise as a whole, from the sound of it.

    As for Endless Fanservice (heh), it’s a nice little game. Grinding is actually fun and they definitely had no shame as far as the dialogue goes, which works to great comedic effect. I do prefer the main SRW games though.

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