Before we talk about about Star Trek: Of Gods and Men, we would like to let you know that this is your last opportunity to watch Inalienable online. It will only be available until May 31st 2008.

Inalienable stars Richard Hatch and Walter Koenig and is also produced by Renegade Studios.

Still guilt-ridden over the accident that took his family’s lives, Eric Norris discovers that his body is host to a parasite from another world. Except, it is more than a parasite: it carries his DNA. Is this his new son or–as the government believes–a threat to mankind?

“InAlienable” stars Richard Hatch (Battlestar Galactica), Courtney Peldon (Boston Public), Marina Sirtis (Star Trek: Next Generation), Erick Avari (Stargate, Heroes) and Walter Koenig (original Star Trek). The strong supporting cast includes Jay Acovone (Stargate SG-1), Judy Levitt (Babylon 5), Andrew Koenig (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine), Pat Tallman (Babylon 5), Gary Graham (Alien Nation, Star Trek: Enterprise), Alan Ruck (Star Trek: Generations, Ferris Bueller’s Day Off), Philip Anthony Rodriguez (Jake 2.0, Star Trek: Enterprise) and Tim Russ (Star Trek: Voyager)

InAlienable is a tour de force in filmmaking…..a culmination of a lifetime of achievement in the entertainment industry by Walter Koenig…world renowned as the iconic “Chekov”and ‘Bester” of Babalon 5, author and television writer and now Producer. “InAlienable is a work of love by all that were involved,” Walter Koenig stated. “I’m extremely proud of our production team, cast and crew. As to our groundbreaking use of the Internet for initial distribution, I have to say it’s exciting to go where no one has gone before.”

Directed by Robert Dyke.

What people are saying about Inalienable:

“I just watched InAlienable and I really liked it. Richard hatch did an amazing job and I was really surprised with the story. Overall I really enjoyed watching it.”

“I was very impressed with Inalienable (well worth a mere $2.99 a viewing).”Click here to see Inalienable!

Part III of the highly-praised internet webisode Star Trek: Of Gods and Men will premiere on
Sunday, June 15th at 5:01 p.m. Eastern Time

(Please note, there may be a possiblity of it being released earlier than June 15th, so stay tuned!)

In this action packed final installment we are introduced to 3 new characters played by Daamen J. Krall, Herbert Jefferson Jr. and Grace Lee Whitney as well as cameos from guest stars of the original Star Trek series such as Arlene Martel, Jack Donner, Tania Lemani and Celeste Yarnall. Act 3 gives us a spectacular battle between Rebel and Galactic Order forces while dealing with the personal dilemmas of our principal characters as they uncover more revelations, culminating in the final outcome of the story. This final act has a great mixture of drama, action and suspense sure to please Star Trek fans of all ages.

Star Trek: Of Gods and Men stars Walter Koenig and Nichelle Nichols (Uhura and Chekov from original Star Trek) along with Alan Ruck (Captain John Harriman of the seventh feature film, Star Trek Generations). Joining them are Grace Lee Whitney (original Star Trek ); Garrett Wang and Ethan Phillips (Voyager); Cirroc Lofton, Chase Masterson and JG Hertzler (Deep Space Nine), Gary Graham and Crystal Allen (Enterprise), Herb Jefferson (Battlestar Galactica) plus Tim Russ (Voyager), who also directed.

Producer Sky Douglas Conway and Deep Space Nine freelance storywriters Jack Trevino and Ethan H. Calk wrote OGAM . Director of photography is Doug Knapp . In addition, many artists in the field of makeup and lighting have joined them for what has proved to be a history-making event.

Star Trek: Of Gods and Men was produced in association with newvoyages.com and was filmed in part on the “New Voyages” set in New York state as well as locations in Los Angeles.

You may watch Parts 1 and 2 (and soon part 3!) of Star Trek: Of Gods and Men on our official website.

Talk about Star Trek: Of Gods and Men and InAlienable in our online forums! Click Here! TrekMovie.com has an exclusive heads up on the third and final part of the independent Trek film, Of Gods and Men. Firstly we can break the news that Act 3 will be released on June 15th. We also have some exclusive images and a first look at a new poster, plus more information about Act 3.

Part 3 Announcement

from the OGAM team:

Renegade Studios is proud to announce the release of the 3rd and final act of Star Trek: Of Gods and Men. Act 3 will be released on Saturday June 15th, 2008 at 5:01 EDT, and may possibly be released a few days earlier. In this action packed final installment we are introduced to 3 new characters played by Daamen J. Krall, Herbert Jefferson Jr. and Grace Lee Whitney as well as cameos from guest stars of the original Star Trek series such as Arlene Martel, Jack Donner, Tania Lemani and Celeste Yarnall. Act 3 gives us a spectacular battle between Rebel and Galactic Order forces while dealing with the personal dilemmas of our principal characters as they uncover more revelations, culminating in the final outcome of the story. This final act has a great mixture of drama, action and suspense sure to please Star Trek fans of all ages.

Exclusive Images [click to enlarge]


Nichelle Nichols (Uhura) and William Wellman Jr.  (Charlie Evans)


Herb Jefferson (Col. Galt)


Grace Lee Whitney (Rand)


Galactic Order flagship heads for the Conquerer (by Trinity FX Productions)


Battle between rebels and Galactic Order (by Trinity FX Productions)

New Poster

The OGAM team will be sending out a newsletter and updating their website in the next day or so.

For more info on Of Gods and Men, visit the official site.

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Comments»

1. Sean4000 – May 22, 2008
Trinity FX, I’ll have to look into them. Good work.

2. Pete – May 22, 2008
I am Trinity FX. You can look into me. ;)

peter@startrekofgodsandmen.com

3. steve623 – May 22, 2008
Nichelle looks beautiful.

4. Garovorkin – May 22, 2008
looks pretty good.

5. Captain Serek – May 22, 2008
I am looking forward to the finale.

6. CmdrR – May 22, 2008
Finally. We’ll get to see where the Galactic Order (or is that the United Federation of Evil?) takes its ships for a paintjob, right??

I still think Tim could go back and trim a good ten minutes out of the combined first parts, but I’ll enjoy watching pt. 3. Walter and Nichelle are a joy, as always.

7. Demode – May 22, 2008
I don’t want to judge until I see the final product, but some of those space shots look a bit cartoony. Could just be all the ships on screen, but it looks a little to animated for my tastes.

8. Darth Ballz – May 22, 2008
Oh man!

Grace Lee Whitney can’t act her way out of a paper bag, I just cringe when she speaks. Hope the rest of it is better?

Darth “UnAmazing Grace” Ballz

9. toasteroven – May 22, 2008
Those images look very…. photoshopped.

Looks like the new (JJ Abrams) Enterprise arrowhead on that costume as well.

10. AJ – May 22, 2008
I think Grace looks great!

11. Jeffrey S. Nelson – May 22, 2008
William Wellman, Jr. is just terrific as Charlie X… dead on take on Robert Walker, Jr.

12. SPB – May 22, 2008
WOW!!! Herb Jefferson???

Never knew HE was gonna be a part of this! The original Boomer was always one of my favorite characters on BSG ‘78, so my curiosity has got the best of me. I’ll certainly check this out now. He looks awesome!

13. SPB – May 22, 2008
Let’s cut Grace Lee some slack… yes, her acting in that VOYAGER was, um, not adequate, shall we say… but she more than held her own back in the day in Season One of TOS. Maybe she’ll surprise us this time.

14. Vulcan Soul – May 22, 2008
Geriatric Trek meets 1990s fan film production values… Oh my! ;)

15. SteveH – May 22, 2008
I think the fan film is great! Consider that it has been a long while since the last Trek related TV Series or movie and these people do not have the $100 million budget that the studios have. I think they have done a wonderful job and I hope they keep more of these films comming. I need to get my trek “fix” from somewhere.

16. capt mike – May 22, 2008
Hey look at it this way. Its a fan made movie with out the big cbs or paramounts big bucks to fund it. This is real fans and real actors making this movie and i have loved the first 2 parts and i just can’t wait to see all three together. It may be another year befor the next big budget movie but ill be more then happy to see this and of corse star trek phase 2. This is a great time for star trek as we have a great fan series and a great fan made movie. So i for one will not be nit picky. Ill save that for jj abrams star trek 11. On that movie ill be a little nit picky. But on ogam ill just enjoy no matter if the fx is up to the big budget movies or not.

17. Magic_Al – May 22, 2008
I enjoyed Grace Lee Whitney’s appearance in New Voyages and it’s good she’s back for this too. She’s just as much one of original cast as the others.

18. Irishtrekkie – May 22, 2008
@6
” Finally. We’ll get to see where the Galactic Order (or is that the United Federation of Evil?) takes its ships for a paintjob, right?? ”

Agreed lol was it like hmm , that ships look cool but there not evil enough slap some blood red oh does mo fos !

19. Deck Officer – May 22, 2008
Another one? Man, who cares?

20. Brian – May 22, 2008
This isnt exactly exclusive, it was announced last Saturday at the Motor City Comic Con :-P

21. Captain Pike – May 22, 2008
I’ll show up just to see new TOS federation ships. The 2 in the battle pic look cool.

22. Tom – May 22, 2008
It’s a web exclusive and so are the pics I gave Anthony, I have a newsletter going out tonight. We may release it earlier, when part 2 came out we gave our newsletter subscribers an early viewing, may do the same with part 3.

Tom, – http://www.startrekofgodsandmen.com

23. Deck Officer – May 22, 2008
DID ANYONE SEE PART 1 OR 2? I DON’T THINK SOOOOO!!!

24. MrRegular – May 22, 2008
Attention: 23 Deck Officer:
IF YOU DON’T LIKE IT, WHY ARE YOU HERE???
Some of us might actually enjoy it. Give us a break and take your negativity somewhere else.

25. Deck Officer – May 22, 2008
Lol. You people are funny.

26. SciFiMetalGirl – May 22, 2008
I saw Pt 1, it was excellent!!! Still need to see Pt 2 tho… Can’t wait! :))

27. That Guy – May 22, 2008
To recreate the characters by different actors
in the new Star Trek film is a big mistake and
so having the original actors doing their old
characters in a new fan made film.
Don’t they have anything better to do?
New Characters in a totally different Star
Trek universe or background would be the
ONLY way to go.
Why beat a dead horse? They just look old.

28. Deck Officer – May 22, 2008
Poor Uhura. Stuck to doing fan made movies.

29. Q-Pid – May 22, 2008
They look like “B” movie pics. God (or “Gods” for you BSG fans) bless these individuals for putting their time into this and those who support it, but it’s painful to watch the TOS cast participate in these Star Trek “indie” flicks. So i’ll just put out the old blame on Berman again for sinking the franchise and forcing the loyal fan base to create their own Star Trek commodity.

30. Anthony Pascale – May 22, 2008
Deck Officer warning for trolling

31. Petey – May 23, 2008
Seeing Ms. Grace Lee Whitney reminds me how well Ms. Nichelle Nichols is aging.

I’m a big fan of both women, but there’s very little of Yeoman Rand in Ms. Whitney now.

32. Tango – May 23, 2008
27. I don’t beat horses when their dead or old–or ever for that matter.

33. 05Ric – May 23, 2008
I am very grateful for these episodes and have enjoyed them. I very much appreciate the time/love/energy that have gone into these episodes, and I hope there will be many more. It seems to me there are quite a few people around who have forgotten what Trek is really about…

Well done guys!!

34. trekkiefan – May 23, 2008
#28 Deck Officer – In case you have been living in another solar system, “Uhura” has been on Heroes and will be appearing in the upcoming season. She is still very active as an actress and is working on many different projects.

35. THX-1138 The Fandom Menace – May 23, 2008
Jesus, some of you people are like the kid from the Life cereal commercial. You won’t try it because you hate everything. It’s FREE. Either do a better fan film or shut it. Or don’t watch. But, for the love of all that’s sacred, could you just please let those of us who are enjoying it have a bit of peace? I don’t go on your Beanie Babies web site and complain about the lack of imagination, do I?

36. 16309A – May 23, 2008
I still am having problems viewing part 2. I can see part 1 just fine, but no part 2. I can’t figure out the problem. It’s illogical.

37. Sean4000 – May 23, 2008
I just watched part 1 and it was actually…..very entertaining! I like this endeavor.

38. Chris Dawson – May 24, 2008
Hope that you all enjoy it, the whole Star Trek Of God’s and Men experience has been alot of fun.
And it’s finally done . . . !!!

Here’s to all involved – – KOMPAI!!

Chris DawsonVFX Supervisor  –  Star Trek Of God’s and Men

39. eagle219406 – May 26, 2008
I watched Part 1 and 2 and am looking forward to part 3. I loved what I saw so far and hope to see how it ends. Also if there is one thing I can’t stand it is a Chronic complainer. I have had to deal with them a lot. There is an old saying, “If you can’t take the heat, get out of the kitchen.”

40. touchstone35 – May 28, 2008
#36

Try downloading the lastest version of Flash. I had the same problem but after the download it played fine.

41. Sarah – June 10, 2008
It is a rare opportunity to see “just fans” at the helm of such a large production, with the time and love given by our long-time heroes and with less than a budget of a single Trek episode! Sit back and enjoy the show for all its uniqueness. Star Trek is about the human adventure after all…

Sarah Char
FX Coordinator/Additional Editor/Colorist,
Star Trek: Of Gods and Men

42. robamenta – June 23, 2008

Los Tribbles nuevo cameo en STAR TREK XI

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El 25 aparecio un rumor en SciFi Wire donde, citando a TrekMovie, comenta que las simpáticas e infinitas criaturas , los tribles, tendrán un cameo en Star Trek XI (2008) de J.J. Abrams. Parece ser que los famosos y altamente reproductivos Tribbles tendrán su minuto de gloria en el renacimiento de la saga trekkie. Como todos sabeis los Tribbles fueron vistos por primera vez en el episodio de la serie original “The Trouble With Tribbles.” Los Tribbles aparecen mas tarde en la serie de animacion y en episodios de “Star Trek: Deep Space Nine” Y “Star Trek: Enterprise” Y en la pelicula “Star Trek III:en busca de Spock”. Parece mas bien una operacion comercial puesto que si son fabricados en masa en china puede reportar bastante dinerito a la franquicia y ademas del consiguiente merchandaising que parece que va a ser lanzado junto con la pelicula. Pero digo yo ¿para cuando van a dejar el anuncio de que William Shatner aparecera en Star trek XI? seguramente a un mes de su presentacion….jeje

aparicion de los tribbles en la serie original

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