It’s extremely rare that a YouTube recommendation is something I’d watch.
Today, a recommendation popped up that managed to grab my attention for the split-second it took to engage my curiosity.
And holy shit, that’s when I found out everything has changed.
To put this in context, you must know about Filmation‘s Star Trek: The Animated Series. This was a continuation of the original series, somewhat, using most of the original cast. It was the bone Paramount threw to us fans back in the day.
This is was done by a professional animation studio. I want those three words to sink in:
Now look at two samples:
So today, YouTube recommended something called Star Trek III: Redemption [Remastered]. The running time was over four freakin hours. And it was CGI. I clicked anyway.
I wasn’t up for four hours but I was surprised to find myself watching an entire half hour of it. And I didn’t cringe. And I wasn’t bored.
That further engaged my curiosity and made me go find his kind-of “Making of …” video.
And that’s what I’m including here. This is one guy, Brandon Bridges, kicking the ass of a
from back in the day.
Some of the starship renders in Star Trek III: Redemption [Remastered] are better than the ones in Star Trek: The Next Generation. So he also kicks the ass of a
If only Ed Wood, Jr. had lived to see this day … he would have been completely in his element and created miracles.
Everything has changed.