I too was interested in seeing the author’s Star Trek reviews after seeing them mentioned in the Star Wars Phantom Menace review. To be fair, these should be watched in the order the author created them, getting better and better with each review. The Generations review was posted on youtube more then a year ago and his latest is Star Wars PM, released 1 month ago (at the time of this posting) and already has more then 1 million views. The release of the Star Trek reviews followed their film debut- Generations, First Contact, Insurrection, and Nemesis. If you love film and analyzing them, you should enjoy these. Lucky for us the author has apparently been contacted by many web sites asking for new reviews and he also has a Star Wars Episode II one in the works.
Funny thing is the reviewer does not consider himself as anything more then a casual movie viewer. I wish him all success he has really created hours of fun entertainment- much more enjoyable then the original source materal.
I rated this FE an “8″ not for the edit itself, but for the content. I absolutely loved the Star Wars review from RedLetterMedia. The SW version was as hilarious as it was a true de-construction of cinema. The Star Trek version isn’t that. At a point in the SW version, the narrator mentions his Star Trek review version. Since watching that segment, I had been really looking forward to watching the Star Trek version. To me, the star trek version isn’t as funny – it’s still funny, but not hilarious. Of course, die-hard star tek fans will probably enjoy it more than I did.
On the technical side of the FE, it’s fine Nothing extravagant, but a good solid cut with all the material accessible from a static menu.
Although I wasn’t as happy with the star trek version, I am still hoping that the RedLetterMedia gang will continue with prooducing reviews.