Nostalgia Theater: A MovieFilm Podcast Join host Zaki Hasan for a jaunt through your favorite pop culture artifacts of yesteryear!

The Commentary Trek continues! Just in time to celebrate the 35th anniversary of fan-favorite film Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan, I'm joined once again by my friend Glenn Greenberg, former Marvel Comics editor, and writer of many Hulk and Star Trek comics, for the second of our commentary tracks talking through the original Trek feature films. Listen as we discuss our own histories with this beloved film, as well as revealing interesting trivia and behind-the-scenes factoids. As always, we had a blast recording this one, and I'm confident you'll enjoy listening to it. Next up: The Search For Spock! Click below to listen, or subscribe at iTunesStitcher RadioTuneIn Radio, or Google Play (and remember to leave a review!). As always, send all questions or comments our way via MovieFilmPodcast@gmail.com, and don't forget to hit "like" on our Facebook page.

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It's a special episode of the Nostalgia Theater Podcast! After we had such a good time with our special 50th anniversary Star Trek episode last summer, I'm joined once more by frequent friend-of-the-show Glenn Greenberg, former Marvel Comics editor, and writer of many Hulk and Star Trek comics, for what we hope will be the first in a series of commentary tracks talking through the original Trek feature films. First up, 1979's Star Trek: The Motion Picture. This is a polarizing pic even nearly forty years after its release, but it's nonetheless a nostalgic fave for both Glenn and myself, and we had a lot of fun going through and discussing not only our own reactions to the first big screen Star Trek outing, but also the many behind-the-scenes anecdotes that have been detailed in the years since. If you're any kind of a Trek fan, I think you'll enjoy listening to this one just as much as we did recording it. And stay tuned for our next commentary track: The Wrath of Khan! Click below to listen, or subscribe at iTunesStitcher RadioTuneIn Radio, or Google Play (and remember to leave a review!). As always, send all questions or comments our way via MovieFilmPodcast@gmail.com, and don't forget to hit "like" on our Facebook page.

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