Coming This Christmas - COOKIN' WITH GAS!

Discussion in 'Fan Productions' started by Pony Horton, Dec 5, 2012.

  1. Pony Horton

    Pony Horton Lieutenant Junior Grade Red Shirt

    Apr 26, 2011
    Here is the newest Teaser from my upcoming release, COOKIN' WITH GAS, a STAR TREK fan film by Pony R. Horton.

    Join Starfleet Drydock Shuttle 38, the Dockmaster, and the Enterprise crew as Kirk's TOS Enterprise takes a last, joyous departure from Drydock before her refit.

    This film was inspired by the moments in TMP when the ship was being lit-up before moving out. I always wanted to see that ship get a proper last cruise.

    To be released on-line Christmas Eve 2012
  2. Pony Horton

    Pony Horton Lieutenant Junior Grade Red Shirt

    Apr 26, 2011
  3. Linnear

    Linnear Lieutenant Commander

    Dec 21, 2006
    Newport Beach, CA
    Love Pony's work. Truly amazing stuff!

    Honored to have Pony as part of Axanar!

  4. Mark_Nguyen

    Mark_Nguyen Commodore Commodore

    Apr 24, 2006
    Calgary, Alberta
    That's awesome. I am a Brony... For this Pony. ;)

  5. J.C. England

    J.C. England Lieutenant Red Shirt

    Sep 17, 2011
    Bethany/OKC, Oklahoma
    Freaking hilarious! Good job!
  6. Psion

    Psion Commodore Commodore

    Oct 19, 2001
    Lat: 40.1630936 Lon: -75.1183777
    Alright, that's funny!

    But ... why is there an Ascent Stage still on the Lunar Lander? Were they not all used? Or is this an Easter egg for your secret project: Apollo 18 Revealed?
  7. Barbreader

    Barbreader Fleet Captain Fleet Captain

    Jul 13, 2009
    New York, New York
    I am looking forward to receiving this gift on Christmas!
  8. Pony Horton

    Pony Horton Lieutenant Junior Grade Red Shirt

    Apr 26, 2011
    I shoulda added the lines, "Why did you bring that rock in here?"

    "I didn't."

    I figured it was maybe a surplus LEM or a replica that the bar had bought or acquired years ago, and they put it on the roof instead of a 1950's Cadillac, to attract attention.
    How were they to know there was 300-year old fuel in the tanks which just happened to still be volatile, or what ABORT/ABORT STAGE meant? (*snicker*)

    Actually, I just thought it would be abrupt and funny, and it kinda ties-in with the movie you'll see, but only as an aside, a funny throw-away, with no relationship to the film's story.
  9. bbailey861

    bbailey861 Admiral Premium Member

    Oct 14, 2009
    Kingston, ON
    Neat. Looking forward to seeing the complete film on Christmas.

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