Star Trek: The Movies 1-10 (Box Set) [Blu-ray] £25.10 @ Zoom - Free delivery
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Star Trek: The Movies 1-10 (Box Set) [Blu-ray] £25.10 @ Zoom - Free delivery

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Found 23rd Nov
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Box set featuring all the big screen 'Star Trek' adventures. 'Star Trek - The Motion Picture' pits Kirk's crew against a mechanised menace; 'The Wrath of Khan' revives an enemy from the original series; 'The Search For Spock' sends Kirk on a quest to find Spock's body; 'The Voyage Home' sends the whole crew back to 1984 to retrieve two whales; 'The Final Frontier' was a quest to find God; 'The Undiscovered Country' is set at the time of an outbreak of peace between Starfleet and the Klingons; 'Generations' brings together two generations of Enterprise crews under the command of Jean Luc Picard; 'Star Trek First Contact' sees the Next Generation crew attempt to prevent the relentless Borg from altering Earth's history; 'Star Trek Insurrection' finds Picard and his crew violating the prime directive when they attempt to protect the peace-loving planet of Ba'ku from being exploited by the alliance; and in 'Star Trek Nemesis' Picard is sent to negotiate with the new Romulan leader Shinzon on behalf of the United Federation of Planets.

Series:Based on:The cult 1960s television series 'Star Trek'Format:Blu-rayCatalogue No:BSP2459Studio:Paramount Home EntertainmentCertification:15Release Date:29/04/2013Region:Region A,B,CDiscs:12 disc(s)Produced (year):2002Colour:ColourExtras:Anamorphic (16:9)|Languages(s): English|Hard of Hearing Subtitles: English|Subtitles: English, French, German, Dutch, Croatian, Italian, Castillian, Portuguese, Arabic, Finnish, Danish, Norwegian, Swedish|Interactive Menu|Screen ratio 1:2.35Extras:Bonus Footage|Commentary|Making of Documentary|Star Trek 1-6 The Original Crew Movie Collection Bonus Disc; Star Trek 7-10 Evolutions The Next Generation Movie Collection Bonus Disc

Also available Star Trek/Star Trek Into Darkness/Star Trek Beyond (Box Set) [Blu-ray] £10


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Triple bill of big-budget spin-offs of the classic 1960s sci-fi adventure series created by Gene Roddenberry. 'Star Trek' (2009) chronicles the early years in the life of James T. Kirk (Chris Pine) and his fellow USS Enterprise crew members, including Kirk's enrolment at Starfleet Academy, his first meeting with Spock (Zachary Quinto) and their battles with time-travelling Romulans from the future. Eric Bana and Simon Pegg co-star, along with Leonard Nimoy, who reprises his role as the older Spock. In 'Star Trek Into Darkness' (2013), Captain Kirk and the crew of the Enterprise are called back to Earth after a devastating force from within their organisation leaves the planet in chaos and Starfleet in pieces. Determined to settle the score, Kirk embarks on a manhunt with the rest of his crew including Spock, Scotty (Pegg) and Chekov (Anton Yelchin) to find the party responsible before their whole world is laid to waste. Finally, in 'Star Trek Beyond' (2016), after overcoming doubts about his continued role in Starfleet, Kirk leads the crew of the Enterprise as they continue to explore the darkest reaches of space as part of their five-year mission. Upon arriving for a routine stop at a remote Federation planet, the Enterprise is subjected to a devastating surprise attack by swarms of mysterious alien vessels. Overrun and with all systems failing, the crew have no option but to abandon ship, leaving them stranded on the surface with limited supplies and no way of sending for help. After coming across alien warrior Jaylah (Sofia Boutella), Kirk soon discovers that the merciless Krall (Idris Elba) is behind the attack and is readying an army to destroy Starfleet once and for all.

8 Comments

Original Poster

This can be beaten by 10p on amazon.

Are these able to be put out as 4k

Original Poster

Dilithium16 m ago

Are these able to be put out as 4k


They are not 4K but Blu-ray 1080p. If you have a player that can upscale to 4k then yes. However I've no idea about quality as I've not bought into 4k yet.

peter1969uk22 m ago

They are not 4K but Blu-ray 1080p. If you have a player that can upscale …They are not 4K but Blu-ray 1080p. If you have a player that can upscale to 4k then yes. However I've no idea about quality as I've not bought into 4k yet.


Sorry I was in a hurry. I meant are these movies able to be later released in 4k

Original Poster

I think the Wrath of Khan has been released in 4K, but I've not seen any other 4k Star treks beside the latest 3 movies.

Wonder if they will ever release the directors cuts...

It's a good deal, but the fact that Amazon has it at £25 down from £33 makes Zoom's '£99.99' original price look a bit sneaky!

Even numbers best!
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