Star Trek's "Chekov" -- Walter Koenig -- Boldly Goes Where No Feature Film Has Gone Before

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"InAlienable," written and produced by Walter Koenig and starring Battlestar Galactica's Richard Hatch & TNG's Marina Sirtis makes worldwide premiere on the Internet on Saturday, December 15, 2007.

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"InAlienable," the first production from Renegade Studios, will become the first full-length sci-fi feature film to premiere on the Internet. Through the magic of digital technology, beginning Saturday, December 15, the entire 105-minute feature can be viewed in exceptional full screen HD quality on any relatively new PC or Mac with a broadband connection. Viewers will go to and pay a mere $2.99 per showing.

"InAlienable" stars Richard Hatch (Battlestar Galactica), Courtney Peldon (Boston Public), Marina Sirtis (Star Trek: Next Generation), Erick Avari (Stargate, Heroes) and Walter Koenig (original Star Trek). The strong supporting cast includes Jay Acovone (Stargate SG-1), Richard Herd (Seinfeld and Star Trek: Enterprise), Judy Levitt (Babylon 5), Andrew Koenig (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine), Pat Tallman (Babylon 5), Gary Graham (Alien Nation, Star Trek: Enterprise), Alan Ruck (Star Trek: Generations, Ferris Bueller's Day Off), Philip Anthony Rodriguez (Jake 2.0, Star Trek: Enterprise) and JG Hertzler (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine).

"InAlienable is a work of love by all that were involved," Walter Koenig stated. "I'm extremely proud of our production team, cast and crew."

"InAlienable" brings a well-crafted sci-fi story to life. Still guilt-ridden over the accident that took his family's lives, Eric Norris discovers that his body is host to a parasite from another world. Except, it is more than a parasite: it carries his DNA. Is this his new son or--as the government believes--a threat to mankind?

Executive producers for "InAlienable" are Walter Koenig, R.H. McRoberts and Luke McRoberts. Producers are Sky Conway, Karuna Eberl and James McLean. Director is Robert Dyke and writer is Walter Koenig. "InAlienable" was shot on location in southern California. For move information, visit


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