Contest: Win ‘Star Trek Beyond’ on Blu-ray!

We received a bunch of spare copies of ‘Star Trek Beyond’ on Blu-ray. You want one? Enter our contest!

Featuring aggressive Dolby Atmos audio and lots of visual effects razzle-dazzle, ‘Star Trek Beyond‘ is the type of eye- and ear-candy made for showing off your home theater. To win a copy of the disc, all you have to do is participate in our photo caption contest by giving us a funny or clever caption for the following image. Click to enlarge:

Insert witty caption here

For example: “Wait, you’re telling me Jim Cameron let you do this entirely in motion-capture? I spent four hours in the makeup chair this morning putting on this damn latex mask!”

We have three copies of the Blu-ray (2D version only) to give away. The winners will be chosen at our own subjective discretion based on whichever responses we enjoy the most. Entries are limited to 10 per person. That should give you plenty of opportunity to craft a good submission, but will also help us to avoid any potential appearance of awarding prizes based on volume rather than quality. (Please heed this limit. You will be taken out of consideration if you submit more than 10 entries.) All entries must be submitted in the Comments section of this blog post. Please do not attempt to email them to me.

This contest is only open to entrants from the domestic United States. We will not ship internationally (whether you’re a U.S. citizen or not). Employees of High-Def Digest or Internet Brands and their families are not eligible. Standard contest rules and conditions apply. People who have won any of our previous contests within the past one year are also not eligible to win, but may get Honorable Mentions.

The deadline for entry is end of day on Friday, November 4th. The winner will be announced the following week. Good luck!


  1. “I’m coming for you, Alice.”

    “Be warned, I shall uphold my sacred oath to protect this realm as its gatekeeper. If your return threatens the safety of Asgard, my gate will remain shut and you will be left to perish on the cold waste of Jotunheim.”

  2. Chris

    So, Uhura, I hear you play the Vulcan Lute. That’s good. People need to be entertained;they need the distraction. I wish to God that somebody would do something to block out the voices in my head for five minutes, the voices that scream, over and over. Why do they come to me to die? Why do they come to me to die?

  3. David batarseh

    “So you are telling me William T Riker retired from Star Fleet, changed his name to Jonathan Frakes and hosted his own tv show called Beyond belief fact or fiction…..come on!”

  4. Aaron

    “Don’t worry, Star Trek – Discovery is in the Kelvin timeline, since it’s set 10 years prior to the adventures of Kirk/Spock . The events of Nero’s incursion to the timeline have already occurred which ended the Prime timeline. “

  5. Pedram

    1. See my ship? That’s right, no lens flare lights. That’s how it’s SUPPOSED to be!
    2. Maybe they’ll want me for James Bond now. They can’t tell I’m black under all this make-up.
    3. Maybe they’ll give me an Oscar nomination now. They can’t tell I’m black under all this make-up.
    4. Be glad this isn’t a Netflix movie. People will actually see it in theatres.
    5. There’s no waterfall in this movie is there?
    6. Where’s that sexy ear plug of yours?

    I think I’m ineligible because I won something already, but that was just for fun. Honestly I liked this last one the least anyway.