makes some changes to the Enterprise's drive systems, against
the wishes of some of his staff, especially Leah Brahms. But
while they argue something decides to adopt the ship as a
Child explains why tinkering with your Warp manifold is
never a good idea - it can attract the wrong sort of attention
as Geordi discovers. Another 'techno-babble meets benign life
force' saga, dripping with sentimentality. Oh look, the end
Starship crews kills itself in a strange, murderous frenzy.
There are few clues to why but whatever triggered the deadly
rage starts to affect the Enterprise crew as well.
Terrors offers dark things in the shadows, a growing fear
of the unknown, nightmares and paranoia. and, surprise, a
genuine sense of creeping fear. Night Terrors manages to balance
tension and plot to create a genuinely atmospheric episode.
the members of an away team and survey crew start to disappear.
One by one they vanish until the only surviving member is
Geordi. And when he starts feeling strange there seems there's
little help anyone can give.
Crisis tries very hard to create suspense but all too often
the story runs into the sand. Kolbe, who also directed Galaxy's
Child, seems to fall into all the same pitfalls and the resultant
mess barely manages to get out of first gear.
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