Amazon is offering up Star Trek V: The Final Frontier for purchase for only $3.99 through their Video On Demand service.
This digital deal is only for today, Thursday, September 30, until midnight PST, so grab it while you can. The digital version is regularly $9.99, and the 24-hour rental is $2.99.
Visit the Star Trek V: The Final Frontier product page to purchase the film.
Spock’s half brother hijacks the Enterprise for an obsessive search for God.
While the previous two films were directed by Leonard Nimoy, this time around, William Shatner took up directing duties to mixed results. The duo returned to their respective roles as Spock and Kirk for the 1989 film, which features Spock’s half-brother Sybok, who ropes the Enterprise crew in on his search for God (oh yes). While fans were disappointed in Star Trek V for the most part, mainly with its lofty quest and poor digital effects, but there’s still some great parts to the film, like the flashbacks to Spock’s painful childhood moments.
Visit the Video on Demand page to learn more about the service (you can stream the film right on your computer, or download it to you PC, and more).