Lists  Reviews  Images  Update feed
MoviesTV ShowsMusicBooksGamesDVDs/Blu-RayPeopleArt & DesignPlacesWeb TV & PodcastsToys & CollectiblesComic Book SeriesBeautyAnimals   View more categories »
Listal logo


Add TrekMedic as a friend

TrekMedic will be notified and will have to accept this friendship request, to view updates from TrekMedic and their ratings you must follow them.

Remove TrekMedic as a friend

Follow TrekMedic

Follow content (Lists, pictures, videos, reviews & votes)

Track ratings in these areas:
Movies Music
TV shows Books
DVDs Games

About me

Providing the Listal community with ORIGINAL, HIGH QUALITY pics since 2011, while never once changing my username, creating a dozen fake accounts to boost my vote counts or engaging in malicious, slanderous and/or pornographic behavior!
Before 2/20/18, This Member Went
664 Days
Without a Pic Posting Violation

Before 10/9/21, This Member Went
601 Days
Without a Pic Posting Violation

Currently, This Member Has Gone
479 Days
Without Generating Unnecessary Butthurt

My latest published lists:

Gamora, Green Goddess Of The GalaxyListal Football League '23 Week 3
Remembering Harry Belafonte
Listal Football League '23 Week 2
Listal Football League '23 Week 1
Listal Football League '23
OMG, Madelaine!
So Many Jessica Rabbits
Remembering Raquel Welch

Before you send a friend request, please know the following:
1 - I accept friend requests on a first come, first served basis.
2 - I am a strong believer in Quid Pro Quo, so if you can't/don't/won't support each other, don't bother sending a request.
3 - I am an incessant self-promoter! If you state on your homepage that you don't want to be thanked for votes, or receive new list alerts (or you're only into movies, music, etc), I'll respect your wishes.

Note 1 - If I voted for your pic, it'll probably end up on one of my lists!

Note 2 - If I don't thank you routinely, know that your votes and comments are ALWAYS appreciated!

As of May 27, 2023, My Rank is



Because some Simply Asinine people can't delete EVERY one of my pics!

News flash! No Listal member "owns" a celebrity's profile! Just because some members can't put a search engine to better use, don't get all butthurt and whine about it!

Blitz (a/k/a Jo-Jac) 522 List Votes

The Supporting Cast
Rickterenzi 865
List Votes
Kathy 851 List Votes
Motc 703 List Votes
Georgini 634 List Votes
LeaderVladimir 617
List Votes

The Shadow Conspiracy
Onion Jack (retired) 340 List Votes
pdw55 259 List Votes
BradWesley123 170 List Votes
Michaeloh 109 List Votes
LRDVDR 95 List Votes
Holy Godiva (retired) 89 List Votes
Mikopoles 82 List Votes

Top 5 lists by votes:

Brown Sugar
Oxygen Thieves!
Who's Listal's Most Classic Beauty? (POLL)
Does This Make My Butt Look Big?

Hey! Who is this member named "DELETED" and why does he post so many pictures? ;-)

Occupation: RETIRED Paramedic/Firefighter


76 votes
I've Seen This Pose Before,...Part IV (69 items)
Person list by TrekMedic
Published 11 years, 5 months ago 5 comments
31 votes
Brownest Sugar (30 items)
Person list by TrekMedic
Published 1 year, 11 months ago
13 votes
Hair-Raising Pink! (38 items)
list by TrekMedic
Published 1 year ago
42 votes
Another List With The Blues (239 items)
Person list by TrekMedic
Published 5 years, 10 months ago 1 comment
30 votes
Taylor Swift's Hot 100! (119 items)
Person list by TrekMedic
Published 6 years, 8 months ago 1 comment

TrekMedic has 107 friends


477466 points


267703 points


383217 points


42290 points


137500 points


43224 points


2076917 points


59459 points


26920 points


247919 points


499782 points


1218898 points

View all of TrekMedic's friends


Collection stats

Watched Want to watch
Movies Movies 805 740
TV TV 639 314

Owned Wanted Used
DVDs DVDs 5 16
Books Books 47 37 4
Music Music 91 36 171
Games Games 2 2 4

Recent reviews

All reviews - Movies (59) - TV Shows (51) - Books (5) - Music (3)

Old review

Posted : 2 months, 1 week ago on 27 March 2023 05:13 (A review of Old)

Ask yourself this: what if Shyamalan was the show runner of the late, great series "Lost," but the show's primary funding source was AARP and Shyamalan started channeling the sentiment of the anti-Big Pharma crowd? Congratulations, now you've got where this movie was going!
After Shyamalan's de riguer Hitchcock-like cameo, the plot was pretty much a giveaway - something nefarious was afoot and Shyamalan's character was facilitating it. Too, too much talking and psycho-babble, too little plot twists and red herrings.

0 comments, Reply to this entry

Pixie review

Posted : 4 months, 2 weeks ago on 21 January 2023 05:11 (A review of Pixie)

Distaff (and Irish) take on the [Link removed - login to see] genre. I'm certain it's getting more airplay here in the US because of Olivia Cooke's high-profile role as Alicent Hightower on [Link removed - login to see]

0 comments, Reply to this entry

Dune review

Posted : 4 months, 3 weeks ago on 8 January 2023 06:47 (A review of Dune)

Frank Herbert's novel, Dune, is a daunting read by any measure. The "plans within plans," the metaphysical, computer-less future that defines it as sci-fi, and the controversial messianic tones make for a great read, if you're up to it.
In the run-up to [Link removed - login to see][Link removed - login to see], I read through Dune, and several of the sequels, to pass the time at the station's night watch desk.
Imagine my disappointment when that movie came long! Whether the limitations of the 80s SFX abilities forced Lynch to present the story with a steampunk tone (and make the Bene Gesserit's "weirding way" into a tangible weapon!) can be argued, overall, I left the theatre wholly unfulfilled.
(Side note: The SyFy Channel's [Link removed - login to see] and [Link removed - login to see] mini-series were passable, if more soap opera-like, interpretations.)
Now, comes Denis Villeneuve's two-part take. 21st Century SFX clearly helped interpreting Herbert's dense metaphysics, but overall the movie was a much more satisfying experience. The ending, which sets up the 2023 sequel, doesn't feel like the rushed afterthought of the Lynch version.
I honestly can't wait to see Part II later this year!

0 comments, Reply to this entry

The Wrecking Crew (1968) review

Posted : 6 months ago on 3 December 2022 12:42 (A review of The Wrecking Crew (1968))

The Wrecking Crew, the final Matt Helm film was, improbably, the best of the bunch. Dean Martin acts like he's finally shed his beaten-to-death Rat Pack schtick (seen more overtly in [Link removed - login to see] and [Link removed - login to see]) and concentrated more on actually spoofing the spy film juggernaut that was the James Bond franchise. There was even a semblance of a plot! Borrowing heavily from Goldfinger, with smatterings of From Russia With Love and You Only Live Twice, it's the reason why it ranks highest for me. Sadly, Sharon Tate, who was really used more for eye candy than acting, was murdered shortly after the film was completed.

0 comments, Reply to this entry

The Sixth Sense review

Posted : 6 months, 3 weeks ago on 12 November 2022 02:53 (A review of The Sixth Sense)

I always remembered this show as the last season of Night Gallery. Imagine my surprise to recently find out this was a separate series unto itself, edited and reformatted (the Rod Serling intros were added later) to boost Night Gallery's syndication profile! Still a decent series in the macabre genre.

0 comments, Reply to this entry

Peg review

Posted : 6 months, 3 weeks ago on 11 November 2022 06:18 (A review of Peg)

Shhhh,...listen closely,....those vocals in the background? None other than [Link removed - login to see] of the later Doobie Bros and his own solo career.

0 comments, Reply to this entry

Grantchester review

Posted : 9 months, 2 weeks ago on 23 August 2022 01:58 (A review of Grantchester)

This is a show that ticks off so many positive boxes for me:
British crime drama, by Brits for a British audience, well-acted chemistry, one crime per episode with an overarching storyline, the unlikely pairing of the sacred and the secular (in this case, two damaged souls trying to make the world better from their own venues) and more.
It's also based in the 50s, when the Brits were still recovering from the ravages of WWII but showing the inklings of Britain with the Beatles, Carnaby Street and the free-wheeling 60s that made London the societal rival to New York City.
And this is where I take issue with shows like this: a 50s show that's written and produced in the 21st Century, with a 21st Century mindset.
And it all centers around the character of Leonard Finch, a/k/a "Gay Leonard." Leonard originally was the "naïve" (read "closeted") curate of the local Anglican parish. Over time, his homosexuality became a broader part of his character, including his hush-hush boyfriend. Mind you, I don't have a problem with the LGBTQ society but remember: this was 50's England and LGBTQ may well have been some secret British ministry, but not the acronym for a section of their society. That is, prior to 1967, [Link removed - login to see] in Britain (it wasn't decriminalized in Scotland until 1980).
As a sworn officer of the law, Detective Inspector Geordie Keating should have been duty-bound to arrest Leonard and his boyfriend! And either Vicars Sidney Chambers or Will Davenport, as part of their Anglican duties, should have reported Leonard and had him drummed out of the C of E for his "sins." Now (spoiler alert!) Leonard, as the victim of another act of crime, is ultimately tried and found guilty of being gay. He did time in jail and was defrocked by the Anglican hierarchy. But, by the end of Series 7, he and his boyfriend were still an active couple. The wokeism of the 21st Century,...sigh!

0 comments, Reply to this entry

Search for a Whisper review

Posted : 10 months, 2 weeks ago on 18 July 2022 08:16 (A review of Search for a Whisper)

Have you ever had a feeling of deja vu? Watch this episode,...does it seem like you recognize the plot? You should! It's a near line-by-line remake of the Season 1 episode [Link removed - login to see] the only real difference is the Season 1 episode takes place during Mannix's days as an employee of the Intertect Agency. Boy, I have half a mind to add this to my [Link removed - login to see] list!

0 comments, Reply to this entry

Duel review

Posted : 11 months ago on 4 July 2022 02:52 (A review of Duel)

In any setting, the vast southern California desert alone could pass as a malevolent force. Placed into the hands of an up-and-coming young director named Steven Spielberg, that force morphs into an aging fuel tanker driven by a man Spielberg described as [Link removed - login to see] The movie itself, based on a short story, was the product of a network mandate to churn out weekly movies that basically served as time filler during the broadcasted sport off-seasons and handed over to Spielberg almost as a practice exercise for what excellence would come from him in the future. Dennis Weaver, a seasoned everyman actor, made the exercise all that much easier. Quaint and somewhat dated after 50 years (Santa Clarita has basically grown out into the northernmost portions of LA's San Fernando Valley), it's still a great little watch.

1 comments, Reply to this entry

Men in Black review

Posted : 11 months, 2 weeks ago on 20 June 2022 12:13 (A review of Men in Black)

Only Stooge film to receive an Oscar nomination. And it's easy to see why! "Doctor Howard, Doctor Fine, Doctor Howard!" is the war cry that starts the medical mayhem! An apple a day keeps the doctor away, but what if that apple has its skin on the inside? And what saves those poor miners? Radium,...because why not? Just sit back and enjoy!

0 comments, Reply to this entry

« Prev12 3 4 5 6 7 » 13 Next »


Top rated
My movies page

Rated 775 movies


Favorite - View all
My tv page

Rated 557 tv


Top rated
My books page

Rated 31 books

My feed

TrekMedic posted 10 images [View All]

6 hours, 48 minutes ago
Agnieszka Westfal

8 hours, 25 minutes ago
TrekMedic voted for list
Spieglein (69 art items)
8 hours, 33 minutes ago
TrekMedic voted for 3 images

8 hours, 37 minutes ago
TrekMedic posted 7 images [View All]

8 hours, 39 minutes ago
TrekMedic posted 15 images [View All]

9 hours, 42 minutes ago
9 hours, 48 minutes ago
TrekMedic posted 3 images

14 hours, 54 minutes ago
TrekMedic posted 5 images [View All]

19 hours, 47 minutes ago
TrekMedic posted 9 images [View All]

21 hours, 2 minutes ago
1 day, 5 hours ago
TrekMedic posted 7 images [View All]

1 day, 13 hours ago
TrekMedic posted 5 images [View All]

1 day, 14 hours ago
TrekMedic posted 8 images [View All]

2 days, 8 hours ago
TrekMedic added 1 item to Brownest Sugar list
Imaan Hammam

2 days, 8 hours ago
TrekMedic added 1 item to Hair-Raising Pink! list

2 days, 8 hours ago

2 days, 9 hours ago
TrekMedic voted for 7 images [View All]

2 days, 9 hours ago
TrekMedic added 2 items to their collection
2 days, 10 hours ago
TrekMedic voted for 5 images [View All]

2 days, 12 hours ago
TrekMedic added 3 items to Taylor Swift's Hot 100! list

2 days, 12 hours ago

2 days, 12 hours ago
TrekMedic posted a image

2 days, 14 hours ago

2 days, 19 hours ago
TrekMedic voted for 4 images

2 days, 19 hours ago

« Prev12 3 4 5 6 7 » 17 » 167 Next »


Posted: 2 days, 23 hours ago at Jun 1 11:53
You're welcome. Brown sugar is my favorite kind of sugar.
Posted: 3 days, 3 hours ago at Jun 1 7:09
Posted: 1 week, 1 day ago at May 27 10:20
Thank you for the Naomi Watts vote. Tina Turner was someone special, thanks for the tribute.
Posted: 2 weeks ago at May 20 11:19
You're welcome.
Posted: 1 month ago at May 3 10:43
Thank you for your Gillian Anderson votes.
Posted: 1 month ago at May 3 9:36
Thanks for Anna Castillo pic vote!
Posted: 1 month ago at May 2 10:53
Thanks for the Ariel Winter vote.
Posted: 1 month ago at May 2 10:01
Yep, potentially, maybe in 20 years, we could generate tv series whith our favorite dead actors. But in the context of social class warfare, the drones of the financial system are already holding it back to preserve their tertiary fake jobs (entertaining propaganda and social engineenering included), to maintain a supportive class in despite of A.I..
Classic double ethic or double speed, this social robotic slavers class didn't have any scruples to sell us the "progress" consisting to destroy industrial local jobs during globalization and lifes, brains and bodies of peoples with it...
Typical ridiculous antique bunch of phony jerks... Arf!!!
Posted: 1 month, 2 weeks ago at Apr 20 5:56
Posted: 1 month, 2 weeks ago at Apr 18 15:33
You are most welcome.
Posted: 1 month, 2 weeks ago at Apr 16 4:08
Thanks for the pic. votes!
Posted: 1 month, 2 weeks ago at Apr 14 16:12
Thank vou my friend
Posted: 1 month, 3 weeks ago at Apr 14 4:49
Thank you for the pic. votes!
Posted: 1 month, 3 weeks ago at Apr 13 14:26
Posted: 1 month, 4 weeks ago at Apr 5 21:06
You're welcome.
Posted: 2 months ago at Apr 2 4:55
Posted: 2 months ago at Mar 31 23:11
You're welcome. I'm anyone from BtVS, AtS, Dollhouse, Serenity/Firefly will always get my vote.
Posted: 2 months ago at Mar 30 22:10
Thank you for your latest vote!
Posted: 2 months, 1 week ago at Mar 27 16:02
Posted: 2 months, 1 week ago at Mar 26 12:38
Thanks for the Christina Hendricks vote.