Vulcan: The Soul of Spock 

With J.J. Abrams' reboot of the Star Trek franchise about to hit theaters, critic and new L video essayist Matt Zoller Seitz muses on the appeal of Mr. Spock, the duality of man, all that stuff: For a transcript, click here. Brooklyn-based…

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