In this age of media in the hands of the masses and the cost of entry rapidly dropping day after day, it makes sense that anything that could have a fan film will have a fan film, and here is another proof of that theory – a live-action Futurama fan film. And to show how far fan films have come as part of our pop culture, the creators are at the San Diego Comic Con, where props from the show are on display. Props from the recent #Futurama live action trailer. #SDCC pic.twitter.com/2NRKLlxSxX — JoBlo.com (@joblocom) July 21, 2016 via
We’re all hoping Warcraft is an excellent movie, but for those who have seen the trailer and complain it doesn’t look World of Warcrafty enough, check out this fan made trailer using elements from the game.
What happens when you bring together the worst superhero movies of all time? You get something that is not quite watchable… instead you get The Unwatchables. Do you like fan mashups like this? Is remixing another step in the creative process, or a cheap way to get views for your YouTube channel?
No idea how long this web series will be online, but I have a feeling Bill Watterson will get a kick out of seeing this take on his Calvin and Hobbes newspaper strip.
Remember shoving hundreds of dollars in quarters into the R-Type video game machine back in the ’80s? Yeah, good times blowing up the aliens while leveling up your ship with powerful new weapons. Now, Paul Johnson has taken his love for R-Type and turned it into an animated short.
Remember how cool Darth Maul was in Star Wars Episode I? Remember how they killed best character off in the third act? That sucked. Fortunately, fans brought the character back for some pre-Episode One adventures in Darth Maul: Apprentice.
Yesterday, the Internet seemed very preoccupied about the first Ghostbusters trailer for the upcoming Paul Feig movie. First trailers are often meant to give the viewer a 30,000 foot view of the movie, and hopefully give you enough context to keep you watching, but what if the funny bits of yesterday’s trailer were removed? That’s what Mike Colver did, and suddenly the movie takes on a whole new tone.