I don’t see enough Warhammer 40k fan films online. Granted, I’m not actively looking, but I have doubts any can compare to The Lord Inquisitor by Warpgazer. The 8-minute CGI short was created entirely in the director’s spare time, and is worth checking out.
What better way to debut all of the new toys from the upcoming Rogue One: A Star Wars Story than by letting a bunch of superfans get their hands on the toys to make a stop motion animated short?
There have been more than a few Joker fan films popping up online recently. The latest is Injustice for All from White Hand Films. It’s a very intense 20 minute featurette that tells an original Joker story. ****WARNING: NOT FOR THE FAINT OF HEART. FOR MATURE AUDIENCES ONLY****
Want to see some impressive stop motion animation? Then take the jump for a fan film featuring a mini Batman taking on a number of other action figures.
Poor, Obi-Wan Kenobi. He wandered the desserts of Tatooine for twenty years watching over Luke Skywalker from a distance, and avoiding the Empire at all costs. It must have taken a toll on the Jedi Knight. Would the in-between years of Kenobi make for a good stand alone story? One fan filmmaker thinks so, and offers up a trailer to prove it.
I went to the movie theater to see Super Mario Bros. when it was initially released, and 23 years later, I still have a horrible taste in my mouth. This is why Mario Bros. fan films are so important – to give us a palette cleanser and to show us what could be if H’wood would give the property one more chance. The latest offering to the fan film catalogue features the Mario Bros. getting a Goodfellas treatment.
With the popularity of the Suicide Squad movie, it makes sense a wave of fan films featuring characters from the movie would suddenly gain a lot of attention online. The Laughing Man, a fan film based on Scot Snyder’s Death of the Family comic book arc has arrived, and it is pretty heavy stuff.
Six months ago, The Demon in the Dark debuted on Vimeo. The fan film tells the story of a team of villains trying to deliver a package across town, while Batman follows in pursuit. Could this be a better Suicide Squad movie than the Suicide Squad? Take the jump and decide for yourself.
If you continually lament how Michael Bay ruined your childhood, perhaps this fan film from Chisel Pixel, featuring RC cars, actors in costumes, and a hint of ’80’s storytelling, will put a bandage on that boo-boo.
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