The latest installment of the Mario Warfare series has arrived online, and the action heats up.
Old and frustrated, Edward Nigma is desperate for an opportunity, and he finds it when he kidnaps Helena Bertinelli, AKA The Huntress. Hotheaded and emotionally driven, she faces her life against giving up the greatest riddle of all.
Stop motion animations done with Lego can go one of two ways – extremely great, or extremely horrible. Thankfully the people at Bricktease have done a frame for frame recreation of the Blue Brothers car chase scene through the mall that falls into the extremely great category.
What would happen if the Marvel Zombies faced off (see what I did there) against Ash from Army of Darkness? This fan film answers that question in a smash ‘em bash ‘em flick.
Based on the video game of the same name, Brian Curtin brings the video game to life in this fan film.
Many of you know Jason Inman from his weekly, Jason Reads Comics series, but did you know he is also a talented producer? Check out his latest video that gives you the history of Doctor Who… in a single take.
While the fate of Nightwing in the comics may be up in the air, fans of the character are still chugging ahead with mock trailers and films focusing on the hero.
The true story of the origin of THOR from Journey Into Mystery #83. Recorded in one take and from memory after several drinks.
NSFW unless your boss like to hear curse words blasting out of your cubicle in the middle of the day.
This week’s Major Spoilers Poll of the Week features The Master taking on The Great Intelligence. If you have any doubts how evil The Master can be, check out his prank phone call to the Daleks.
Even as a kid, Thor was always getting into trouble.
Take a little bit Star Wars and sprinkle it with a heavy dose of Monty Python, and you end up with the funny fan film from Weks Flick.
What would happen if, in the not too distant future (because far distant future scenarios are really silly), robots decided to rise up against man? There’s a stunning proof of concept trailer for Keloid by Big Lazy Robot, that you need to see to believe. It’s not a big Hollywood project, but rather a film by seven people.