Anyone who is a fan of Hollywood Babble-On is already familiar with the Dave Animation School ("Dave School ya douche!!") but here is wonderful
animated Star Wars romp thats guarenteed to put a smile on any "Galaxy Far Far Away" fan's face...
I'm not normally a Spiderman fan but this short deserves a mention if the topic is fan-made films.
I deducted a few points for the costume (Why no gloves?) but Parker's voice (as Spidey) was almost spot on for McGuire and the actors acrobatic
prowess was remarkable to say the least. Now, while getting another acrobatic expert who can pull off the Toby voice might be a bit of a
difficult task but how hard could it have been to find a really edible MJW? Also I had a bit of trouble beliving just any old street thug
somehow got the drop on and tortured Spiderman almost as much as I doubted that it would have taken the hero more than one punch to dislocate the bad
guys head from his shoulders but overall...thumbs up. I have seen H-wood execs commit bigger mistakes with billions at stake in merchandizing.
I hope y'all enjoy it.
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Time for another somewhat elusive fan film...Seven Jedi. The scenes are raw and pre-production so no effects have been added. The final product
is difficult to find but based on the clips out there, it looks like it will be promising.
I am dedicating the next few posts to a slightly off-topic series of shorts...technically the same one that made me start this thread.
Titled: Superpower Beatdown it pits disparate heros (or villains) from different movie/comic universes who would never meet otherwise to a
viewer-determined fight to the death.
These shouldn't count as fan-based just for their production value and film crews or supporting staff involved.
They are however pretty sweet so buckle up lady...we going for a ride!
Kung Pow: Enter the Fist is a movie within a movie, created to spoof the martial arts genre. Writer/director Steve Oedekerk uses contemporary
characters and splices them into a 1970s kung-fu film, weaving the new and old together. As the main character, The Chosen One, Oedekerk sets off to
avenge the deaths of his parents at the hands of kung-fu legend Master Pain. Along the way, he encounters some strange characters, one of which is a
cow trained in the martial arts.
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