Mixing together the worlds of Disney and Star Wars has practically become a national pastime for us geeks, but this one is kinda special. It’s got live action, animation, CGI effects, and a hilarious tongue planted in its cheek.
Few video games franchises have inspired as many fan films as Portal. Something about the pathos of the wickedly insane A.I. GLaDOS struck a nerve with geeks everywhere. Here are 10 of the very best Portal fan films.
Are Doctor Who‘s TARDIS and Back to the Future‘s DeLorean the two most iconic time machines ever? This clever mashup — starring the Doctor and his friends as Marty McFly’s peeps — goes a long way toward cementing both.
What would happen if you mashed up the original Deus Ex with high-quality Ghost In the Shell-style animation? This.
A few weeks ago, I told you about Valve releasing its Source Filmmaker software to the public. One crafty user decided to see what a scene from The Matrix would look like rendered in Source, and the result speaks for itself.
I’ve been sitting on this for a while now, but I wish I hadn’t. One look at the teaser video was enough to convince me that Auror’s Tale is worth sharing to everyone. Any Potterhead would immediately recognize an auror as an elite officer of magic who works for the Department of Magical Law Enforcement, [...]
You may love Portal, but you can’t express your love the way that Jason Craft can. He’s a visual effects artist, and he created this fantastic short film to show what it would be like if the Portal gun existed in real life — and a regular guy and his buddies got their hands on [...]
Who doesn’t love Wonder Woman? I suppose there are people who prefer some other superhero, but there is no doubt that Wonder Woman is one of the most admired superheroes of all time. It is no wonder that Adam Jay and his companions have decided to make a fan film featuring none other than Wonder [...]
The dynamically geeky duo known as Corridor Digital have unleashed their latest video upon the world, and it is the definition of awesome. It’s called “Art of the Instakill,” and it features eight lethal showdowns, quick-cut style, between many of your favorite video game protagonists.
When it comes to keeping fans happy, LEGO is on a roll. It seems like every week, LEGO announces some new product or feature that pays service to its base of hardcore fans. Their latest goodie: a free iPhone app that makes it super simple to film your own stop-motion LEGO movies.