We love throwing our support to fan-made films simply because we’re fans, and we know the passion and effort that goes into making creations such as fan films. This week, we’d like to share this 8-minute fan film called Spawn The Recall with you. The Synopsis: Spawn The Recall is the story of a former […]
Who can’t help but fall for this villainess’s charms? Her quirky crazy vibe is irresistible, and while I do love kicking her butt while playing Injustice: Gods Among Us, I think that watching this fan film is a whole different thing. Titled “Red Queen”, this is the first of a series, and it does hold […]
If you’re not feeling the Christmas cheer, and you think only Tony Stark himself can pick you up this season, here’s something that’s right up your alley. The creation of Anthony McGrath, this Iron Man fan film will tickle you pink. Or red. Happy holidays!
What do you get when you put Star Wars and an Australian beer commercial together? Star Wars Down Under is what it is. Seriously, how can anyone resist taking a closer look at a mashup of this nature? And, it’s not just a flight of fancy. This is a fan-made film by some Australian dudes […]
Introducing a new, weekly ForeverGeek feature: the best in short films! In our first batch, we’ve got five feature-quality shorts that span the likes of eye-popping scifi and awesome animation.
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.