Fan Film

Punisher: Dirty Laundry

If you're hard up for some good old fashioned Punisher kickassery, look no further than this YouTube gem starring Tom Jane.

And if you have seen it, watch it again! I just did!

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Deadpool: The Webseries

Wolverine Origins may have turned your hope for having a live action Wade Wilson as you know and love him into a soggy and moldy chimichanga, but Chris R. Notarile's and Blinky Productions Inc's Deadpool: The Webseries will begin to fill the black hole that formed upon witnessing such a monstrosity.

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The Death of SUPERMAN Ruined Comic Books Forever!

"The Death and Return of Superman" was written, produced, and stars Max Landis, son of Director John Landis. This hilarious geeked out short film includes celebrity cameos by Elijah Wood, Mandy Moore, Simon Pegg, Jennette McCurdy, and more! You have to watch this comedic educational fanboy film about how Superman's death ruined the concept of "Death" in Comic Books.

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BATMAN: CITY OF SCARS

City of Scars is a 2010 fan film produced by Aaron and Sean Schoenke. The film had a budget of $27,000 and was shot in 21 days. The 30-minute short film is partly set in Arkham Asylum.

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GRAYSON

Grayson is a 2004 fan film made by John Fiorella featuring DC Comics character Dick Grayson along with several other DC Universe characters.... Read more »

WORLD'S FINEST

World's Finest is a fan film directed by Sandy Collora. It works as a trailer to a movie that does not exist: the long-awaited cinematic team-up of Superman and Batman. While Superman and Batman have appeared together often in comic books and in animation, this fan film is the only time that the characters have been on the screen at the same time in live action.

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BATMAN: DEAD END

Batman: Dead End is a fan film made by Sandy Collora that premiered July 19, 2003 at the San Diego Comic-Con, and on the internet shortly thereafter. The film was made for a reported $30,000 and filmed in parts of North Hollywood, California, as a stand-in for Gotham City. Collora filmed a similar project, 2004's World's Finest, with much of the same cast and crew.

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BloodRayne: A Fan Film

We just received word from our friend Lara Croft (*see Pete's Basement Episode 16 -Ed.) aka Vera VanGuard that BloodRayne: A Fan Film is completed and available for viewing right now! It's a self-described super cheesy fan film where she fights Nazis, and there just may be a cameo by Captain America. Head on over to http://www.bloodraynefanfilm.com and check it out!

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