Ralph McQuarrie’s original concept art for Star Wars still influences the designs and creatures we see in the films, in comics, and on TV today. His legacy in the shaping of the saga’s visual identity is unquestionable. But his work also paints a picture of a Star Wars we never got to see—one this fan film…
Many live-action anime adaptations are objectively terrible, but Robot Underdog’s Dragon Ball Z: Light of Hope manages to set itself apart. Not with incredibly high production values or brilliant fight sequences, but with an earnest love and respect for the series that it’s based on.
“Who literary?” “Like what Terry always quoted?” I do not know what is happening here.
Following the announcement that Five Nights at Freddy’s was going to become a movie, a lot of people couldn’t help but wonder how exactly that would work. Can FNAF translate well to film? Well, after watching what people are doing with Freddy already, I’m totally convinced it can.
PC players have been making good use of GTA V’s Rockstar Editor this week, a feature that lets people make their own movies inside of the game.
Yesterday, a fan-made Power Rangers reboot released on video hosting site Vimeo. The video, which showcased a more dark take on Power Rangers, exploded—tons of people seemed to like it. But not the people who actually make Power Rangers.
Well, that didn't take long. Literally days after being announced, folks are already making short films about Far Cry 4. Damn.
DC Comics has a Holy Trinity, a trio of decades-old world-renown characters that are the publisher’s bedrock. In the last 35 years, Superman has had six big-budget movies come out from major studios. Batman’s gotten eight. But Wonder Woman hasn’t had any. This video shows why the complete lack of onscreen Diana is a…
It seemed like Mortal Kombat was dead for a while there. No games, no movies, no Fatalities. But now, the gory fighting franchise is back, with a movie in development and season two of a slickly-made web series making its debut today. (The first episode is above.) The same guy is in charge of both, but he says the…
First teased earlier in the month, a 14-minute Red Dead Redemption movie is now ready for viewing. And it's...yeah.
Teased a few months back, the first episode of What Remains, a series based on Naughty Dog's upcoming The Last Of Us, is now out. It's 18 minutes long.
Despite being made on a tight budget, The Brothers Rapture is a well-made BioShock fan-film which takes a look at two men who who relocate to Rapture in search of a clean slate. And, naturally, the brothers end up grappling with the moral quandary of using plasmids along the way.
I was really hoping for a "There is no Princess. There is only Zuul" riff in this mash-up video. But the absence of that doesn't stop this clip from being a pretty clever blend of Super Mario stuff and Ghostbusters moments. A giant Kirby as the Star Puft Marshmallow Man? Inspired.
We saw the poster for When Gordon Met Chell earlier this week. The short film the poster was designed for is now available for viewing.
Seems to me that fan films inspired by video games can go one of two ways. Either they try to perform the stunts and action in titles like Batman: Arkham City or they focus on recreating the look of the fictional worlds in the games they draw from.
A group of hardcore Half-Life fans with a pretty good camera, twelve hundred bucks and years of their lives have completed their short film Beyond Black Mesa, a tribute to Valve's dystopian sci-fi shooter.