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19th May '16 12:52:53 PM erforce
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* ''FanFilm/FreddyVsGhostbusters'' pits Freddy Krueger from ''Franchise/ANightmareOnElmStreet'' against the ''Film/{{Ghostbusters}}''. A man called Neill who lives on Elm Street is haunted by Freddy, so he calls in the Ghostbusters for help. Among other things, Freddy repeats the "I'm your boyfriend now, Nancy!" phone gag on a balding middle-aged man by mistake, the Ghostbusters call Jared from Subway for advice by BreakingTheFourthWall, and [[spoiler:Freddy kills Jared.]] Three seperate endings were shot. In the standard ending [[TheGoodGuysAlwaysWin the Ghostbusters defeat Freddy]] and trap him in their container, but in the first alternate one [[TheBadGuyWins Freddy kills all three of them]] and does a VictoryDance, and in the second alternate ending Freddy and the Ghostbusters go outside and [[GainaxEnding do a dance and song number in the street]].
** Speaking of the Springwood Slasher, don't forget the feature-length [[http://archive.org/details/FreddysReturnANightmareReborn Freddy's Return: A Nightmare Reborn]]. Set before Freddy's Dead, it focuses on Freddy's last would-be victim before he got baked extra-crispy. For having no budget, it's extremely well-done and occasionally pretty creepy.
* KRUEGER is a four-part miniseries by Blinky Productions that focuses on Freddy Krueger before he was burned to death. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1S1tAaLZo9w A Tale from Elm Street]] is about his arrest and interrogation. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BVv49r6XIIk Another Tale from Elm Street]] is about one of his murders. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zqJvLMz8Uxk A Walk Through Elm Street]] offers look into Freddy's mind. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Osi4yeEpG00 The Slasher from Elm Street]] about his relationship with his daughter Kathryn.

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* ''FanFilm/FreddyVsGhostbusters'' pits Freddy Krueger from ''Franchise/ANightmareOnElmStreet'' against the ''Film/{{Ghostbusters}}''.Franchise/{{Ghostbusters}}. A man called Neill who lives on Elm Street is haunted by Freddy, so he calls in the Ghostbusters for help. Among other things, Freddy repeats the "I'm your boyfriend now, Nancy!" phone gag on a balding middle-aged man by mistake, the Ghostbusters call Jared from Subway for advice by BreakingTheFourthWall, and [[spoiler:Freddy kills Jared.]] Three seperate endings were shot. In the standard ending [[TheGoodGuysAlwaysWin the Ghostbusters defeat Freddy]] and trap him in their container, but in the first alternate one [[TheBadGuyWins Freddy kills all three of them]] and does a VictoryDance, and in the second alternate ending Freddy and the Ghostbusters go outside and [[GainaxEnding do a dance and song number in the street]].
* ''Franchise/ANightmareOnElmStreet''
** Speaking of the Springwood Slasher, don't forget the The feature-length [[http://archive.''[[http://archive.org/details/FreddysReturnANightmareReborn Freddy's Return: A Nightmare Reborn]]. Reborn]]''. Set before Freddy's Dead, ''Film/FreddysDeadTheFinalNightmare'', it focuses on Freddy's last would-be victim before he got baked extra-crispy. For having no budget, it's extremely well-done and occasionally pretty creepy.
* KRUEGER ** ''KRUEGER'' is a four-part miniseries by Blinky Productions that focuses on Freddy Krueger before he was burned to death. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1S1tAaLZo9w A Tale from Elm Street]] is about his arrest and interrogation. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BVv49r6XIIk Another Tale from Elm Street]] is about one of his murders. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zqJvLMz8Uxk A Walk Through Elm Street]] offers look into Freddy's mind. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Osi4yeEpG00 The Slasher from Elm Street]] about his relationship with his daughter Kathryn.
19th May '16 9:54:01 AM Doug86
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* ''[[WebVideo/ImAMarvelAndImADC I'm a Marvel... And I'm a DC]]'' by [[http://www.youtube.com/user/ItsJustSomeRandomGuy ItsJustSomeRandomGuy]] is a popular fan-made series featuring action figures of famous {{Marvel}} and DCComics characters. Originally, it started as a spoof of the "I'm a Mac... And I'm a PC" ads, with Franchise/{{Superman}} and ComicBook/{{Spider-Man}} comparing their respective film series. Eventually, it evolved to include other characters, such as Franchise/{{Batman}}, [[ComicBook/TheIncredibleHulk the Hulk]], ComicBook/IronMan, etc., and the "After Hours" series, originally mean to depict what the characters do when they're not making snarky remarks about each others' movies, developed its own involved plotline. Regardless, it's still pretty funny.

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* ''[[WebVideo/ImAMarvelAndImADC I'm a Marvel... And I'm a DC]]'' by [[http://www.youtube.com/user/ItsJustSomeRandomGuy ItsJustSomeRandomGuy]] is a popular fan-made series featuring action figures of famous {{Marvel}} and DCComics characters. Originally, it started as a spoof of the "I'm a Mac... And I'm a PC" ads, with Franchise/{{Superman}} and ComicBook/{{Spider-Man}} ComicBook/SpiderMan comparing their respective film series. Eventually, it evolved to include other characters, such as Franchise/{{Batman}}, [[ComicBook/TheIncredibleHulk the Hulk]], ComicBook/IronMan, etc., and the "After Hours" series, originally mean to depict what the characters do when they're not making snarky remarks about each others' movies, developed its own involved plotline. Regardless, it's still pretty funny.
19th Apr '16 12:51:31 PM erforce
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* TheIndianaJonesInterrogations is an IndianaJones fan film mini-series currently airing on YouTube and Vimeo, produced by a small but passionate sect of Indy fans, and starring Jonathan Rogers, previously known for his [[WebVideo/MinnesotaAnthonyReviews Minnesota Anthony]] series. It is pretty unorthodox for a fan film of the character in that it uses a FoundFootage format, but one that is logical to the franchise's world. Each installment is designed to resemble old, damaged interrogation tapes from the 1930's, that depict Indy being brutally questioned while in Nazi custody. Also unorthodox in that it's focus is not on action, but on exploring Indy's psyche, and which includes patching up some of the plot holes presented by the films, concerning his religious beliefs. While it only features one character on camera (Indy), it has a supporting cast of off-screen characters too, and is heavily influenced by the format of the early episodes of WebVideo/TheJokerBlogs.

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* TheIndianaJonesInterrogations ''WebVideo/TheIndianaJonesInterrogations'' is an IndianaJones ''Franchise/IndianaJones'' fan film mini-series currently airing on YouTube and Vimeo, produced by a small but passionate sect of Indy fans, and starring Jonathan Rogers, previously known for his [[WebVideo/MinnesotaAnthonyReviews Minnesota Anthony]] series. It is pretty unorthodox for a fan film of the character in that it uses a FoundFootage format, but one that is logical to the franchise's world. Each installment is designed to resemble old, damaged interrogation tapes from the 1930's, that depict Indy being brutally questioned while in Nazi custody. Also unorthodox in that it's focus is not on action, but on exploring Indy's psyche, and which includes patching up some of the plot holes presented by the films, concerning his religious beliefs. While it only features one character on camera (Indy), it has a supporting cast of off-screen characters too, and is heavily influenced by the format of the early episodes of WebVideo/TheJokerBlogs.
18th Apr '16 7:09:00 AM matteste
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* FanFic/FantasyKaleidoscope is an animated ''VideoGame/{{Touhou}}'' work that would not look out of place when compared to professionally created anime. The animation and sound effects are done by the fan [[http://manpukujinja.blog135.fc2.com/ Manpuku Jinja]], albeit without any 'official' voice acting, instead using subtitles. Four episodes have been released so far, with many fandubs provided in both Japanese and English on NND and YouTube respectively. Or both.

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* FanFic/FantasyKaleidoscope is an animated ''VideoGame/{{Touhou}}'' work that would not look out of place when compared to professionally created anime. The animation and sound effects are done by the fan [[http://manpukujinja.blog135.fc2.com/ Manpuku Jinja]], albeit without any 'official' voice acting, instead using subtitles. Four Six episodes have been released so far, with many fandubs provided in both Japanese and English on NND and YouTube respectively. Or both.both.
* Also from the ''VideoGame/{{Touhou}}'' fandom is ''[[FanFic/TheSealedEsotericHistory Hifuu Club Activity Record ~The Sealed Esoteric History~]]'' that like the aforementioned ''Fantasy Kaleidoscope'' boasts incredibly high animation standards. Unlike ''Fantasy Kaleidoscope'', it also ended up getting a proper dub with professional voice actors (although it started with sub only at first).
12th Mar '16 3:26:42 AM rufusluciusivan
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* ''Literature/TheHungerGames'' have a lot of fanfilms what about the generic setting making it a little easier to do, yet one of the good ones can be seen here [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7mUjssn86h4]]

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* ''Literature/TheHungerGames'' have a lot of fanfilms what about the generic setting making it a little easier to do, yet one of the good ones can be seen here [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7mUjssn86h4]]com/watch?v=7mUjssn86h4 here ]].
** Another example is ''WebVideo/WeepingWillow''. Watch it [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o-xwmNDuGgI here]].
24th Feb '16 6:51:33 PM ZeldaQueen64
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* The ''Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda'' video game franchise has many Fan Films, ranging from the [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kwxVjNLPVhI silly]] to the serious. However, the copyright bogeyman led to ''The Hero of Time'' getting a CeaseAndDesist from Creator/{{Nintendo}} and is no longer distributed online by its creators. It can still be found with a quick Google search, though.

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* The ''Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda'' video game franchise has many Fan Films, ranging from the [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kwxVjNLPVhI silly]] to the serious. However, the copyright bogeyman led to ''The Hero of Time'' ''WebVideo/TheHeroOfTime'' getting a CeaseAndDesist from Creator/{{Nintendo}} and is no longer distributed online by its creators. It can still be found with a quick Google search, though.
8th Feb '16 10:16:11 PM Jones6192
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* TheIndianaJonesInterrogations is an IndianaJones fan film mini-series currently airing on YouTube and Vimeo, produced by a small but passionate sect of Indy fans, and starring Jonathan Rogers, previously known for his [[MinnesotaAnthonyReviews Minnesota Anthony]] series. It is pretty unorthodox for a fan film of the character in that it uses a FoundFootage format, but one that is logical to the franchise's world. Each installment is designed to resemble old, damaged interrogation tapes from the 1930's, that depict Indy being brutally questioned while in Nazi custody. Also unorthodox in that it's focus is not on action, but on exploring Indy's psyche, and which includes patching up some of the plot holes presented by the films, concerning his religious beliefs. While it only features one character on camera (Indy), it has a supporting cast of off-screen characters too, and is heavily influenced by the format of the early episodes of WebVideo/TheJokerBlogs.

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* TheIndianaJonesInterrogations is an IndianaJones fan film mini-series currently airing on YouTube and Vimeo, produced by a small but passionate sect of Indy fans, and starring Jonathan Rogers, previously known for his [[MinnesotaAnthonyReviews [[WebVideo/MinnesotaAnthonyReviews Minnesota Anthony]] series. It is pretty unorthodox for a fan film of the character in that it uses a FoundFootage format, but one that is logical to the franchise's world. Each installment is designed to resemble old, damaged interrogation tapes from the 1930's, that depict Indy being brutally questioned while in Nazi custody. Also unorthodox in that it's focus is not on action, but on exploring Indy's psyche, and which includes patching up some of the plot holes presented by the films, concerning his religious beliefs. While it only features one character on camera (Indy), it has a supporting cast of off-screen characters too, and is heavily influenced by the format of the early episodes of WebVideo/TheJokerBlogs.
8th Feb '16 9:58:47 PM Jones6192
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* TheIndianaJonesInterrogations is an IndianaJones fan film mini-series currently airing on YouTube and Vimeo, produced by a small but passionate sect of Indy fans, and starring Jonathan Rogers, previously known for his [[MinnesotaAnthonyReviews Minnesota Anthony]] series. It is pretty unorthodox for a fan film of the character in that it uses a FoundFootage format, but one that is logical to the franchise's world. Each installment is designed to resemble old, damaged interrogation tapes from the 1930's, that depict Indy being brutally questioned while in Nazi custody. Also unorthodox in that it's focus is not on action, but on exploring Indy's psyche, and which includes patching up some of the plot holes presented by the films, concerning his religious beliefs. While it only features one character on camera (Indy), it has a supporting cast of off-screen characters too, and is heavily influenced by the format of the early episodes of WebVideo/TheJokerBlogs.
16th Dec '15 8:26:23 PM FF32
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* ''[[FanFic/ImAMarvelAndImADC I'm a Marvel... And I'm a DC]]'' by [[http://www.youtube.com/user/ItsJustSomeRandomGuy ItsJustSomeRandomGuy]] is a popular fan-made series featuring action figures of famous {{Marvel}} and DCComics characters. Originally, it started as a spoof of the "I'm a Mac... And I'm a PC" ads, with Franchise/{{Superman}} and ComicBook/{{Spider-Man}} comparing their respective film series. Eventually, it evolved to include other characters, such as Franchise/{{Batman}}, [[ComicBook/TheIncredibleHulk the Hulk]], ComicBook/IronMan, etc., and the "After Hours" series, originally mean to depict what the characters do when they're not making snarky remarks about each others' movies, developed its own involved plotline. Regardless, it's still pretty funny.

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* ''[[FanFic/ImAMarvelAndImADC ''[[WebVideo/ImAMarvelAndImADC I'm a Marvel... And I'm a DC]]'' by [[http://www.youtube.com/user/ItsJustSomeRandomGuy ItsJustSomeRandomGuy]] is a popular fan-made series featuring action figures of famous {{Marvel}} and DCComics characters. Originally, it started as a spoof of the "I'm a Mac... And I'm a PC" ads, with Franchise/{{Superman}} and ComicBook/{{Spider-Man}} comparing their respective film series. Eventually, it evolved to include other characters, such as Franchise/{{Batman}}, [[ComicBook/TheIncredibleHulk the Hulk]], ComicBook/IronMan, etc., and the "After Hours" series, originally mean to depict what the characters do when they're not making snarky remarks about each others' movies, developed its own involved plotline. Regardless, it's still pretty funny.
8th Dec '15 3:51:49 PM hamza678
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* [[http://legendaryfrog.com/movies_released.php Legendary Frog]] is another prolific producer of flash films, including the ''LordOfTheRings'' parody [[http://onering.legendaryfrog.com/movies_orse_w.php One Ring to Rule Them All]] and its [[http://onering.legendaryfrog.com/movies_or2_w.php sequel]].

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* [[http://legendaryfrog.com/movies_released.php Legendary Frog]] is another prolific producer of flash films, including the ''LordOfTheRings'' ''Film/LordOfTheRings'' parody [[http://onering.legendaryfrog.com/movies_orse_w.php One Ring to Rule Them All]] and its [[http://onering.legendaryfrog.com/movies_or2_w.php sequel]].



* Elena Hull's ''TokyoCrystalMew,'' a (so far) 3 episode (4 if you count the episode 1 remake) ''TokyoMewMew'' fan series, is well known for being a shining example of what ''not'' to do when making your own fan film. (Don't say that too loud though, or you will be bombarded with cries of [[LetsSeeYOUDoBetter "letz c u make ur own anime!!1"]] from the author's friends.)

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* Elena Hull's ''TokyoCrystalMew,'' ''WebAnimation/TokyoCrystalMew,'' a (so far) 3 episode (4 if you count the episode 1 remake) ''TokyoMewMew'' ''Anime/TokyoMewMew'' fan series, is well known for being a shining example of what ''not'' to do when making your own fan film. (Don't say that too loud though, or you will be bombarded with cries of [[LetsSeeYOUDoBetter "letz c u make ur own anime!!1"]] from the author's friends.)



* ''GuestFromTheFuture2'', sequel to Soviet SciFi classic ''GuestFromTheFuture'' set a few years after the film, in which a teenaged Alisa recruits Kolya to save the future from Literature/HarryPotter, who has stupefied humanity. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vXR9r2-9euw See here.]]

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* ''GuestFromTheFuture2'', ''WebAnimation/GuestFromTheFuture2'', sequel to Soviet SciFi classic ''GuestFromTheFuture'' ''Film/GuestFromTheFuture'' set a few years after the film, in which a teenaged Alisa recruits Kolya to save the future from Literature/HarryPotter, who has stupefied humanity. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vXR9r2-9euw See here.]]
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