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17th Sep '17 12:41:00 AM Piterpicher
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* Trailers for ''MetalGearSolidPhilanthropy'' have been generally well-met.

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* Trailers for ''MetalGearSolidPhilanthropy'' ''Fanfic/MetalGearSolidPhilanthropy'' have been generally well-met.
6th Sep '17 7:09:13 AM TheHazMatSuit
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* ''Series/DoctorWho'' has had a number of fan films made, especially during the intervening years between the cancellation in 1989 and the 2005 revival. Most notable among them is the four part serial ''TimeRift'', directed by Jon Blum (and featuring him as the 7th Doctor), who went on to become an AscendedFanboy and write several Eighth Doctor novels with his wife Kate Orman. The Creation of Main/YouTube has only allowed for more to be made, and shining examples of modern ''Who'' fan films are the Main/LongRunner ''WebVideo/TheLittleRedDoctors'' (started in 2013) and the comparatively recent ''WebVideo/DoctorWhoGuardian'', the latter of which has also spawned a [[Creator/BigFinish Big Finish]]-like spin-off audio series titled ''DoctorWhoOdissey''. Both series feature Doctors far in the future from the perspective of the BBC show, and often make up for their just-sightly-above average production values with crisp writing that in some cases manages to rise to the level of the best episodes of ''Who''.

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* ''Series/DoctorWho'' has had a number of fan films made, especially during the intervening years between the cancellation in 1989 and the 2005 revival. Most notable among them is the four part serial ''TimeRift'', directed by Jon Blum (and featuring him as the 7th Doctor), who went on to become an AscendedFanboy and write several Eighth Doctor novels with his wife Kate Orman. The Creation of Main/YouTube has only allowed for more to be made, and shining examples of modern ''Who'' fan films are the Main/LongRunner ''WebVideo/TheLittleRedDoctors'' ''WebVideo/TheLittleRedDoctor'' (started in 2013) and the comparatively recent ''WebVideo/DoctorWhoGuardian'', the latter of which has also spawned a [[Creator/BigFinish Big Finish]]-like spin-off audio series titled ''DoctorWhoOdissey''. Both series feature Doctors far in the future from the perspective of the BBC show, and often make up for their just-sightly-above average production values with crisp writing that in some cases manages to rise to the level of the best episodes of ''Who''.
6th Sep '17 7:08:16 AM TheHazMatSuit
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* ''Series/DoctorWho'' has had a number of fan films made, especially during the intervening years between the cancellation in 1989 and the 2005 revival. Most notable among them is the four part serial ''TimeRift'', directed by Jon Blum (and featuring him as the 7th Doctor), who went on to become an AscendedFanboy and write several Eighth Doctor novels with his wife Kate Orman.

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* ''Series/DoctorWho'' has had a number of fan films made, especially during the intervening years between the cancellation in 1989 and the 2005 revival. Most notable among them is the four part serial ''TimeRift'', directed by Jon Blum (and featuring him as the 7th Doctor), who went on to become an AscendedFanboy and write several Eighth Doctor novels with his wife Kate Orman. The Creation of Main/YouTube has only allowed for more to be made, and shining examples of modern ''Who'' fan films are the Main/LongRunner ''WebVideo/TheLittleRedDoctors'' (started in 2013) and the comparatively recent ''WebVideo/DoctorWhoGuardian'', the latter of which has also spawned a [[Creator/BigFinish Big Finish]]-like spin-off audio series titled ''DoctorWhoOdissey''. Both series feature Doctors far in the future from the perspective of the BBC show, and often make up for their just-sightly-above average production values with crisp writing that in some cases manages to rise to the level of the best episodes of ''Who''.
6th Aug '17 12:40:44 AM Piterpicher
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** ''Main/StarWarsDownunder'' puts a uniquely Australian twist on the Star Wars universe. The evil Darth Drongo has seized all the beer on the planet, and it's up to Jedi Knight Merve Bushwacker and his rebel allies to get it back!

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** ''Main/StarWarsDownunder'' ''WebVideo/StarWarsDownunder'' puts a uniquely Australian twist on the Star Wars universe. The evil Darth Drongo has seized all the beer on the planet, and it's up to Jedi Knight Merve Bushwacker and his rebel allies to get it back!
24th Jul '17 4:52:10 PM Morgenthaler
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* The same team behind ''Judge Minty'' later made an adaptation based on ''ComicBook/StrontiumDog'', another ComicBook/TwoThousandAD property, which is arguably even better. The fight scenes kick ass, the FX is once again impressive by fan film standards, and there's some nice bits of humor between Johnny Alpha and his partner Wulf.
22nd May '17 8:57:00 PM Merlyn_LeRoy
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* ''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f-1RMKdWz8M Fan-O-Rama: A Futurama Fan Film]] is a fan-made LiveActionAdaptation of {{WesternAnimation/Futurama}}.
16th May '17 6:46:12 AM BobSaget9
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* [[https://vimeo.com/79697570 Truth in Journalism]] is a fan made found footage mockumentary (done by the same guy who made Film/DirtyLaundry) in the style of Film/ManBitesDog that takes place in the MarvelUniverse during TheEighties involving [[Franchise/SpiderMan Eddie Brock]] making a documentary about the underbelly of New York. At one point, the film crew tells him that they don't have the budget to finish the film. [[spoiler:{{Comicbook/Venom}} [[KillEmAll is not pleased.]]]] And then, the film ends with [[spoiler:some footage from the start of the shoot: Eddie and the crew members stumbling across a crew filming an execution being done by Bullseye]].

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* [[https://vimeo.com/79697570 Truth in Journalism]] is a fan made found footage mockumentary (done by the same guy who made Film/DirtyLaundry) in the style of Film/ManBitesDog that takes place in the MarvelUniverse during TheEighties involving [[Franchise/SpiderMan Eddie Brock]] making a documentary about the underbelly of New York. At one point, the film crew tells him that they don't have the budget to finish the film.film and refuse to accept Eddie's money, lest they compromise the film's integrity. [[spoiler:{{Comicbook/Venom}} [[KillEmAll is not pleased.]]]] And then, the film ends with [[spoiler:some footage from the start of the shoot: Eddie and the crew members stumbling across a crew filming an execution being done by Bullseye]].
16th May '17 6:45:16 AM BobSaget9
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* [[https://vimeo.com/79697570 Truth in Journalism]] is a fan made found footage mockumentary (done by the same guy who made Film/DirtyLaundry) in the style of Film/ManBitesDog that takes place in the MarvelUniverse during TheEighties involving [[Franchise/SpiderMan Eddie Brock]] making a documentary about the underbelly of New York. At one point, the film crew tells him that they don't have the budget to finish the film. [[spoiler:{{Comicbook/Venom}} is not pleased.]] And then, the film ends with [[spoiler:Eddie and the remaining crew members stumbling across a crew filming an execution being done by Bullseye]].

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* [[https://vimeo.com/79697570 Truth in Journalism]] is a fan made found footage mockumentary (done by the same guy who made Film/DirtyLaundry) in the style of Film/ManBitesDog that takes place in the MarvelUniverse during TheEighties involving [[Franchise/SpiderMan Eddie Brock]] making a documentary about the underbelly of New York. At one point, the film crew tells him that they don't have the budget to finish the film. [[spoiler:{{Comicbook/Venom}} [[KillEmAll is not pleased.]] ]]]] And then, the film ends with [[spoiler:Eddie [[spoiler:some footage from the start of the shoot: Eddie and the remaining crew members stumbling across a crew filming an execution being done by Bullseye]].
14th May '17 5:29:23 PM nombretomado
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** Vic followed this up with ''The Fullmetal and Flame Show,'' made because TravisWillingham (Roy Mustang) wasn't available for the first film. The whole thing is a giant parody of [[TheSimpsons Itchy and Scratchy]], where Mustang and Ed (played by their respective merchandise) get into various ridiculous situations, with Edward getting revenge on Mustang in increasingly CrossesTheLineTwice manners (tricking him into a blender, using him as bait for a shark, telling him that a microwave was a soundstage to record a song album and ''setting him on fire''). Vic teased about the film for years before finally airing it at Otakon 2010.

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** Vic followed this up with ''The Fullmetal and Flame Show,'' made because TravisWillingham Creator/TravisWillingham (Roy Mustang) wasn't available for the first film. The whole thing is a giant parody of [[TheSimpsons [[WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons Itchy and Scratchy]], where Mustang and Ed (played by their respective merchandise) get into various ridiculous situations, with Edward getting revenge on Mustang in increasingly CrossesTheLineTwice manners (tricking him into a blender, using him as bait for a shark, telling him that a microwave was a soundstage to record a song album and ''setting him on fire''). Vic teased about the film for years before finally airing it at Otakon 2010.
19th Apr '17 11:57:38 PM Jones6192
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* ''WebVideo/TheIndianaJonesInterrogations'' is an ''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.

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* ''WebVideo/TheIndianaJonesInterrogations'' is an a seven-installment ''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. fans. 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.format. 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 the 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.films. 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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