Stormfront’s first short film focuses on DC Comics’ Female characters

Baton Rouge, LA- February 25th, 2010-  Central Louisiana enters the world of fan film
creativity with the introduction  of Stormfront Entertainment’s (SFE) short film
“The Disagreement”. The movie has a scheduled release of 8pm on February 26th, 2010
from the official SFE website at

Based on two of the most popular female characters in the DC Universe, this little project
follows a polite conversation between Selina Kyle and Diana Prince that quickly turns sour
when the two characters discover their boyfriends have too much in common.  It does not
help matters that these lovely ladies are also Catwoman and Wonder Woman in disguise!

The project, which took approximately four months to complete with a budget of $600 dollars,
is the inaugural production by upstart independent film company SFE.  Actress Kristin Ann
(Selina Kyle), whose experience includes stints on Monk and The West Wing, takes the lead
role opposite Zabrina Lusker (Diana Prince), a newcomer to the acting scene.  Rounding out
the cast is actor Joshua Stelly.  All three actors are natives of the New Orleans and Baton
Rouge areas in south Louisiana.

Stormfront Entertainment plans to use “The Disagreement” as a launching platform to
enter the world of international fan film productions.  Other fan films projects currently
under development include “Hidden Friend” (Transformers), “Poker Night” (The Flash),
and “Donna Parker” (Green Lantern).  SFE also plans to integrate original projects into
the above list of developing fan films.  Original projects include “Zydeco” (horror),
“The Undelivered” (thriller), and “Proximate Violence” (suspense).

If you would like more information about this project, or would like to interview Producer
Sunah Park or Director David Noble, please contact SFE at 850-733-4569 or at



Fan Film Podcast Episode 62

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So Fanboy Will tells me of this fan film called X-23 Terrell Culbert. What the hell is an X-23? More importantly what the hell is a Terrell Culbert? Using my keen research skills I turn to the inter oracle known as THE GOOGLE.

A top-secret program is tasked to replicate the original Weapon X experiment that produced the feral mutant Wolverine. The Y chromosome from the only genetic sample from Weapon X is unable to be salvaged. So a female clone is proposed in the form of X-23. X-23 was created for the X-Men: Evolution animated television series and later brought into the comics pretty much how Harley Quinn from the Batman mythos did a decade or more ago.

OK! That answers that. Now who is this Culbert guy? The oracle tells us Terrell is a prolific talent who writes, draws, and makes fan films. I mean, if he didn’t make fan films I wouldn’t even be writing this, but I digress. Terrell runs his own imprint and productions under the label Breathe Again Entertainment. Along with his “X” related fan film his original character sEVE is being produced in comic book form and soon to the visual realm of film.

Also in this Fan Film Podcast, Fanboy Will sums up our feelings and thoughts beautifully on the passing of Andrew Koenig who took his own life this past week. Most of you may know Andrew from his portrayal of the Joker in Sandy Collora’s Batman: Dead End. Although, certainly not an embodiment of his entire life of work, this is a performance that will have a special place here in the confines of the Fan Film Podcast. R.I.P. Andrew.


Our fears in the Fan Film community, and the world of entertainment, have tragically become the horrible truth. Andrew Koenig, best known for his role in the sitcom Growing Pains, and as the son of Star Trek legend Walter Koenig, has taken his life at the age of 41. Koenig, who was staying with friends in Vancouver, went missing on Valentines day and was never seen again. Koenigs body was discovered in Vancouver’s, Stanley Park on Thursday. No cause of death has been determined. Koenig was best known in the Fan Film community for his outstanding portrayl of The Joker in Sandy Collora’s legendary fan film, Batman-Dead End. Andrew will be sorely missed, My heart goes out to Mr. Koenig, friends, and family. R.I.P



I see You’re back, Good! I’ve got a mini update for you today featuring the debut of FBT’s newest feature, The Action Fan Film directory page! That’s right, I plan on making all info concerning your favorite Action based Fan Films available in this index, and that includes reviews! This is just the beginning…coming soon will be a DC Comics, Marvel Comics, Sci-Fi, Batman, and Horror Fan Film database! If You’ve got a Fan Film you’d like to add to any of the databases listed above, send us your link, along with a synopsis of your film, and a poster/stills to post along with your entry. Okay, on to the second order of business…My review of Italian Director, Emanuele Bolognari’s, Batman-Dark Justice! And stop by the Coming Soon section today for word on an exciting new Fan Film based on 2000 A.D. Comics own, Judge Minty! For all of the above, and a bag of chips, click HERE. Enjoy Guys 🙂


Friday, Feb 05, 2010
Fan Film Podcast Episode 61

Welcome back to the FFP! It’s a new year, and we’re starting it off with a doubleheader! First up, Christopher Moshier (The Fan Film Follies) will be chewing the fat with Tim Brown. Tim stops by to tell us a little about the third annual Superman Celebration Fan Film Competition. For further details on the competition, and how you can be a part of it, check our previous entries below..

Our second guest is none other than Clutch, the man behind the brilliant new Star Wars Fan Film, currently blowing up the internet, Makazie One! Check out the film at the official website, and be sure to check out Tim’s newest project, The Butterfly Chronicles, by clicking HERE. Enjoy!

Listen to Episode 61 HERE, Enjoy!