FBT PRESENTS-FAN FILM OF THE DAY!

Hey Ladies and Gents, I decided to start up a new feature here on FBT that’s sure to satisfy all of you fellow Fan Film nuts out there, Fan Film Of The Day! FFOTD will spotlight a different Fan Film everyday from Action, to Horror, and everything in between.  Since life has been hectic of late I don’t get a chance to update as often as I used to, or would like to,  so FFOTD will be a great way to get your fix while I’m away.  For our very first installment of FFOTD I figured it would be a poetic move, of sorts, to go with a film by the Director of the very first Fan Film I have had the pleasure of reviewing, The Nightmare Ends On Halloween. The Director is Chris Notarile, The company is Blinky Productions, and the brand new film…DARKMAN! Hope you enjoy folks 🙂

-Fanboy Will

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2012′ FANBOY THEATRE CHRISTMAS SPECIAL

This is the second installment of our Christmas Special here at FBT, We hope you enjoy it 🙂

Films Featured: Christmas TaunTauns – by Matt Bagshaw, Ed Johnson, and Kirsty Dawson

A Very Arkham Christmas – by Ben Moody

Happy Holiday From Mr. J And Blinky Productions – by Chris Notarile

Updates And Other Treats…

I’m back as promised, and I’ve got coolness galore to share! We’ll start with Mr. Chris Notarile of Blinky Productions fame…Chris has been one busy beaver, cranking out numerous quality Fan Films over the last couple of months. Notarile returns to His Horror roots with the releases of, The Nightmare Ends On Halloween II, and Myers-Rise Of The Boogeyman. You can enjoy these films below, along with Daredevil 83′, Notarile’s take on Marvel Comics beloved Man Without Fear. Speaking of the Dare-Devil, Yet another Fan Film has surfaced featuring the crimson clad hero brought to you by Will Devokees. This film can be seen HERE.

In other news, If You like Horror Fan Film You’re in luck! Two new films are available online to satisfy your thirst for blood, and to tickle your funny bone..Evil Dead:Vendetta is an online fan series serving as a sequel to previous Evil Dead films. This time around the film focuses on Ash’s son. Look for plenty of Raimi-like goofiness in this one. This film is brought to you by Angry Camel Productions and is available for viewing HERE.

Closing up today’s updates, and continuing the blood shed, I bring you a a different sort of Fan Film, Director Effram J. Adams, Horror Movie. Adams film features a bullied girl who decides to exact revenge on Her tormentors by summoning the spirits of Freddy Krueger, Jason, Michael Myers, and a host of other Horror film icons, to do Her bidding. As it turns out, the troubled girl may have bit off much more than she can chew. You can view this film in five parts by clicking HERE.

That’s all today, We’ll be back with more Fan Film fodder next time, including our second annual Fanboy Theatre Christmas Special! See Ya’ then!

-Fanboy Will

UPDATES! UPDATES!! UPDATES!!!

While Fanboy Will has been away, the Fan Film community has been finishing films, and/or working on them, left and right! I am quite behind, so please forgive Me for some of the long overdue reviews, and announcements in this update. We’ll start with the new stuff first…Well, It was bound to happen, and it has! Our own, Christopher Moshier (also the head honcho behind Fan Film Follies) has nearly completed his very own Indiana Jones Fan Film! Chris has been working with Director, B. Anthony Gibson, and crew, on a prequel film to Gibson’s 2009′ film, Indiana Jones and the Secret of the Apalachee. The new film, Indiana Jones And The Legend Of Bimini is currently in production in Rochester N.Y., with Mr. Moshier serving as Location Manager. A not so easy undertake considering it’s an Indiana Jones Fan film. I think what I’ve seen thus far looks great, and I have every bit of faith in Mr. Gibson, Moshier, and crew to hit this one out of the park! You can help the cause by visiting the official webpage for the film HERE .   Meanwhile, Enjoy a trailer for, Indiana Jones And The Secret Of The Apalachee. Consume!


Now, on to the rest of the Fan Film Fun! First up is our old pal Chris Notarile, head honcho over at Blinky-Productions.com. Chris has just released two brand new Horror Fan Films based on two of the most popular Horror franchises in cinematic History, Friday The 13th, and Nightmare On Elm Street. Notarile decides to take a different approach this time. Both new films, Krueger-A Tale From Elmstreet, and Voorhees-Born On a Friday, are ‘Year One’ type stories, briefly exploring the evil roots of Freddy Krueger, and Jason Voorhees. Check them both out today in the FBT Screening Room!

Up next, Yet another Fan Film based on everyone’s favorite little boy gone wrong, Jason Voorhees! Friday The XIII-Resurrection, a film by Peter Murfet, is currently available for your viewing pleasure on Youtube. Click HERE for the carnage…


Much More coming your way tomorrow, as FBT’s Updateapalooza rolls on……Be here!

THE FANBOY THEATRE TV CHRISTMAS SPECIAL!

BLINKY PRODUCTIONS RETURNS TO HADDONFILED

Blinky Production’s Chris Notarile returns to Haddonfield with his latest Fan Film, Halloween -Season- Consume!!

BLINKY PRODUCTIONS NEEDS YOUR HELP

Yet another good friend of FBT, (Blinky Production’s own, Chris Notarile) is asking for your help to make a dream become a reality. I know Chris is a huge fan of the Halloween films, so reach deep into your pockets for a guy who knows how Halloween SHOULD be done…. Below is a synopsis of the project, Halloween Season, details on the fundraiser can be found HERE at Indiegogo.com

“Halloween (Season) is a non-canon atmospheric look at the stylistic world of Haddonfield and it’s my evil resident.

Michael Myers, one of the world’s most famous and deadliest slashers to ever exist, can best be classified as a thrill killer: A predator who finds excitement in the art of hunting and stalking prey.

But it is their first kill that creates an unquenchable blood lust in most thrill killers. And in an effort to recapture that defining moment of his live, Michael Myers attempts to recreate his first murder, the killing of his sister, Judith.”