SPIDER-MAN-THE LOST EPISODE

KANSAS CITY, KS – KANSAS CITY FILMMAKER JASON DAMIAN RELEASES TRAILER FOR SPIDER-MAN FAN FILM FEATURING CAST FROM TELEVISION SHOW & VIDEO GAME TO CONCLUDE “SPIDER-MAN: THE ANIMATED SERIES” AS A TRIBUTE TO THE LONG RUNNING CARTOON SHOW. 

In October 2010, filmmaker, Jason Damian began pre-production with storyboard artist and producer, Mason Welsh on a Spider-Man fan film. Unlike Jason Damian’s previous Spider-Man fan film, “The Death of Spider-Man,” this film wasn’t about telling a new Spider-Man story. Instead, this fan film was about closing a chapter in Spider-Man’s pop culture legacy. The new film would take on the task of concluding the popular 1994 cartoon show, “Spider-Man: The Animated Series!”

For futher press inquries about “Spider-Man: The Search for Mary Jane Watson – The Lost Episode” please direct all e-mail to Jason Damian at influencefilms2008@gmail.com Thank you for supporting Influence Films, Inc.
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SPIDER-MAN 3 FOR ALL (AT BRADLEY UNIVERSITY)

Just received this one via E-Mail the other day and I decided to share it with you lucky folks today! The film, Spider-Man 3 For All, is by Alexander Malamos, a brief synopsis of the film from it’s creators is available below. Enjoy!

“When Dr. Connors turns into the Lizard, he blames Peter Parker for helping him with the transformation (As seen in Spider-Man Vengeance). Meanwhile, Punisher thinks Spider-Man is the man who attacked a student, and aims to punish Spider-Man.

This is Alex Malamos, one of the minds behind this short – I just wanted to add that this movie was shot with a very low budget, as full-time college students, trying to make a decent movie in our final 4 months of school ever. Then a month or two later graduation.

I apologize for it not being the greatest quality in terms of…well, everything. Nonetheless, we had fun with it and knowing that info I hope all can enjoy it. I think the budget was around $155, not including the stuff I happened to have before it anyways, which would put it at $450. Compared to my other attempts at spiderman fan films, this was amazing. That’s what it was mostly for me. A personal record; leaving the other two ‘films’ in the dust. And I can safely say I did that.

I want to thank the youtube sound effect page for allowing me to use some of the effects available on his page. That page is located at http://www.youtube.com/user/SoundEffectsCapital. ”

Thank you!

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

ROGER KING RETURNS TO THE FFP!

Fan Film Podcast Episode 79

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Mr. Roger King from Bag and Board Productions is another returning guest we’ve previously spoke with who we had on the Fan Film Podcast two years ago. When we first spoke with Roger his ambitious six part series was just premiering online with episode one. He has sense concluded releasing his epic Spider-Man fan films and joins us to give insight into the long production journey he embarked. He’ll certainly go down in the history books of the fan film archives producing what is the most ambitious Spidey fan film series to date.

You may of noticed this year the podcast episodes have been few and far between. I have to give a giant thank you to our very own JE Smith for the help in filling out those big gaps between Fan Film Follies Podcasts. The excuse for the lack of episodes is an easy answer…time. We’re working on a solution for that! Very soon we’ll be hosting the podcast live and unedited via TalkShoe every other week to be broadcast Wednesday or Thursday. We’ll have more details soon. This way instead of having to spend the time to edit, schedule guests, massively prepare…we’ll be able to open up the conversation to all fan film lovers.

FROM DOCTORS-TO POTTERS, FROM RATS-TO BATS

Hello Hello, I am back as promised with a Gigant-a-mundo Fan Film update just for You! (pointing at Everyone) Let’s start with some Fan Films that are playing now…First up is the recently released Doctor Who Fan Film by John Adams, Doctor Who-A Survivor’s Triangle. Also available for your immediate viewing pleasure, The Rat (A Batman Fan Film) by Films Entire and James Fabrigar, Spider-Man:Asylum, A film brought to you by X-Men:District-X Director, Jacopo, Harry Potter Fan Film, James Potter And The Case Of The Gatekeeper, And a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle Fan Film currently tearing up the internet, Fight The Foot! Have fun 🙂

Roger King On His Awesome Fan Film Series, Peter’s Web