TED SIKORA NEEDS YOUR HELP

Ted Sikora is an old chum of ours here at FBT, and His awesome film, Hero Tomorrow remains one of our favorites. Recently, Mr. Sikora and crew have been trying to bring even more attention to his labor of love by actually publishing a comic book based on the films superhero character, Apama. We at FBT are proud supporters of Mr. Sikora, and urge you to pick up a copy of his film by following the links below. Your efforts may help a really cool plan become a reality, You can read the details below… T-Shirts and Posters are also available so dig deep people! The following is a message from Ted Sikora himself….

There is a rare opportunity for us to present an uber-hip gigantic Apama comic book art installation in downtown Cleveland.

To finance this project we’ve temporarily dropped the price of the ‘critically acclaimed, loaded with extras, (kabob-stand next to Avatar’s Four Season Restaurant)’ HERO TOMORROW DVD to $14.99. It’s available for that price only at FILM BABY.

The first Apama SHIRTS and POSTERS are also now available from Red Bubble.

Apama #2 will hopefully be done in late October : )

Thanks so much for your support.

Ted Sikora

LOOK OUT KICK-ASS, HERE COMES THE VIPER!

FBT SPOTLIGHT: CULT RETRO CINEMA!

FBT SPOTLIGHT: CULT RETRO CINEMA

HEY HEY HEY, It’s Faaaaaaaaaaaaaaat Albert! Nope, just me Fanboy 🙂 Today on FBT We shine the spotlight on Cult Retro Cinema’s superhero, and saturday serial style films. For those of you not in the know, Cult Retro Cinema was founded by none other than Mr. Bill Black. Mr. Black also happens to be the president of AC Comics, The independent comics giant behind such titles as, Captain Paragon, Commando D, Sentinels Of Justice, Nightveil, And their longest running, and most popular title,  Femforce. AC Comics is also known for it’s re-prints of lost Golden Age comics from the Superhero, and Western genres.

Fueled by his love of Movie Serials from the Golden Age, Retro Sci-Fi cinema, and B-Films, Mr. Black has decided to pursue an old passion of his, Filmmaking. With the birth of Cult Retro, Mr. Black’s comic book universe gets the live -action treatment in the form of original serial style short films starring some of his most popular characters. Today on FBT I will be reviewing three of Mr. Blacks films including..The Return Nyoka The Jungle Girl, Nightveil-The Sorcerer’s Eye, and The Blue Bulleteer-Captured By The Cloak. Check out all three write-up’s in the Reviews section. Make sure to stop by Cult Retro’s website today, and pick up some DVD’s while you’re there 🙂 Enjoy!

THE SUPERHERO CINEMA OF DONALD F. GLUT

I came across this article on Horrorseek.com. If you’re not familiar with Mr. Glut’s groundbreaking work in the hallowed halls of Fan Film history, this is a great article to introduce you to the incredible creativity, ingenuity, and heart, that make Don’s films so enjoyable to this very day!

This particular article focuses on Don’s superhero Fan Film’s. Years before Batman fought The Predator, or Dan Poole swung around Maryland on a rope, Don was making his own superhero films in his backyard featuring the likes of, Captain America, The Phantom, Captain Marvel, Spy Smasher, Spider-Man, and more!

If You like what you see, and you’d like to see more, I highly recommend picking up a copy of Don’s DVD, I Was A Teenage Movie Maker. Enjoy!

ONCE A HERO-DOES ANYONE REMEMBER THIS SHOW?

Anyone?………Anyone?……Ahh, forget it..