Today’s FFOTD is an oldie, but a goodie, from the Godfather of Fan Films Himself, Mr. Donald F. Glut. Atomic Man Vs. Martian Invaders was made way back in 1967, But Glut’s camera work, and all around creativity, make this short a true classic. You can check out Mr. Glut’s website here

If You would like to hear an interview with Mr. Glut I conducted for My podcast (The Fan Film Podcast)  along with fellow Fan Film maven Chris Moshier ( Please click HERE.

Enjoy til’ your head explodes!!



Hey Gang, It’s been awhile since I’ve posted due to an evil cold/Flu/Bronchial thing i caught in October. Unfortunately It started the second day of the 2011′ New York Comicon  leaving me useless. Due to the severity of my condition I had to make the con a two day only event, leaving me with a handful of pictures, some memories, and unfortunately, no interviews… The cold has lasted over a month now but I’m slowly recovering day by day.

In other news, I also managed to attend, and take part in, the 2011′ Asbury Park Zombie Walk in Asbury Park NJ. I have pictures of the event, along with pics from the first annual NJ Zombie Walk Undead Festival, available for your viewing pleasure HERE.

In closing today, We mourn the passing of The Fan Film Podcast, The show I co-host with Christopher Moshier (The Fan Film Follies), once called home, but after hosting 79 episodes of our show the site will be closing it’s doors for good on December 1st. The FFP can now be found at our new home on Talkshoe. Thanks for the memories Guys 🙂

Next update: It’s back to business covering the world of Fan Films with new releases from Chris Notarile, Fan Film reviews, and more!


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 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!

New Fan Film Releases And Announcements!

Today’s post focuses on brand new Fan Film projects available now for all to enjoy. First up is The Badge And The Bat, a Batgirl Fan Film by Fair Amount Pictures, and 3 Block Radius, I mentioned in my previous post. You can check out the finished product below…Next up is a special announcement! Our old buddy Gary Lobstein (creator of the film’s – Hulk-Aftermath, Dr. Fate & The Crawling Chaos, and A Question of Fate) recently broke the news to FBT that the third addition to his Dr. Fate Fan Film trilogy (Dr.Fate Returns) is currently in production, and will be coming soon to a monitor near You! If You’re a fan of Mr. Lobstein’s work you should also check out an interview for The Fan Film Podcast, conducted by both Christopher Moshier (The Fan Film Follies) and Myself ,with our very special guest, You guessed it… Gary Lobstein! click HERE for the show. Out last entry of the day focus on Super Unofficial, A crew of filmmakers with an interesting concept in Fan Film storytelling. Read the official statement from SU’s Youtube page,

“THE FIVE FACES PROJECT is a new venture for Super Unofficial, an anthology of separate stories, each a stand-alone short film exploring the stories of five different, lower-level heroes in their own breakout stories. In five different cities, crime takes on five different forms and it will take five different heroes to battle it. Five heroes: The Shadow, Black Canary, Booster Gold, Robin, and Captain Marvel. Four unique and action-packed tales. One choice: Yours.”

I am pleased to announce that three of the above mentioned films are now posted on SU’s Youtube page! Click HERE for Booster Gold, HERE for The Shadow, and HERE for Black Canary! All of these films look great, I will be posting seperate reviews of each of the entries soon.


Fan Film Podcast Episode 75

This addition of the award winning Fan Film Podcast is…ok…we’ve never won any awards. In fact we’ve never even been close to be nominated for anything. Our efforts are clearly ignored by the mass media and most people in general. So in this addition of the very underrated and under appreciated Fan Film Podcast Fanboy Will talks about his experiences and offers up some interviews from this year’s New York Comic Con that took place October 8th through the 10th at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center.

Fanboy Will did record the panel for the Syfy series Riese. Unfortunately, the audio of the panel is often times hard to hear so we decided to leave it off the new episodes of the Podcast. Instead we’ll offer the audio as a separate file for anyone who really wants to gander a listen. You can make out what’s being said, but in some parts you really have to pay attention to get what the panelists are saying.

Interviews that are included on the Podcast are Vixens of Virtue Vixens of Vice creator Rob Longo as well as actor Corey Feldman. Plus we get stories of all Will’s adventures at the convention.

This will be the last Podcast of 2010. We’ll be back sometime in late winter or early spring of 2011 to bring you all new interviews with the talents behind some great fan films. Both Will and I extend a very happy holiday and hope you’ll keep visiting us both at the Fan Film Follies and Fanboy Theatre as we make our regular updates into the new year.


Chris Moshier



Fan Film Podcast Episode 74

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I trust everyone had a safe and fun Halloween if you’re into that sort of thing. It’s always a fun time of year here in the North East of the United States. That is until the snow begins to fall. Hard to believe the American Thanksgiving is only a couple short weeks away and then that whole Christmas thing will be upon us. So with all that said we’ll probably only have a couple shows for you the rest of the year. We already have some quality interviews lined up for 2011 so keep an ear out for those.

The next couple Fan Film Podcasts will have Fanboy Will’s experiences, interviews, and panels from a couple conventions he went to this past October in New York City. I’m sure all you intune comic book fans know the ones I speak of. They’re, of the course, the Wizard Big Apple Comic Con and the New York Comic Con at Jacob K. Javits Center. We start off with the Wizard Con where Will speaks with artist Mike McKone. The second half of the show we bring you the original Batman Television Show Panel with guests Adam West and Bruce Ward.


Howdy Ladies and Gents! Just wanted to throw up a mini-post before our coverage from the 2010′ New York Comicon. Last night My partner Chris Moshier (The Fan Film Follies) and I, had the unique pleasure of interviewing some of the creative forces (Jennifer Zhang, Hugh Jardon, and Will Magno) behind a witty, funny, and surprisingly entertaining Fan Film parody (There ain’t too many of em’), Street Fighter High-The Musical! Well, in record time, Chris Moshier has just posted the audio from the show! Visit The Fan Film Podcast today to hear all about this fantastic Fan Film from the creators themselves! And just to make your lives a little easier, and proving that I’m the nicest Fanboy around, I have posted part one and two of the film below. Thanks so much for being on our show gang 😉