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5 Fan Films That Are Way Better Than The Originals

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Many times, fans walk out of the theater saying, “I can do better.” Not a lot of them follow up on that statement, though. A select few, however, make something that eclipses what took millions of dollars to make. We look at five amazing fan films you can watch right now.

Spawn: The Recall

Director Michael Paris has been a Spawn fan since he was a kid. In 2014, he showcased his love for the character with Spawn: The Recall. In the film, a witch mother tries to protect her son from a known force. The eight-minute film was filmed in only two days. The amazing effects, however, took two years to complete.

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Batman: Dead End

Released in 2003, Batman: Dead End finds Batman facing off with Alien and The Predator. Andrew Koenig, who was best known for playing Richard “Boner” Stabone on Growing Pains, played The Joker. The eight-minute film, which cost $30,000 to make, made its debut at San Diego Comic Con.

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Rebel Scum

In 2016, Blood Brother Cinema Co. unveiled their Star Wars fan film Rebel Scum. The nine-minute film finds a rebel pilot face to face with a member of the Empire. For two months, the company spent their time shooting in the brutal cold at Alberta’s Columbia Icefields. The film was iincluded at numerous film festivals across the country.

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Spider-Man: Eclipse

Al White has directed several short films in his career. In 2012, he gained buzz for his work on Spider-Man: Eclipse. Fans praise it for taking a much darker tone on the beloved comic book character. The flick features Alexander Chard as Spider-Man and Alison Lyons as Mary Jane.

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Batman Versus The Terminator

Batman has faced everyone from Predator to Spawn. Unfortunately, he never faced The Terminator until 2014. Created by Mitchell Hammond, Batman Versus The Terminator finds Batman living in a world where Skynet rules. In order to save things, he must team up with John Connor in a five-minute juggernaut.

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