The Empire Strikes Back was one of the chief nerdy influences on this fun little Christmas special from 1997, where a neglected snowman raises an army and tries to take over Christmas from Santa.
The martial arts group Z Team is back after releasing their movie Die Fighting last year for a post apocalyptic webseries, Drained World, and you can watch the first episode right here.
Wonder Woman and Steve Trevor try to stop a plot by the evil terrorist group Kobra in the third episode of Justice League: Gods and Monsters Chronicles.
Superman, the son of General Zod in this dark alternate universe, must find a way to stop Brainiac from destroying the East Coast before President Amanda Waller is forced to launch a nuke to end the threat.
Originally showing in front of The Empire Strikes Back, the fantasy short film Black Angel was thought lost until the negatives were found and restored.
Kirk Langstrom is Batman in the first episode of Justice League: Gods and Monsters Chronicles, set in a dark alternate universe where the Justice League keeps order in brutal fashion.
Kung Fury is finally here in all it’s awesome 80’s glory as the world’s greatest cop and martial artist must travel back in time to stop Hitler from unlocking the secrets of Kung Fu.
A group of Templar Knights hunt what they think is a demon in the excellent Predator fan film, Predator: Dark Ages.
Adi Shankar, producer of Dredd and The Grey, and Joseph Kahn, director of Torque and Detention, team up for a gritty, violent reboot of Mighty Morphin Power Rangers with the short film, Power/Rangers.
Fox’s highly anticipated Batman prequel is here as a rookie Jim Gordon and his partner, Harvey Bullock, investigate the murder of the Waynes, and other crimes, on the streets of Gotham City.