This fanvid counts down five decades of fandom to Billy Joel’s ‘We Didn’t Start the Fire,’ and it’s surprisingly sweet. Don’t miss the creator’s notes. The password to watch is, naturally, fandom! (via)
August 15th, 2012 by Dunc · 4 Comments
April 24th, 2010 by Dunc · 3 Comments
I’ve just barely seen enough Doctor Who to name all the major players here, but this is a well-made and often flat-out hilarious fanvid. (via)
March 10th, 2010 by Dunc · 1 Comment
This video makes me miss Kara Thrace (no, I will not watch 24) and also realize how much running there was in that show. Damn.
April 24th, 2009 by Dunc · 3 Comments
So because I really am in an uncommonly cranky mood this week. (Yes, more than usual!) I dug back into our archives for some classic video clips. These aren’t the award-winning Red 5 and Chad Vader stuff that everyone remembers, just some funny bits that maybe ran rampant on the internets a few years back and forgotten. A couple more beneath the cut. (more…)
February 26th, 2009 by Dunc · 2 Comments
The execution falls through a little (a bit too much faux lip-syncing) but the concept is pure awesome. I guarantee you’ll laugh at least once. (via)
Also, how come no one has filked this song yet? Chicago cries for Darksiders.
January 14th, 2009 by Dunc · 10 Comments
Amanda has never seen the Star Wars movies, but she describes them to her friend Joe anyway. I can’t stop laughing. (via)
Annnd interview. Bonnie blog like ninja!
June 7th, 2008 by Dunc · No Comments
This may just be the slashiest Star Trek fanvid since ‘Closer’. (Well, maybe not. Still, it’s pretty slashy.)
November 14th, 2006 by Dunc · Comments Off
Well, the ‘professional’ Coldplay vid got the attention of cool kid blog Sterogum, so I suppose it’s not too surprising that Gawker sib Idolator did a fanvid post. Star Wars is the only genre fandom featured – an uninspired but mildly amusing ‘Yoda’ vid.
To all the vids I’ve linked before…
October 20th, 2006 by Dunc · Comments Off
Lucasfilm has taken a stand against the removal of fan videos from Youtube in the recent past, but in the end the choice is really up to Youtube – or Google, who’s now holding the purse strings. Pressure from entertainment organizations could easily ruin the fun for everyone, even when the copyright holder doesn’t object. Or have an official deal in place with Youtube/Google… which may be unlikely for LFL, as they already have an existing deal with Atom Films. (Although… Who knows? I don’t know what LFL’s contracts say.)