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Fan Film Friday: Everything Wrong With "The Nightmare Before Christmas"

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Now that it's the day after Christmas--and I hope yours was happy--here's a run-down of all the things wrong with that classic animated Halloween/Christmas mash-up from the warped mind of Tim Burton.



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Fan Film Friday: Kim Possible--A Very Possible Christmas

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Tis the season for Christmas specials, and here at Republibot, we too can get into the spirit of the holidays.  While an episode of a TV show isn't really a "fan film," there are enough references to classic holiday cartoons of yore childhood to qualify as a "fan film."



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Fan Film Friday: Airlords of Airia

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Here's a super little steampunk film from Germany that has some really outstanding CGI, as well as being just beautiful to look at.  Before you start thinking there's something wrong with the lipsynching, yes, it's dubbed into English both to reach as many viewers as possible, and because the original German dialog's sound quality was too poor (according to the production notes.)



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FAN FILM FRIDAY: The Monster Mash, with the Groovie Goolies

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Okay, I'm a weenie...I confess...I was trying to find a fan film of the classic "Halloween" movie to post for today, but just looking at the thumbnails was creeping me out.  So I went with something safe and fun.  No less weird, but at least I can get to sleep at night...



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Fan Film Friday: Batman and Joker are Friends: Down the Hill

"Batman's rich history allows him to be interpreted in a multitude of ways. To be sure, this is a lighter incarnation, but it's certainly no less valid and true to the character's roots than the tortured avenger crying out for mommy and daddy. AND BESIDES, THOSE EASTER BUNNIES LOOK REALLY SCARY, RIGHT?!"-- Bat-Mite (Batman: The Brave and the Bold)

With that in mind, and with profound apologies to a shaper of my childhood, Arnold Lobel, we present "Batman and Joker are Friends" by Harry Bauer

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