1. ego trip Movie Night:
    The Amazing Spider-Man: The Green Goblin's Last Stand (1992).

    Spider-Man

    This is not the blockbuster but the amazing fan-made, no-budget, cult classic joint by actor-stuntman-director-badass Dan Poole. Legend has it that in the early '90s, James Cameron was supposed to be the one to bring Spider-Man to the big screen. In an effort to get the attention of the Hollywood big-shot, Poole (who had already made two previous Spidey flicks on his own) set out to make this 45-minute adventure with less than $500. He based his movie on "The Night Gwen Stacy Died" from the original The Amazing Spider-Man comic book series, in which Peter Parker goes up against Norman Osborn aka The Green Goblin. The results are pretty fuckin' incredible...that is if you can appreciate home-made movies made with geeky devotion and full of death-defying action (Poole worked without safety nets or proper gear while swinging from buildings and riding on top of a moving car), cornball-but-fun dialog, over-the-top-acting, and non-stop (cheap) thrills.


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    The Amazing Spider-Man: The Green Goblin's Last Stand (1992). Part 1.


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    The Amazing Spider-Man: The Green Goblin's Last Stand (1992). Part 2.


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    The Amazing Spider-Man: The Green Goblin's Last Stand (1992). Part 3.


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    The Amazing Spider-Man: The Green Goblin's Last Stand (1992). Part 4.


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    • http://www.thephotoneffect.com Dan Poole

      If only I could do it again with all available to me now....

    • egotrip

      Wow, is this really Dan Poole? Just wanted to give you major props for making "The Green Goblin's Last Stand." Yeah, with the technology available today you probably could've done so many more different things, but what you accomplished at the time with no budget is a true testament to your creative and physical talents. Your movie is awesome as is. Respect.