Fan Film Corner: "TETHER"

Welcome Back to Fan Film Corner: Today’s film comes from the mastermind at Corridor Digital titled: “TETHER”

Lowdown: Enter the mysterious world of Tether; a post-apocalyptic setting where mankind is slowly rebuilding from a virus that decimated the world a century ago. Now, mysterious cables are dropping from the sky, revealing an isolated world long forgotten.

“TETHER” is a pilot/concept piece for a web series that Corridor Digital has been developing over the past few years. The future of the project is still uncertain, but the fan faithful are lucky enough to get a glimpse of the great work that Corridor Digital has done so far.

Review: Corridor Digital brings back their “TETHER” idea to the fold and I have to say it shows great potential with mystery, action, and Scifi. The chase scene is very interesting and the special effects are awesome as always by Corridor Digital. The biggest hook for the “pilot” is the mysterious alien that emerges from the tether and strolls around with a mini-gun…it is awesome!! I can’t wait to see if Corridor Digital has to unveil in the possible upcoming possible web series.

Overall: With just the right amounts of action,sci-fi, drama, suspense and special effects, Corridor Digital has created possibly one of their finest work yet. Above par performances all around which is expected in a fan film or fan series, superb special effects, and an interesting story with a splash of wanting more.

4 templar crosses out of 5
Deserves a Peek


Explanation of “TETHER” by Corridor Digital

Original “TETHER”


Story and concept created by Sam Gorski, David Lovett, Niko Pueringer
Directed and Shot by Sam and Niko
Produced by Jake Watson, David Lovett
Production crew – Joe Tarczon, Joe Moore
Art Design – Josh Newland
Horse trainer – Amanda Fagerlund
Spaceman Costume – Dave Weimert

Jim: Ron Menzel
Hayley: Rachel Weber
Lyle: Steven Luke Schuetzle

Barker: Sasha Adreev
Davis: Nick Hansen

Horseman: Jake Watson
Frail Woman: Larissa Gritti
Spaceman: Niko Pueringer
Earl: Joe Torczon
Father: Eli Coats
Daughter: Kathryn Doers
Son: Jasper Morgan

-Brian Lansangan
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Movie Review: Men In Black 3

Its been almost 15 years since the first Men in Black and now with the Summer Movie Season in FULL Swing, Will Smith and Director Barry Sonnefield brings us Men in Black 3.

Lowdown: Agent J travels in time to MIB’s early years in the 1960s, to stop an alien from assassinating his friend Agent K and changing history.

Review: I have to say that this installment in the MIB series is far better then the second one but not as good as the original. The third installment in the MIB franchise proves to be a very surprising hit. The entertainment value is very high, with a solid story and a fun cast featuring Emma Thompson and Alice Eve both playing Agent O respectfully. Will Smith is as good as ever and Josh Brolin‘s impersonation of a young 1969’s Tommy Lee Jones is so good and believable its worth the ticket alone. However, the unsung hero Griffin played by Michael Stuhlbarg steals every scene and adds new a whole new depth in the story.

Overall: Josh Brolin’s performance is the best reason to see the film. He alone deserves an award for his portrayal of a younger Tommy Lee Jones in the film and has a great on-screen chemistry with Will Smith. Josh Brolin STEALS the film. And finally this film, in my opinion, was wayy better than the second film, but the original will always be the best by far…..unless there’s a MIB 4 and we’ll just have to see.


3 templar crosses out of 5
Check it out, if you nothing else to watch in the theaters or a fan of the Series.


Our Friends: Mike’s Comics & Collectibles at MIB 3 Premier Night 

TEMPLAR NOTE: I’ll be viewing “Snow White & The Huntsman” in a few hours and will be posting a review for our next segment of  “On The Go” Movie Reviews asap, thanks again for your support and continue to show the love.

-Brian Lansangan