Lois and Clark get assigned to the Press Corps in France near the end of WWII, in March of 1945. Lois and her photographer, Private Donald Callahan, get kidnapped by Nazi Super Soldiers and...
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Long before being fatally wounded and transferring his soul into the body of a Good Guy doll, Charles Lee Ray aka Chucky (Kevin Caliber) was better known as the Lakeshore Strangler; a ... See full summary »
Chris R. Notarile
Lois and Clark get assigned to the Press Corps in France near the end of WWII, in March of 1945. Lois and her photographer, Private Donald Callahan, get kidnapped by Nazi Super Soldiers and taken as hostages to Berlin. To rescue them, Superman must stand up to Hitler's Super Soldiers. They are more formidable than any foes he has faced previously. Opposing philosophies of what the "superman" is are explored. This film is Superman at his roots. The Director puts his Grandfather, who really was a WWII photographer, in the Jimmy Olson role. Supermen: World War is a feature-length Fan Film and a passion project!
I would rather swallow kryptonite than have to watch this movie again.
This is the saddest fan fiction that I have ever watched.
It does make for a great drinking game, though, every time you see a dirty camera lens, hear awful sound editing, or are utterly confused and/or disappointed, drink. You might black out in the first ten minutes, but at least you won't remember the rest of this film.
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