Sacha Feiner is a fan of the '80s Gremlins movies. Boy is he. Off his own back, for no profit, he has produced a new insert sequence for the "film break" scene in Gremlins 2. To recall, in this Gremlins sequel there comes a point where the film appears to break while audiences are watching it in the theatre and the gremlins invade the projection booth. They did an alternate sequence for the video release, not that I can remember it, but for the dvd release they went back to the theatrical scene. In his home, Feiner has produced a segment suited to the digital editions where the gremlins invade other flicks. It's fun and impressive and worth checking out.
Feiner must have suspected he'd get enthusaistic web attention for this project as he has followed it up with his own Making of and I found that pretty cool too if you are interested in how to produce such neat effects on little or no money.
I'll be most interested in what Feiner does in the future. And I bet that if his little film gets more and more attention don't be surprised you hear of a new Gremlins film in the works.
Thanks to Rob Hood and his excelllent monster/zombie movie news/critique blog Undead Backbrain for drawing my attention to Sacha Feiner's geek-cool work.