'Superman: Requiem' (Full Authorized Fan Film)

Official uncut theatrical version of Gene Fallaize’s ‘Superman: Requiem’ fan film, starring Martin Richardson, Stacy Sobieski, Paul Khanna, Serena Lorien, and Jack O’Halloran.


Superman is the world’s greatest super hero, and law enforcement across the globe has come to rely on him to deal with some of the major tasks that face society. When the Man of Steel loses some of his powers after an evil villain attacks him with Kryptonite though, he must overcome his obstacles and prove he really is a super man.

Superman: Requiem is a high-value fan-film that depicts the life of Superman several years after the events of Superman Returns, and takes into account the events of Superman (1978), Superman II (1980) and Superman Returns (2006), and focuses on an event by an evil villain who attempts to make Superman lose his powers.

The film was conceived in 2011 by producer Gene Fallaize who decided to he was going to make an independent Superman fan-film, and wrote the first draft of the script in less than a week. Fallaize brought Tony Cook on board to co-produce the project to allow him the freedom and time to direct the project.

The film was released globally online on 11.11.11 after a red carpet World Premiere in London’s Odeon Covent Garden.

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45 thoughts on “'Superman: Requiem' (Full Authorized Fan Film)

  1. Excuse me, but this motion picture is perhaps the best of Superman I've watched. This proves that special effects do not a great movie make. Lots of compassion and passion both on the good and evil sides. Wonderful. I found myself completing the film when i usually just move on. The actors were well chosen, no brawn, no pretty boy, just a man that had metaphysical powers. Also let me correct the bad acting comment another made. This acting was non pretentious, not bad at all. Compare the acting to pretentious actors, and you'll find that they all together embraced the very heart of who Superman is supposed to be. They pulled it off brilliantly. Just because one is not familiar with them does not disqualify them as bad actors. I wish I could write more about this well crafted original film, that I think brings Superman to even a higher degree of understanding. Thanks

  2. For almost no budget, it's hard to criticise it. Fair play to everyone involved. Lot of respect for the time and effort put in to it. Not my least favourite superman movie, which in itself, is pretty incredible considering the budget was less than a McDonald's commercial.

  3. on a scale of 1-10 I give it a 7.5 for its been a long time since ive saw a superman film I love it it turned out so well it inspires me to patrol as the hero I once was before the amazingly stern birdman I love being a hero ive gonna unlock my superpowers real soon using the power of binaural beats hypnosis meditation and youtube and my mp3 player

  4. Interesting, some good moments, some good acting, interesting premise, writing was better than I expected. But Oh my stars, the super pudgy super dopey super boring lead actor was the worst imaginable actor for the part ever. Like epically bad, horribly bad, embarrassingly bad, what were they thinking bad. Chops to the dweeb for trying, kudos to him for… for… O.K. I got nothing.

  5. Still better than Superman IV: The Quest For Shit. Why are the flying scenes in this better than IV? I can say that the guy who played Superman was not good…not good at all. If they had taken a little more time with a few things, it probably would have turned out o.k.

  6. thank you thank you sooooooooooooooo much for uploading this  here was trying to find it every were to watch this,
    so thank you again yay =) your the best !!

  7. I could be wrong, but the dialogue might just be on par with the original Superman Comics type dialogue ~~ just a thought.But it's worth it just to read the hilarious comments… I love it!!

  8. For a fan flick it's pretty good.  I liked it, maybe even because of the bad acting and really lousy audio track. The music is good, though. Consider that it's the work of individuals who really love the Superman ethos.  It shows a lot of effort.  There are a LOT of actors in this flick.  A lot of people willing to do this.  So give them credit.  It's not A level, but it works.

  9. Anyone who thinks this is the worst Superman film ever hasn't seen the Superman musical that ran on TV in '75…. ("It's a Bird, it's a Plane, it's Superman!", and last I looked you could still find it on YouTube).

    But seriously, yes as fan films go it went rather well! You can't compare fan films to big budget Hollywood productions.  Come to think of it I have seen some stuff out of Hollywood that barely scrapes by, and those are just ones that actually got released. There are pictures that got made that make 'Plan 9 From Outer Space' look like 'Citizen Kane'!

    It doesn't take great wit to trash a fan's labor of love.  So, me 'at's off!  I couldn't have done it.

  10. I think that this was an amazing film. If this was made back as one of the movies in the Trilogy with Christopher Reeve, I think it would have fit in perfectly. I loved Mr. White's actor, he was great for the part, his acting wasn't too amazing. Other than the acting which I do think is better than I would ever be able to do, This is my favorite Superman movie. Although I haven't seen any other Fan Films.

  11. Not bad for amateurs. BUT The actor that plays Superman is PHYSICALLY TO SKINNY! 4 the ROLE! Dam I'm suggesting a fat actor either. HES NOT IN SHAPE NO MUSCLES!

  12. cant understand the use of the kryptonite  on Supermans Blood Cells HE would not have BLOOD taken no NEEDLE could do this to him

  13. So they managed to put together enough cash to make a movie,but couldn't raise one cent for some acting classes for the cast? 

  14. So wait, the plot is that Superman STOLE the deeds to Lex Luthor's son's property and refuses to return them because he doesn't like what Alex Luthor wants to do with them?  How is Superman the good guy here?

  15. Guys… congratulations.  OK, it's no "Superman & the Secret Planet" (q.v.)… but you did a remarkable job.  Having made films since I was a teenager, and seeing what a phenomenal epic you have made, I'm in awe. Perfect? No, you didn't have $50 million dollars.  Big, cinematic, touching, well-paced, mellifluous, visually striking? Yes.  You did well. Keep at it.

  16. Horrible film. 

    Acting is medicore. The soundtrack isn't bad though. 

    Corny dialogue and scenes that just drag on and are incredibly boring.

    Lex Luthor is a pansy here. Comic Luthor is a brilliant man that is on the level of Doctor Doom. 

  17. I love the effort, but right off the bat, if you're going to play Superman. Hit the gym. I'm not trying to be mean, however the suit has never been known to be very flattering to the wearer. Hindsight 20/20, I think you know that too. 

  18. Why is superman so incredibly white like a fluorescent light. Thought he was a Solar Battery, he looks like he gets ability/ powers from the moon lol.

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