We’re sure many people out there that read this site are going “what does this have to do with Amusement Films?”-and to be honest, we’re right there with you. In between our no-budget productions, we’re trying to clear out our toy warehouse. We’ve let it build up over the years and now it’s time to move it out! So we’ve been doing eBay auctions of stuff we collected over the years (then it will be back to no-budget productions!!).
So for the month of May we’ll be having 3 auctions-you can see them here! The 1st auction will be Sunday May 5th after 8pm (EST). So check back each week (if you like toys that is). Here’s a preview of what we are offering:
There are some great figures up for auction on eBay this week! See it here!
Yes, we’re back! We will be auctioning off these great toys over the next two weeks! Find them HERE!
We’ve got some fun stuff for this week! You know we really LOVE the 80s!!
See them here!
Here are some of the items up for bid over the next two weeks. See them here!
We’ve been trying to remaster the original El Frenetico & Go-Girl! The original webseries (done before there was a web)!
Let us know what you think! Maybe we’ll do the other episodes!!
I know this page started as the Amusement Films webpage. And we had a web series (two years old now)-so that was most of the updates. Now, we’re getting rid of our toys so this site is now our auction promo site (sorry film fans). But if AF does another production (and/or promotion) we’ll update here (honest). Okay, with that said here is our NEW auction for the next two weeks on eBay! You can see the listing HERE! 80s toys…that’s us!! Thanks for looking!
I know this is supposed to be for our Amusement Films productions, but we’ve been off for awhile…in the meantime we’re selling off our toys. Yep! Another auction! You can see it here! THANKS!!
Yes! More toys to get rid of (our loss is your gain). See the new listing here! These items will be up for bid in the next two weeks! THANKS!!
We’re taking a break from toys (don’t worry, we’ll be back in 2019!). Thought we’d end the year with another Soultangler review. Only issue I would say was that Seth (reviewer from Celluloid Terror) said was to “prove it wasn’t shot on 16mm”-and I would say that in the 80s you could tell the difference between film and video. Now you can export any video and make it look like film (24frames) but..back in the day it was really easy to see! Either way, this is great (& fair and fun) review (thanks Seth!!). Be sure to check out his other video reviews here!