Disclaimer: This film is NON-PROFIT and is made by fans for fans. The fan film and music created for this project are a tribute to DREDD and 2000 AD and are not for sale. This film is released under the provisions of fair use, specifically categorized as a 'Study & Research' project aiming to explore the production of a homage. Content Warning: This fan film contains strong language and scenes of explicit violence and gore, drug abuse, and addiction. It also contains flashing lights, which may not be suitable for photosensitive epilepsy.

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The movie is quite brutal and full of action, but it is not shallow. At the beginning, in the intro, there is a street shot where graffiti with the statement "LOOK CLOSER" invites us not to be blinded by all the raw violence. It's about a totalitarian police state where the police, the so-called judges, have the authority to execute and enforce the law on the spot, without the need to justify their actions to a higher authority. But these judges are just as human as the citizens and criminals of Mega-City One. There is greed, corruption, hate, envy, anger, and wrath. These Judges are the personified hubris of a dystopian future. The sentence 'Let there be light,' spoken by a Judge, reinforces the god-like status of the Judges. Additionally, the knowledge of their power is made clear once again when they knock, and the question 'Who is there?' is answered with the statement: 'The LAW!'.

But this film is also about fear. The supposedly brutal alpha animal Judge Baker hesitates in decisive moments and takes an unknown drug that pushes him and also takes away his fear for the following steps in the movie. Likewise, the judges' drug is the exact opposite of the drug used by the supposed criminals. The world is not made more beautiful by them but even harder and more brutal - as if this were necessary to survive this harsh future and everyday life as a judge. There are no happy endings in this future. Life in Mega-City One is merciless.


This website is fan-made by Felix Christian Berner, also known as Judge Burner. He is a German designer, digital artist, photographer, filmmaker, and collector. The website is dedicated to the movie DREDD 3D.

Dredd is a 2012 science fiction action film directed by Pete Travis and written and produced by Alex Garland. It is based on the 2000 AD comic strip Judge Dredd and its titular character, created by John Wagner and Carlos Ezquerra. Karl Urban stars as Judge Dredd, a law enforcer bestowed with the power of judge, jury, and executioner in a vast, dystopic metropolis called Mega-City One, situated in a post-apocalyptic wasteland. Dredd and his apprentice partner, Judge Anderson (Olivia Thirlby), are compelled to restore order in a 200-storey high-rise block of flats and confront its resident drug lord, Ma-Ma (Lena Headey).

Copyright holder? The entire project, including the film and the contents of this site, is 100% NON-PROFIT and is created by fans, for fans. The fan film and music produced for this project celebrate DREDD and 2000 AD. This tribute is not available for sale. You can stream/watch it for free on our website, YouTube, or Vimeo.


    This film is a labor of love, created by fans, for fans. The entire project is financed and produced by Felix Berner. Every single expense is covered by Felix himself, using his own personal funds, to bring this fan film to life and fulfill a dream. This film is absolutely 100% non-profit and is not available for sale. This project relies solely on your support and applause. You can help by spreading the word. Share this page far and wide across the internet. If you have a blog, Facebook, or Instagram, write about us, link to our content, and share our work. This film will be released under "fair use" terms. The entire project is a tribute to DREDD, paying homage to the dark and dystopian future of MEGA-CITY ONE. We aim to study and explore the visual effects of this film to capture the essence of DREDD.


    The action unfolds in Mega-City One, focusing on three judges, corruption, greed, and the influence of drug money. The story is raw and unrelenting, with a primary emphasis on costumes, the creation of a dystopian atmosphere, and stunning visual effects, particularly in extended slow-motion sequences. We are dedicating special attention to depicting the slo-mo drug effects. The film will blend elements of western movies (high noon shootouts) with futuristic settings. We will shoot the film in 4K at 120 FPS and utilize a mix of green screen techniques and real environments.


    Felix Berner is a German filmmaker specializing in producing FAN FILMS and is an avid DREDD enthusiast. He is captivated by dystopian sci-fi films set in a bleak, dark, and gritty future, teeming with crime, brutality, and mercilessness. It's a passion for him. Depicting these harsh, dangerous, and brutal futuristic worlds without embellishment or softness is always a pleasure for a filmmaker enchanted by tech and future noir movies. This film will explore repressed pain, anger, and aggression, presenting a narrative that is brutal, unfiltered, and intense. The project will showcase a very pure form of (visual) violence. There will be no frills, no grace, no softness, and no gentleness in this film, far from a false idyll. It will be dark and unapologetically brutal.

People go in one end,
and meat comes out the other.
All we do is turn the handle!

For this project, our aim was to stay as faithful as possible to the original source material. As a result, we made the decision to incorporate authentic props from the DREDD movie into our fan film, including two complete control officer costumes, screen-used belts, and Kay's (Wood Harris) flashback shirt. We have collaborated closely with several prop makers within the DREDD fan community, and we're proud to affirm that every element featured in our fan film is 100% screen-accurate. We meticulously attend to every detail, right down to possessing the genuine DREDD Boeker Knife and an assortment of stunt knife replicas. Additionally, when it comes to visual effects and CGI, we take great care to replicate the same aesthetic as seen in the original movie.

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