Back in February Mark reminded you Firefly / Serenity supporters that a feature-length fan-doco was nearing completion ... and now it's finished! If you'd like to get your very own copy of Done the Impossible, which covers the period of history from pre-Firefly to post-Serenity, you can order the DVD at the movie's official site.

Ah, but what's this? Someting called a "free torrent" is available? The filmmakers DON'T MIND if you download their movie without paying for it? What kinda crazy, mixed-up 'verse are we living in here? Yep, provided you have the software required to download torrent streams, you can settle in and watch the 80-some minute Done the Impossible at no cost to you, the viewer. How nifty.

The Impossible filmmakers have several good reasons for allowing the free download, but they promise that the DVD version will have more extra goodies than the Firefly & Serenity DVDs combined, which sounds pretty impressive. Having just enjoyed the feature quite a bit, I'm definitely looking forward to flicking through the supplemental material. Needless to say, if you're someone who simply doesn't dig Joss Whedon's "cowboys in space" epic, then you needn't bother with any of this stuff. But if you're a diehard Browncoat who's looking for an affectionate and irreverent love letter to the fans from the fans, this passion-project comes highly recommended by yours truly.