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    Posted on 07-27-2015 01:25 PM  Number of Views: 84 
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    Masirimso17 has released his first full-length fanedit: 'The Amazing Spider-Man 2: Finale Extended Edition'.

    This 'The Amazing Spider-Man 2' edit adds most of the deleted scenes, plus fixes a plothole in the movie.

    Masirimso17:
    "I love the Amazing Spider-Man 2 but there are a lot of parts where it is very confusing due to the fact that Sony messed with Marc Webb’s vision too much and deleted a lot of scenes. To fix this, I made this Extended Edition."

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    Posted on 07-27-2015 01:19 PM  Number of Views: 35 
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    thecuddlyninja has released a new fanedit: 'The Man With Fire On His Face'.

    This is "Insidious" trimmed down to a taut 71 minutes and completely rescored using Disasterpeace's phenomenal score from "It Follows."

    thecuddlyninja:
    "I wanted to reduce some of the repetitive scares in the first act to get to the Man with Fire on His Face and the Further faster. I also wanted to rescore the film using the score from "It Follows" as it is brilliant and they work very well together."

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    Posted on 07-27-2015 01:13 PM  Number of Views: 26 
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    Ken Poirier has released a new Extended Edition: 'Seeing Red (Extended Edition)'.


    The Extended Edition includes an additional 55 minutes to Ken Poirier's original Theatrical Cut from the Smallville episodes Pilot, Tempest and Vortex. Also included is the experimental cut known as the Super Sharknado Edition (55 minutes)


    Ken Poirier:
    "In my latest release of Seeing Red, I went back and re-trimmed an earlier cut of the movie that was more inclusive of the events in season one of Smallville. This edit is designed to give more fan service to the fans, including keeping the original color scheme from the show. There is more time on screen for Chole, Lex, and Lana. Additionally we learn more about Jor El and Clark’s relationship with Lex."


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    Posted on 07-19-2015 08:10 PM  Number of Views: 102 
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    smudger9 has released a new fanedit: 'Clone Wars - Episode II: A New Threat'.


    The second episode of smudger9' Clone Wars Movie Series. Seven episodes of the TV series are presented in the classical Star Wars movie structure.

    smudger9:
    "The Clone Wars movie and TV series was a great addition to Star Wars canon. However, it had a lot of filler, was often very child-orientated and had villains that were less than threatening. I wanted to create a movie series that stuck to the Star Wars movie structure while also stripping out the filler, removing the childish elements and creating threatening villains."


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    Posted on 07-19-2015 12:16 PM  Number of Views: 96 
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    Beezo has released a new fanedit: 'Blade Runner: Danse Macabre'.

    'Blade Runner' with 95% of the score replaced with classical music and scenes rearranged and trimmed.

    Beezo:
    "After watching (and reviewing) the fanedit Tears in the Rain, I couldn't help but think there was a way to unlock an interesting movie from Blade Runner that wasn't boring. I was pleased to discover that all of my film enthusiast friends found the original (and the subsequent releases) just as dull as I did, after telling them of my ambition. This was my attempt to salvage this "masterpiece" for me and other like-minded movie-goers."

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    Posted on 07-12-2015 12:27 PM  Number of Views: 80 
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    mredthefed has released a new fanedit: 'Heavy Star Wars: Episode II'.

    Episode II with a rocking soundtrack! Heavy Star Wars takes the existing action and adventure, trimming away unnecessary story/action/bad acting, and replaces the soundtrack with Rock music!

    mredthefed:
    "My intention was to make a Star Wars movie a bit more easier to watch, especially if you are not a fan. I started with Episode III on a whim, finished Episode I, and this completes the trilogy! The inspiration for my approach was the movie Heavy Metal, and also my background in editing music videos helped with creating a hopefully visually interesting narrative. I also changed the color to match the look of the original Star Wars movies and added a bit more contrast to give it a more "comic book" or animated feel."


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    Posted on 07-05-2015 03:54 AM  Number of Views: 111 
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    Zarius has released his first full-length fanedit: 'Sherlock: The Little That Remains and The Adventure of CAM, a TV-to-Movie edit by Zarius'.

    A condensed two-episode TV-to-movie Sherlock "double feature" incorporating deleted and bonus scenes.

    Zarius:
    "This aims to leave the viewer with a sense of ambigiouty over Sherlock's survival, as well as a more swift and immediate response to Mary Watson's predicament rather than go through some playful baiting tactics. In addition to that, footage from a mini-sode and a deleted scene have been inserted into the edits to give the viewing experiance something fresh. Also included is an all new alternative ending

    The intention was to cut away all the filler and create something that could tell the same stories in less time, as well as provide Sherlock with something he'll never be allowed to have... a bit of a Disney ending."

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