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    Posted on 04-20-2015 09:42 AM  Number of Views: 202 
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    DSM2337 has released his first fanedit: 'Man Of Steel: The Tempered Cut'.

    This edit does its best to drag the story back to Kal-El, a discovery, a threat, a solution. It includes less of the father figures, no genetic Kryptonians or 'first natural births', less Christ allegory, and a trim to some of the more excessive action beats.

    DSM2337:
    "Man Of Steel was a film of promise. The visuals of Snyder with the story telling prowess of Goyer/Nolan seemed like a slam dunk, but somewhere along the way the ball got dropped. Hopefully this edit cleans up the narrative, strengthens the performances of all the actors, and makes the ride more fun for the audience."

    Enter the forum discussion.


    Posted on 04-20-2015 09:41 AM  Number of Views: 206 
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    Spence has released a new Fanedit 'The Hobbit: The Spence Edit'.

    This is a 3 film in 1 edit running at 3 hours 25 minutes. This is not intended as a "book cut" but instead tries to imagine what Peter Jackson and Co. might have made if they had decided to do the story as one film.

    Spence:
    "My goal is not to make the film more like Lord of the Rings in tone, but in spirit. The gag-filled action scenes that Peter Jackson has become fond of are minimized, except when appropriate. It feels more epic. The pacing is quicker. It feels more in line with those films, while also becoming even more different from them. It was an experiment in seeing just how much could be removed from this story while still making it work."

    Enter the forum discussion.

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    Posted on 04-20-2015 09:40 AM  Number of Views: 119 
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    samspider3 has released a new Fanedit 'The Sensational Spider-Man'.

    This Fandit combines Marc Webb's duology to show you the ultimate Spider-Man stand alone origin story. Taking just the necessary footage from the second movie, and making the necessary cuts, to give this Spider-Man story, not only a perfect closure, but to modify it in a way that it approximates the spirit and characters from the comics.

    samspider3:
    "This project began as a draft last year, when I made 'The Organic Eggs Edition' and saw The Amazing Spider-Man 2. Now that the Amazing Spider-Man "saga" has been cancelled, I thought of making the first Amazing Spider-Man a stand alone movie, instead of needing a sequel. For this, I wanted to stick to the comic source as much as possible."

    Enter the forum discussion.

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    Posted on 04-20-2015 09:39 AM  Number of Views: 91 
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    TM2YC just released a new preservation fanedit: Kill Bill Vol.1: The Uncut Japanese Version

    This is the uncensored Japanese SD-DVD cut of 'Kill Bill Vol.1', reconstructed using the censored HD-Blu-Ray cut as the basis.

    TM2YC:
    "I was unsatisfied that my preferred cut of Kill Bill, that I've been happily watching on DVD for a decade, has still not recieved an HD upgrade. So I decided to make the next best thing, using every frame of HD that I could.

    All unique frames, shots and scenes have been sourced from the DVD, so are still in SD. I have therefore presented this at 720p, rather than full 1080p so the difference is not so obvious. I've also added the subtitles for the non-English dialogue scenes in the distinctive same yellow-on-black style as other Tarantino movies."

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    Posted on 04-13-2015 10:44 PM  Number of Views: 185 
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    smudger9 has released his first fanedit: 'The Clone Wars - Episode I: Army Of The Republic'.

    This is the first part in an ongoing series of TV-to-Movie edits of the Star Wars 'Clone Wars' animated show. The original movie and six episodes of the TV series are presented with the classic Star Wars movie structure, providing the first part of a progressive bridge between Attack of the Clones and Revenge of the Sith.

    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."

    Enter the forum discussion.





    Posted on 04-13-2015 06:02 PM  Number of Views: 209 
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    mredthefed has released his first fanedit: 'Heavy Star Wars: Episode III'.

    This is 'Revenge of the Sith' with the music replaced with the likes of Jimi Hendrix, The White Stripes, Marvin Gaye and AC/DC. Think 1981 cult animated classic 'Heavy Metal'.


    mredthefed:
    "I was watching Star Wars Episode III with the volume off, as I had some friends over after a long night, and they were passed out, but I really wanted to watch Star Wars Episode III! As soon as the movie started and the battle in the beginning unfolded, I was thought to myself, what would this sound like with a new different soundtrack? I experimented with various songs until I finally decided to use the movie Heavy Metal as the inspiration for the music."


    Enter the forum discussion.





    Posted on 04-13-2015 05:54 PM  Number of Views: 105 
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    JDubyew has released his first fanedit: 'Apocalypse Now: The Re-Redux'.

    An alternative version of the extended Redux cut of 'Apocalypse Now', cutting the French plantation sequence whilst maintaining all the other additional scenes.

    JDubyew:
    "Apocalypse Now is a masterpiece and I've seen both the theatrical cut and the Redux cut a few times now, and my opinion on the Redux cut is positive. There's some great, subtle new material included that really fits perfectly with the rest of the film, but I'm not a huge fan of the infamous French plantation sequence. That sequence is now removed, whilst all the other additions are kept in place."

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