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    Posted on 02-01-2016 04:57 PM  Number of Views: 119 
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    harrybowls has released his first fanedit: 'Prometheus: Paradise Edition'.

    This fanedit has a completely new opening, and deleted scenes have been re-intergrated from the 4-disc Blu-ray set. All new material has been color corrected, scored, and VFX added to the deleted scenes that were originally not finished in post-production.

    harrybowls:
    "I really liked Prometheus, but had a lot of issues. I really did not like the opening of the film, I felt showing the Engineers right from the start was not a great choice, it is an awesome looking shot, but I felt it killed all of the suspense of what why the crew is travelling to the planet, and what they are looking for. They should've been revealed at the same time that the crew first sees them.

    Also showing Shaw and Halloway finding the map in the caves I felt was also unnecessary, because they talk about it again during their mission briefing, it took too long to get the film going, and introduce the crew of the Prometheus.

    I also thought a handful of the deleted scenes (not all of them) from the Blu-ray were actually great scenes of character development and more tense, and some of them explain some of the character motivations later on in the movie. My goal in doing this was to try and make a version of Prometheus that was more cohesive, and had more surprises than the original theatrical version."

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    Posted on 02-01-2016 04:52 PM  Number of Views: 41 
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    DrFontane has released his first fanedit: 'The Hobbit (Ironfoot Edition) - Part I'.

    The 'Extended Editions' of the first two Hobbit movies, combined into one streamlined fanedit, forming Part 1 of the "Ironfoot Edition".

    DrFontane:
    "My attempt has been to cut down The Hobbit films from three to two films with an eye to good solid storytelling. I believe these films to be valuable gems suffering from bloated and boring scenes that bring down the entire narrative. Ive cut only what I found unnecessary, unsatisfactory or needed to for coherence. My source material were the Extended Editions (with 5.1 surround sound to isolate dialogue or sound effects wherever needed) and the Official OST. I have some experience with editing and Ive done my best to make my edits seem as flawless as possible and I hope I will have succeeded in making it impossible to tell what Ive changed without knowing the source material."

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    Posted on 02-01-2016 04:47 PM  Number of Views: 53 
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    Avid 4D has released a new fanedit: 'Justice League Origins'.

    This movie is a true DC FanMix of Man Of Steel, Batman Begins, Gotham, Green Lantern, Arrow, and The Flash.

    Avid 4D:
    "I like the origin stories in the recent range of DC movies, and have wanted to bring them all together for some time. My ideas were put into motion mid 2013 with the announcement of the upcoming Batman vs Superman: Dawn Of Justice movie. After a few months of planning and 18 months of editing, Justice League Origins is finally finished, just in time for BvS."

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    Posted on 01-25-2016 02:20 PM  Number of Views: 94 
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    ThrowgnCpr has released a new fanedit: 'The X-Files (ThrowgnCpr Edit): I Want To Believe'.

    A Fanfix of the 2008 X-Files movie blending the "Theatrical" and "Director's" cuts and also re-grading the film.

    ThrowgnCpr:
    "The intention was to create a compromise between the theatrical and director's cuts, trim out silly moments (cough,xzibit,cough), and color correct to remove the heavy teal grading"


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    Posted on 01-25-2016 02:13 PM  Number of Views: 88 
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    thecuddlyninja has released a new fanedit: 'Turing Test'.

    A fanedit of 'Ex-Machina' with no God and more dancing!

    thecuddlyninja:
    "I loved the film and found it almost perfect for me but I was bothered by all of the overt religious talk and the last couple minutes of the film. I found the conversations shoehorned so I set out to remove them to make the characters more realistic, in my opinion. For the ending, I felt that the film should have concluded a couple minutes earlier, with a different character."


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    Posted on 01-18-2016 03:31 PM  Number of Views: 114 
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    smudger9 has released a new fanedit: 'Clone Wars - Episode III: Children of the Force'.


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

    smudger9:
    "Carrying on from Episode II, the Separatists have taken control of the Outer Rim and launched an attack on the Planet Ryloth. With jedi master Di trapped on the surface, Anakin Skywalker leads an assault to break the blockade and free Ryloth.
    With the Jedi distracted the evil lord of the Sith plans a strike on the Jedi Temple, which could spell the end of the jedi order."


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    Posted on 01-18-2016 03:26 PM  Number of Views: 114 
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    JetSetWilly has released a new fanedit: 'Lethal Weapon: The Ragged Edge Extended Cut'.

    This edition Lethal Weapon adds nearly all the footage from the director's cut, plus additional deleted scenes, including the originally intended ending, and Riggs' bar room fight.

    JetSetWilly:
    "There has only been two versions of lethal weapon: the original cinema version and the directors cut on dvd. With the blu ray release came more deleted scenes, some which were usable, and some which weren't. So I thought why both make a longer extended cut? And I did. So here it is."

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