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    Posted on 05-25-2015 03:55 PM  Number of Views: 98 

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    maniac51 has released his first fanedit: 'Battle'.

    An almost non-stop gasoline-fueled 47-minute chase, based on Steven Spielberg's first movie 'Duel'.

    maniac51:
    "The original is a masterpiece, but I like to cut movies into a rollercoaster, trying to bring the suspense and action to the top.

    That means no bullsh*t like too much talking and long scenes just to make the film longer. Fast editing with the whole story in it. That's my point."


    Enter the forum discussion.


    Posted on 05-25-2015 03:50 PM  Number of Views: 99 
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    Kal-El has released his first fanedit: 'Man Of Tomorrow'.

    'Man Of Tomorrow' is a fanedit designed to give 'Superman Returns' the adoration it actually already deserves.

    Kal-El:
    "When Superman returns from his deleted dangerous trip to the remains of Krypton, he is greeted by a disrespectful and downright mean and annoying Lois Lane, a biological son that couldn't possibly be his own, and an arch nemesis that strives to be the new Joker rather than the best Luthor he can be. But a Joker that is nevertheless still obsessed with real estate... This edit aims to remove all of the above while also keeping the dialog in between the bountiful action scenes tight to preserve the narrative and yet give the viewer the action they wanted (but already had but failed to see)."

    Enter the forum discussion.


    Posted on 05-25-2015 03:44 PM  Number of Views: 95 
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    JetSetWilly has released a new fanedit: 'Balboa'.

    This is the first two Rocky movies edited into one streamlined whole.


    JetSetWilly:
    "By mixing both the first two Rocky movies together, and eliminating footage not needed, the combined run time of 4 hours is whittled down to 2 hours and 10 minutes, making for a streamlined movie, charting Rocky's rise from underdog, to champ."


    Enter the forum discussion.




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    Posted on 05-25-2015 03:37 PM  Number of Views: 14 
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    Ken Poirier just released a new preservation: Sesame Street: Don't Eat The Pictures

    The 1983 Sesame Street 'Metropolitan Museum of Art' special VHS preserved in a groovy 16:9 TV set for modern DVD viewing.

    Ken Poirier:
    "This was mine and my brother's favorite video to watch as kids. Our copy was actually taped off of the TV and has been long gone for a while. The only digital copy I knew of was a very crunchy 240p youtube version broken up into 8 minute segments. I wanted to make a DVD version for my brother for xmas. I got a VHS from goodwill through amazon.

    I matted the video (instead of rescaling) so it is as if you are watching it on my old TV I had as a kid as a way to persevere the 4:3 format without black bars. DVD features simple kid friendly menus made from the extra scene after the end credits.

    This is my first preservation project, and I hope you all like it."

    Follow the Forum Discussion.


    Posted on 05-18-2015 05:28 PM  Number of Views: 169 
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    overclock has released his first fanedit: 'Episode V: The Overclock Edition'.

    A 32 minute music-only edit of The Empire Strikes Back. The story is the same but from a more vader-centric perspective. Many details and all dialogue have been removed. The original music score was arranged for thrash metal trio 'The Overclock Orchestra' and then recorded for this "music video".

    Overclock's original thrash metal soundtrack for this edit is available to purchase from Bandcamp here.

    overclock:
    "I Always loved the John Williams music and wanted to record it with heavy guitars and drums. Also wanted to learn more about editing video. We recorded all the music and I included about a minute of studio b-roll during the credits."

    Enter the forum discussion.





    Posted on 05-18-2015 05:19 PM  Number of Views: 162 
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    mredthefed has released his first fanedit: 'Heavy Star Wars: Episode I'.

    This is 'The Phantom Menace' with the music replaced with the likes of ZZ Top, Cream, Beck and Talking Heads. Think 1981 cult animated classic 'Heavy Metal'.


    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, and I am now going back to hopefully create "Heavy" versions of all the movies."


    Enter the forum discussion.



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    Posted on 05-10-2015 02:06 AM  Number of Views: 188 
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    StreetsAhead has released his first fanedit: 'Man of Steel: The Speeding Bullet Cut'.

    'The Speeding Bullet Cut' streamlines 'Man of Steel', removing a lot of the flashbacks, and excludes 99% of the initial scenes on Krypton, while also minimising some of the destruction shown in the original.

    StreetsAhead:
    "I found the opening on Krypton really didn't offer anything interesting, and just helped to bog down the film. It's very long, and is largely just a series of exposition dumps. I also hoped to increase the pace, minimising the stuff that just wasn't interesting, or didn't make sense to me, as well as not giving too much time to scenes that most people already know about (Superman's origin, etc), and hoped that focusing in on the present day story would make for a more interesting & focused film."

    Enter the forum discussion.



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