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    What are FanEdits, and why make them? FanEdits are an artform where someone takes a video source/sources and rearranges them with video editing software to create either a modified, or even radically new version of a movie.

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    Posted on 02-23-2015 02:52 PM  Number of Views: 140 
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    Billy Batson released is first fanedit: Dracula: Restored
    After viewing an initial cut of director Tod Browning's Dracula in late 1930, Universal Pictures president Carl Laemmle, Sr complained that the film gave him the "Heebie-jeebies" and ordered that it be re-edited. Several minutes of film were cut and a number of scenes were rearranged, resulting in numerous continuity errors and giving the third act a glacial pace. Although the missing footage remains lost, this edit restores the continuity established in the original shooting script (and Melford's simultaneously shot Spanish-language version of Dracula) eliminating most of the continuity errors and quickening the film's pace in the third act.

    Billy Batson:
    "Two versions of my fanedit are available on the DVD. One using film elements taken solely from the release version of Browning's film (the "purist" edition), and a second incorporating additional cut scenes and alternate footage taken from the Spanish-language version of the film directed by George Melford and shot on Browning's sets at night."


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    Posted on 02-23-2015 02:49 PM  Number of Views: 96 
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    TM2YC released a new fanedit [URL="http://www.fanedit.org/ifdb/component/content/article/84-fanedit-listings/tv-to-movie/1133-darkplace-tales-from-the-hellmouth"]
    This is a TV to movie fanedit of the hilarious spoof 80s Horror/Sci-Fi/Action TV show 'Garth Marengi's Darkplace' without any of the mock interviews which make up a quarter, to a third, of the runtime.

    TM2YC:
    "I've presented the 6 episodes as if it was a lost 16mm film version of 'Darkplace'. Maybe Producer Dean Learner cut the TV episodes into a movie to show in one of his "Gentleman's Cinemas", in an effort to squeeze a few more quid out his investment. To further this fun idea, I've added a cinema style introduction as if it was a low-rent 1980s British cinema release. Plus there are trailers, previews, adverts, an intermission and I've even created a little tribute to a certain infamous Peter Cushing Horror movie, which I call "The Darkplace Break"."



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    Posted on 02-16-2015 03:27 PM  Number of Views: 154 
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    Mikedrew87 released a new fanedit Frozen Death
    This is fanedit of Cold Prey and Cold Prey 2 in one 115 minutes thrill ride feature.

    Mikedrew87:
    "I liked the movies Cold Prey 1 & 2, and the fact that they follow each other in story is brilliant. So I thought "Hey", how about making them into one full feature film."


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    Posted on 02-16-2015 03:24 PM  Number of Views: 226 
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    Father Merrin released a new fanedit The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey - The Editor's Edition
    If you're looking for the Orcs, Radagast, the love story and the council to be removed, this isnt the edit for you. But if you're looking for a toned down version of the films, this is the edit for you.

    Father Merrin:
    At first I wanted to bring it back to the original structure Guillermo Del Toro had planned, but I felt ending with Bard was something of an anti-climax for a 2h30m movie. So I've used Gandalf's Dol Guldur scene to give the film a more explosive ending.


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    Posted on 02-16-2015 03:13 PM  Number of Views: 123 
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    LastSurvivor released a new fanedit Friday the 13th Part V: Jason's Legacy
    'Jason's Legacy' is an attempt to streamline a movie which suffers from characters who are introduced solely to be killed off straight away. The idea is to refocus the killings on the inmates of Pinehurst as much as possible. Heavy colour correction also attempts to paint the film in the same light as Joseph Zito's excellent preceding chapter, 'The Final Chapter'.

    LastSurvivor:
    "I'm a huge Friday the 13th fan, but I've always had problems with Part V so I wanted to try and refocus the film and bring it more in line with how 'The Final Chapter' felt."

    Watch the entire fanedit on vimeo at the "video" section of this fanedit's IFDB page.

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    Posted on 02-11-2015 01:12 PM  Number of Views: 129 
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    This Friday is the 13th and Last Survivor thinks it's the moment to offer his new fanedit: "Friday the 13th Part V jason's Legacy".
    It be available at vimeo just in time.
    This will be a "more focused on the main characters" type of fanedit.


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    Posted on 02-10-2015 11:02 AM  Number of Views: 565 
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    One of the fanedit communities own has been hired by UltraFlix to help with their 4K conversions. Harmy, famous for his Star Wars Despecialized Edition, confirmed the news over at OriginalTrilogy.com.

    From TechHive: "According to UltraFlix executives, celluloid film contains enough information to reconstruct an 8K copy. Harmy will be asked to help restore, reconstruct, and enhance these older films into something that looks fresh and clean for the digital age."

    You can read more at TechHive and at OriginalTrilogy.

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